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Framed Print : The Heir, Young Wife and Mother: H. R. H. Princess Elizabeth

The Heir, Young Wife and Mother: H. R. H. Princess Elizabeth

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The Heir, Young Wife and Mother: H. R. H. Princess Elizabeth

The Heir Presumptive, a Happy Young Wife and Mother: H. R. H. Princess Elizabeth, with Whom the Whole British Commonwealth of Nations Rejoices Date: 1948

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Media ID 14311716

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

1944 Commonwealth Heir Nations Royals Elizabeth Rejoices

12"x10" Modern Frame

Introducing the exquisite 'The Heir, Young Wife and Mother: H.R.H. Princess Elizabeth' framed print from our Media Storehouse collection. This beautiful image, captured in 1948, showcases a radiant Princess Elizabeth, then the heir presumptive to the British throne, in a moment of happiness as a young wife and mother. The photograph, sourced from Mary Evans Prints Online, is a testament to the timeless elegance and grace of the monarchy. Add this stunning piece to your home decor and let the history and charm of this iconic moment be a part of your everyday life.

10x8 Print in an MDF Wooden Frame with 180 gsm Satin Finish Paper. Glazed using shatter proof thin plexi glass. Frame thickness is 1 inch and depth 0.75 inch. Fluted cardboard backing held with clips. Supplied ready to hang with sawtooth hanger and rubber bumpers. Spot clean with a damp cloth. Packaged foam wrapped in a card.

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Estimated Image Size (if not cropped) is 25.4cm x 25.4cm (10" x 10")

Estimated Product Size is 25.4cm x 30.5cm (10" x 12")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) or portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.

This black-and-white photograph captures a moment of joy and hope in the aftermath of World War II. The image, titled "H.R.H. Princess Elizabeth: The Heir Presumptive, a Happy Young Wife and Mother," was taken in 1948, a few years after Princess Elizabeth's marriage to Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. The Princess, who would later become Queen Elizabeth II, is depicted in a soft focus, sitting gracefully on a chair, with her arms wrapped around her young son, Prince Charles, and her husband standing behind them, looking down at his family with affection. The Princess's radiant smile and the tender gaze of her husband convey a sense of happiness, love, and stability, offering a beacon of hope to the British Commonwealth of Nations, which was still reeling from the devastating effects of the war. The photograph was taken at Clarence House, London, and is a testament to the resilience and enduring spirit of the British monarchy. The Princess's status as the heir presumptive added an extra layer of significance to the image, as it symbolized the continuity and stability of the monarchy during a time of great uncertainty. The Princess's poised and elegant demeanor, combined with her role as a devoted wife and mother, made her an instant favorite among the people of the Commonwealth, who rejoiced in the promise of a new beginning.

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