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Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, by Dr. Stephen Ward, 1961 Featured Buckingham Palace Print

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, by Dr. Stephen Ward, 1961

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, as drawn from life at Buckingham Palace by Doctor Stephen Ward, at a sitting specially granted to the Illustrated London News in 1961. This front cover celebrates the contributions of amateur artist Ward, who sketched several high profile figures for the Illustrated London News in 1961, usually appearing in the centre of their Window on the World feature. Two years later, Ward would become notorious through his involvement in the Profumo Affair, causing considerable social embarrassment to those celebrities who has formerly been associated with him. Date: 1961

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Buckingham Palace is the official London residence Featured Buckingham Palace Print

Buckingham Palace is the official London residence

Buckingham Palace is the official London residence of the British monarch. The palace, originally known as Buckingham House (and still nicknamed Buck House by the royal family), was a large townhouse built for the Duke of Buckingham in 1703 and entered into the possession of the royal family when acquired by King George III in 1762 as a private residence

© Julian Love/John Warburton-Lee Photography Ltd

Mrs Kennedy and her deb daughters Featured Buckingham Palace Print

Mrs Kennedy and her deb daughters

Mrs Joseph Kennedy, wife of H.E. the United States Ambassador, in a photograph to mark the presentation of two of her daughters at the first court at Buckingham Palace in May 1938. On the left is Rosemary Kennedy (1918 - 2005), in the middle Rose Kennedy and on the right, Kathleen Kick Kennedy. Kathleen met Billy Cavendish, heir to the Devonshire dukedom during the Season and married him becoming Marchioness of Hartington. He was killed during World War II and Kathleen herself was killed in a plane crash in 1948. Rosemary, or Rosie, was deemed mentally retarded and was subjected to a frontal lobotomy at the age of 23. She spent much of her life in and out of asylums. Date: 1938

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans