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The Sphere, Royal Wedding Number 1960

The Sphere, Royal Wedding Number 1960


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The Sphere, Royal Wedding Number 1960

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1960 Anthony Armstrong Engaged Engagement Fiance Jones Lodge Margaret Residences Romance Snowdon Sphere Tony Weddings Windsor


EDITORS COMMENTS
The Sphere, Royal Wedding Number 1960" is an iconic photograph capturing the romantic moment before the wedding ceremony of Princess Margaret, the younger sister of Queen Elizabeth II, and her fiancé, Lord Snowdon (Antony Armstrong-Jones), on May 6, 1960. The photograph, taken by renowned British photographer, Iain Macmillan, was taken at Clarence House, the London residence of the Princess's parents, the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh. The image shows the engaged couple standing in the snow-covered garden of Clarence House, with a clear blue sky as a backdrop. Princess Margaret, dressed in a beautiful white gown with a long train, is holding a bouquet of flowers, while Lord Snowdon, wearing a morning suit, looks at her with a tender expression. The snow-covered sphere on the ground between them symbolizes the start of their new life together and the purity of their love. The photograph was taken just a few days before the royal wedding, which took place at Westminster Abbey on May 11, 1960. The wedding was a grand affair, attended by members of the royal family, politicians, and other dignitaries from around the world. The couple's engagement was a significant event in British history, as it marked the first time a divorcee had married into the royal family. The image of "The Sphere, Royal Wedding Number 1960" has become a beloved symbol of the romance and excitement surrounding the royal wedding of Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon. It is a reminder of the fairy-tale nature of the royal family and the enduring power of love.

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