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The Queen Mother, born Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon, was the mother of Queen Elizabeth II and the widow of King George VI

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Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Homeward Bound Through Trafalgar Square, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London

Homeward Bound Through Trafalgar Square, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London
Homeward Bound Through Trafalgar Square, 1937. From "The Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth". [The Photochrom Co. Ltd. London, 1937 ]

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The King and Queen Leaving Westminster Abbey, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London

The King and Queen Leaving Westminster Abbey, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London
The King and Queen Leaving Westminster Abbey, 1937. From "The Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth". [The Photochrom Co. Ltd. London, 1937 ]

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The Crowned King George VI Seated on the Coronation Chair, 1937

The Crowned King George VI Seated on the Coronation Chair, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London
The Crowned King George VI Seated on the Coronation Chair, 1937. From "The Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth". [The Photochrom Co. Ltd. London, 1937 ]

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The King and Queen Approaching Westminster Abbey, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London

The King and Queen Approaching Westminster Abbey, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London
The King and Queen Approaching Westminster Abbey, 1937. From "The Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth". [The Photochrom Co. Ltd. London, 1937 ]

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The Crowning of King George VI, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London

The Crowning of King George VI, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London
The Crowning of King George VI, 1937. From "The Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth". [The Photochrom Co. Ltd. London, 1937 ]

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Princess Elizabeth Arriving at Westminster Abbey, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London

Princess Elizabeth Arriving at Westminster Abbey, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London
Princess Elizabeth Arriving at Westminster Abbey, 1937. From "The Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth". [The Photochrom Co. Ltd. London, 1937 ]

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Passing Through Parliament Square, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London

Passing Through Parliament Square, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London
Passing Through Parliament Square, 1937. From "The Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth". [The Photochrom Co. Ltd. London, 1937 ]

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The State Coach Passing the Cenotaph, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London

The State Coach Passing the Cenotaph, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London
The State Coach Passing the Cenotaph, 1937. From "The Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth". [The Photochrom Co. Ltd. London, 1937 ]

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Passing Through the Admiralty Arch, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London

Passing Through the Admiralty Arch, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London
Passing Through the Admiralty Arch, 1937. From "The Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth". [The Photochrom Co. Ltd. London, 1937 ]

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The Coronation Procession in The Mall, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London

The Coronation Procession in The Mall, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London
The Coronation Procession in The Mall, 1937. From "The Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth". [The Photochrom Co. Ltd. London, 1937 ]

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The Coronation Coach Viewed From Queen Victoria Memorial, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London

The Coronation Coach Viewed From Queen Victoria Memorial, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London
The Coronation Coach Viewed From Queen Victoria Memorial, 1937. From "The Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth". [The Photochrom Co. Ltd. London, 1937 ]

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The Coronation Procession Approaching The Mall, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London

The Coronation Procession Approaching The Mall, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London
The Coronation Procession Approaching The Mall, 1937. From "The Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth". [The Photochrom Co. Ltd. London, 1937 ]

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Their Majesties The King and Queen, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London

Their Majesties The King and Queen, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London
Their Majesties The King and Queen, 1937. From "The Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth". [The Photochrom Co. Ltd. London, 1937 ]

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The King and Queen Leaving Buckingham Palace, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London

The King and Queen Leaving Buckingham Palace, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London
The King and Queen Leaving Buckingham Palace, 1937. From "The Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth". [The Photochrom Co. Ltd. London, 1937 ]

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The King and Queen Leaving Buckingham Palace, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London

The King and Queen Leaving Buckingham Palace, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London
The King and Queen Leaving Buckingham Palace, 1937. From "The Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth". [The Photochrom Co. Ltd. London, 1937 ]

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Les souverains de Roumanie et leur second fils, le prince Nicolas, 1916 Creator: MA Dancovici

Les souverains de Roumanie et leur second fils, le prince Nicolas, 1916 Creator: MA Dancovici
Les souverains de Roumanie et leur second fils, le prince Nicolas assistant a une revue de troupes, a Bucarest - La reine porte l'uniforme du 4e regiment de "Roshiori", 1916

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Mother and Daughter - 1927, 1947. Creator: Unknown

Mother and Daughter - 1927, 1947. Creator: Unknown
Mother and Daughter - 1927, 1947. The future Queen Elizabeth II with her mother Queen Elizabeth. From "Princess Elizabeth

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Henri IV jouant avec ses enfants au moment où l'ambassadeur d'Espagne est admis en sa présence

Henri IV jouant avec ses enfants au moment où l'ambassadeur d'Espagne est admis en sa présence
Henri IV jouant avec ses enfants au moment ou l'ambassadeur d'Espagne est admis en sa presence, 1817. Henry IV Receiving the Spanish Ambassador

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: After the Coronation - 12th May, 1937, 1947. Creator: Unknown

After the Coronation - 12th May, 1937, 1947. Creator: Unknown
After the Coronation - 12th May, 1937, 1947. King George VI, Queen Elizabeth, Princess Margaret and Princess Elizabeth. From "Princess Elizabeth

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The Queen, Prince Albert, and Prince of Wales, on horseback in Windsor Park

The Queen, Prince Albert, and Prince of Wales, on horseback in Windsor Park: Front Page; Cassells I Creator: Unknown
The Queen, Prince Albert, and Prince of Wales, on horseback in Windsor Park: Front Page; Cassells Illustrated Family Paper; London Saturday, March 25, 1854, 1854

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Guests at Balmoral, October 1946, (1947). Creator: Unknown

Guests at Balmoral, October 1946, (1947). Creator: Unknown
Guests at Balmoral, October 1946, (1947). King George VI and Queen Elizabeth with daughters Princess Elizabeth (future Queen Elizabeth II) and Princess Margaret Rose

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Derby Day, 1946, 1947. Creator: Unknown

Derby Day, 1946, 1947. Creator: Unknown
Derby Day, 1946, 1947. King George VI and Queen Elizabeth with daughter Princess Elizabeth (future Queen Elizabeth II) arriving at the Epsom races

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Farewell To Civil Defence, 10 June 1945, (1947). Creator: Unknown

Farewell To Civil Defence, 10 June 1945, (1947). Creator: Unknown
Farewell To Civil Defence, 10 June 1945, (1947). Stand-down parade of Civil Defence Forces, Hyde Park, London, end of the Second World War

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Naming an American Bomber, 6 July 1944, (1947). Creator: Unknown

Naming an American Bomber, 6 July 1944, (1947). Creator: Unknown
Naming an American Bomber, 6 July 1944, (1947). King George VI and Queen Elizabeth with daughter Princess Elizabeth (future Queen Elizabeth II) at a bomber station of the USAAF

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Her Sixteenth Birthday, 21 April 1942, (1947). Creator: Unknown

Her Sixteenth Birthday, 21 April 1942, (1947). Creator: Unknown
Her Sixteenth Birthday, 21 April 1942, (1947). King George VI and Queen Elizabeth with daughters Princess Elizabeth (future Queen Elizabeth II) and Princess Margaret Rose

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Wartime at Windsor, 1941, (1947). Creator: Unknown

Wartime at Windsor, 1941, (1947). Creator: Unknown
Wartime at Windsor, 1941, (1947). King George VI and Queen Elizabeth with daughters Princess Elizabeth (future Queen Elizabeth II) and Princess Margaret Rose

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Mrs. Roosevelt at the Palace, October 1942, (1947). Creator: Unknown

Mrs. Roosevelt at the Palace, October 1942, (1947). Creator: Unknown
Mrs. Roosevelt at the Palace, October 1942, (1947). King George VI and Queen Elizabeth with daughters Princess Elizabeth (future Queen Elizabeth II) and Princess Margaret Rose

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Welcome Home, 22 June 1939, (1947). Creator: Unknown

Welcome Home, 22 June 1939, (1947). Creator: Unknown
Welcome Home, 22 June 1939, (1947). King George VI and Queen Elizabeth with daughters Princess Elizabeth (future Queen Elizabeth II) and Princess Margaret Rose

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Girl Guide Review, 19 June 1938, (1947). Creator: Unknown

Girl Guide Review, 19 June 1938, (1947). Creator: Unknown
Girl Guide Review, 19 June 1938, (1947). King George VI and Queen Elizabeth with daughters Princess Elizabeth (future Queen Elizabeth II) and Princess Margaret Rose

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Three Royal Ladies - 1937, 1947. Creator: Unknown

Three Royal Ladies - 1937, 1947. Creator: Unknown
Three Royal Ladies - 1937, 1947. The future Queen Elizabeth II with her mother Queen Elizabeth and younger sister Princess Margaret Rose

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: With the Royal Bodyguard, 1930s, (1947). Creator: Unknown

With the Royal Bodyguard, 1930s, (1947). Creator: Unknown
With the Royal Bodyguard, 1930s, (1947). King George VI (far right) and Queen Elizabeth with daughters Princess Elizabeth (future Queen Elizabeth II) and Princess Margaret Rose

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Leaving Crathie Church with Her Grandfather - August, 1935, 1947. Creator: Unknown

Leaving Crathie Church with Her Grandfather - August, 1935, 1947. Creator: Unknown
Leaving Crathie Church with Her Grandfather - August, 1935, 1947. The future Queen Elizabeth II in Scotland with her father and mother the Duke and Duchess of York, and King George V

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: At St. Paul's, Walden Bury - 1932, 1947. Creator: Unknown

At St. Paul's, Walden Bury - 1932, 1947. Creator: Unknown
At St. Paul's, Walden Bury - 1932, 1947. The future Queen Elizabeth II and younger sister Princess Margaret Rose playing with buckets and spades at their mother's childhood home in Hertfordshire

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: At a Bomber Command Station, 5 July 1944, (1947). Creator: Unknown

At a Bomber Command Station, 5 July 1944, (1947). Creator: Unknown
At a Bomber Command Station, 5 July 1944, (1947). King George VI and Queen Elizabeth with daughter Princess Elizabeth (future Queen Elizabeth II)

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Silver Jubilee of George V and Queen Mary, 6 May 1935, (1947). Creator: Unknown

Silver Jubilee of George V and Queen Mary, 6 May 1935, (1947). Creator: Unknown
Silver Jubilee of George V and Queen Mary, 6 May 1935, (1947). Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral. The Duke and Duchess of York, (later King George VI and Queen Elizabeth)

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Royal Bridesmaids, 26 October 1946, (1947). Creator: Unknown

Royal Bridesmaids, 26 October 1946, (1947). Creator: Unknown
Royal Bridesmaids, 26 October 1946, (1947). King George VI and Queen Elizabeth with daughters Princess Elizabeth (future Queen Elizabeth II)

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: 'The Arrest of Louis XVI. and his family, at Varennes, in June, 1791'... 1854. Creator: Unknown

"The Arrest of Louis XVI. and his family, at Varennes, in June, 1791"... 1854. Creator: Unknown
"The Arrest of Louis XVI. and his family, at Varennes, in June, 1791" - painted by T.F. Marshall - from the Exhibition of the Royal Academy, 1854

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Louis XVII separated from his mother, July 3, 1793, 1795. Creator: Jean-Jacques Hauer

Louis XVII separated from his mother, July 3, 1793, 1795. Creator: Jean-Jacques Hauer
Louis XVII separated from his mother, July 3, 1793, 1795

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Landing, at Stockholm, of her Royal Highness the Princess Louisa... 1850. Creator: Unknown

Landing, at Stockholm, of her Royal Highness the Princess Louisa... 1850. Creator: Unknown
Landing, at Stockholm, of her Royal Highness the Princess Louisa, of the Netherlands, at Biskopsudden, in the Park at Stockholm, 1850

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Oscar II and his family, c1900. Creator: Nordic Museum

Oscar II and his family, c1900. Creator: Nordic Museum
Oscar II and his family, c1900. Standing from the left: Prince Oscar Bernadotte, Princess Ebba Bernadotte, Prince Carl, Prince Eugen, Prince Erik, Crown Prince Gustaf (V), Crown Princess Victoria

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Portrait of King George III of England, his wife Queen Charlotte and their family in 1770

Portrait of King George III of England, his wife Queen Charlotte and their family in 1770. On the far left, Prince William (holding a parrot) future King William IV of England

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Marriage of Princess Elizabeth to Prince Philip 1947

Marriage of Princess Elizabeth to Prince Philip 1947
Marriage of Princess Elizabeth to Prince Philip L-R George VI, Lady Mary Cambridge, Princess Margaret, Princess Elizabeth (Queen Elizabeth II) Prince Philip

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: A visit to Westfield College, Hampstead by Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother

A visit to Westfield College, Hampstead by Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother (in her role as Chancellor of the University of London) accompanied by Principal Dr Kathleen Chesney. Date: 1957

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: King George VI and Queen Elizabeth with their daughters, Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret

King George VI and Queen Elizabeth with their daughters, Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret (b / w photo)
3103242 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth with their daughters, Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret (b/w photo) by English Photographer

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: HMS Renown, Duke & Duchess of York on visit to Antipodes

HMS Renown, Duke & Duchess of York on visit to Antipodes
Fold out cross section of HMS Renown, the battle-cruiser on which the Duke and Duchess of York travelled to Australia and New Zealand for their tour in 1927. 1927

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Spanish royal family, House of Bourbon

Spanish royal family, House of Bourbon, group photo at San Sebastian, towards the end of the Bourbon Dynasty, replaced by General Francos Republic

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon on her wedding day

Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon on her wedding day
Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (1900-2002), later Duchess of York, then Queen Elizabeth, then Queen Mother, pictured leaving her parents house in Bruton Street

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Edwy or Eadwig, King of England, and Queen Elgiva

Edwy or Eadwig, King of England, and Queen Elgiva
Edwy or Eadwig (?-959), King of England, and his wife Elgiva (Aelfgifu). Their marriage was annulled against their will by Archbishop Dunstans supporters, for political reasons



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The Queen Mother Collection

The Queen Mother, born Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon, was the mother of Queen Elizabeth II and the widow of King George VI. She was a beloved figure in Britain and throughout the Commonwealth for her long life of service to her country. She was known for her warm personality, sense of humor and strong commitment to public duty. During World War II she visited bombed areas in London and other cities to boost morale among citizens. After the war she continued to be an active member of British society, attending events such as Trooping The Colour each year until shortly before her death at age 101 in 2002. Her funeral was attended by millions who lined the streets as a sign of respect for one who had served them so faithfully over such a long period of time.
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The Queen Mother collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning assortment of wall art and framed prints that pay homage to one of the most beloved members of the British royal family. Our collection features an array of images capturing the elegance, grace, and charm of Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother. From her early days as a young princess to her later years as a beloved matriarch, our collection offers a glimpse into the life and legacy of this iconic figure. Each print is carefully crafted using high-quality materials and printing techniques to ensure that every detail is captured with precision. Whether you are looking for a beautiful piece to adorn your home or office or seeking out a unique gift for someone special, The Queen Mother collection has something for everyone. With its timeless appeal and enduring beauty, these prints are sure to become treasured keepsakes for generations to come.
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