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The Queen Mother, also known as Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, was the wife of King George VI and mother to Queen Elizabeth II

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Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The Prince and Princess of Wales with their family on board the royal yacht, 19th century (1910)

The Prince and Princess of Wales with their family on board the royal yacht, 19th century (1910). The future King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra with their children Prince Albert, Duke of Clarence

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Prince Edward of Wales, the future King Edward VII of Great Britain (1841-1910), 1890

Prince Edward of Wales, the future King Edward VII of Great Britain (1841-1910), 1890. Artist: W&D Downey
Prince Edward of Wales, the future King Edward VII of Great Britain and Ireland (1841-1910), 1890. Edward VII was King of Great Britain between 1901 and 1910

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Princess Andreas (Andrew) of Greece

Princess Andreas (Andrew) of Greece
Princess Andrew of Greece (1885-1969), formerly Princess Alice of Battenberg, great-granddaughter of Queen Victoria via her mother, Princess Victoria of Hesse

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Coronation, receiving the Crown of glory 1937

Coronation, receiving the Crown of glory 1937
The Queens Coronation. Her Majesty is kneeling on her faldstool and the Archbishop of Canterbury is placing the Crown upon her head, with the koh-i-noor diamond glittering

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Garrards making the Queens Coronation crown, 1937

Garrards making the Queens Coronation crown, 1937
Mr Charles Stone, of Messrs. Garrard s, the Court jewellers, assembling the various parts of the circlet first made for Queen Victoria and modified for each succeeding Coronation

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The Interview or Miss out of her Teens, 1816 (colour etching)

The Interview or Miss out of her Teens, 1816 (colour etching)
XCF290984 The Interview or Miss out of her Teens, 1816 (colour etching) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mother photographed with her grandchildren on her 60th birthday

Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mother photographed with her grandchildren on her 60th birthday. Prince Charles (left), Princess Anne (right) and Prince Andrew is happily sitting on her knee

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Princess Elizabeth and Margaret at the British Museum

Princess Elizabeth and Margaret at the British Museum
Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret pictured visiting the British Museum with their grandmother, Queen Mary and viewing with interest the Rosetta Stone in the presence of the Museums Director

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Queen Elizabeth II with Prince Philip and the Queen Mother July 1989

Queen Elizabeth II with Prince Philip and the Queen Mother July 1989

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Tommy Docherty ended a hectic week by becoming a dad yesterday

Tommy Docherty ended a hectic week by becoming a dad yesterday. The Queenes Park Rangers manager was at the hospital when Mrs. Mary Brown gave birth to a 7lb 13 oz baby girl

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyonweds Albert, Duke of York

Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyonweds Albert, Duke of York
Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon and Albert, Duke of York, later King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, pictured together at Buckingham Palace on their wedding day on 26th April 1923. Date: 1923

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The Duke and Duchess of York - Durham Colliery visit

The Duke and Duchess of York - Durham Colliery visit
The Duke and Duchess of York (Later King George VI and Queen Elizabeth) - visiting a Durham Colliery on 29th July 1936 - most likely the Glamis Pit at Kibblesworth Colliery

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Beneath the Quadriga, May 12 1937

Beneath the Quadriga, May 12 1937. From Coronation Souvenir Book 1937, edited by Gordon Beckles. [Daily Express, London, 1937]

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The Coronation of the Virgin, 1635-1636. Artist: Velazquez, Diego (1599-1660)

The Coronation of the Virgin, 1635-1636. Artist: Velazquez, Diego (1599-1660)
The Coronation of the Virgin, 1635-1636. Found in the collection of the Museo del Prado, Madrid

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Bystander Royal Wedding Number front cover - George VI

Bystander Royal Wedding Number front cover - George VI
Front cover of The Bystander magazines Royal Wedding Number, celebrating the marriage of Prince Albert of York (the future King George VI) to Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon on 26 April 1923

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Coronation design, Maison Prunier

Coronation design, Maison Prunier
Coronation cover from Maison Prunier (a special menu perhaps?) celebrating the coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (later the Queen Mother)

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: FRANCIS, DUKE OF TECK (1837-1900). Count Francis von Hohenstein, Duke of Teck

FRANCIS, DUKE OF TECK (1837-1900). Count Francis von Hohenstein, Duke of Teck. With Princess Mary Adelaide and their daughter Victoria Mary. Photograph, c1867

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Four Generations of the English Royal Family, illustration from His Majesty

Four Generations of the English Royal Family, illustration from His Majesty
KW392355 Four Generations of the English Royal Family, illustration from His Majesty King Edward VIII, published 1936 (b/w photo) by English Photographer

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Royal Wedding. The procession of the Brotherhood of St Edward the Confessor showing

Royal Wedding. The procession of the Brotherhood of St Edward the Confessor showing the five banners which will add to the brilliance of Princess Elizabeths wedding

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Members of the Royal Family at Covent Garden

Members of the Royal Family at Covent Garden
A gala opera performance at Covent Garden is attended by the Queen and the President of Portugal (in the centre). To the left is the Queen Mother and behind her are Sir Anthony and Lady Eden

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: King George VI opening the National Maritime Museum, 1937

King George VI opening the National Maritime Museum, 1937
Photograph showing King George VI (centre) speaking at the official opening of the National Maritime Museum, London, 1937

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The Queen Mothers sitting room

The Queen Mothers sitting room, Glamis Castle, Highland region, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Eleanor of Provence

Eleanor of Provence
ELEANOR OF PROVENCE Queen of Henry III & mother of Edward I of England. She was joint governor in 1253 & organised military action

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Juliana / Dutch / 1956

Juliana / Dutch / 1956
JULIANA, QUEEN OF HOLLAND Queen of Holland, with her daughter Beatrix in 1956

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Anne Boleyn (1507-36) in the Tower, detail, 1835 (oil on canvas)

Anne Boleyn (1507-36) in the Tower, detail, 1835 (oil on canvas)
XJL151192 Anne Boleyn (1507-36) in the Tower, detail, 1835 (oil on canvas) by Cibot, Edouard (Francois Berthelemy Michel) (1799-1877); Musee Rolin, Autun

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (b / w photo)

Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (b / w photo)
3103269 Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (1900-2002)

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Portrait of Catherine of Aragon (1485-1536) 1st Queen of Henry VIII from

Portrait of Catherine of Aragon (1485-1536) 1st Queen of Henry VIII from
STC146702 Portrait of Catherine of Aragon (1485-1536) 1st Queen of Henry VIII from Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth, published in 1825 (w/c and gouache on paper) by Essex

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Prince Charles attends the Garter Ceremony Windsor 1977 with Queen Mother

Prince Charles attends the Garter Ceremony Windsor 1977 with Queen Mother

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Queen Mother with daughter Queen Elizabeth British Monarch attending a thanksgiving

Queen Mother with daughter Queen Elizabeth British Monarch attending a thanksgiving service for herself at St Pauls cathederal in London. 15th July 1980

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Queen Mother at her guard of honour with 52nd Lowland Volunteers at Glasgow City Chambers

Queen Mother at her guard of honour with 52nd Lowland Volunteers at Glasgow City Chambers, June 1970

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Alexandra Of Denmark, 1844 To 1925. Queen Of The United Kingdom And The British Dominions And

Alexandra Of Denmark, 1844 To 1925. Queen Of The United Kingdom And The British Dominions And Empress Of India From 1901 To 1910 As The Consort Of Edward Vii

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: In Thee Rejoiceth All Creation. Artist: Kavertsas, Franghias (active 1615-1648)

In Thee Rejoiceth All Creation. Artist: Kavertsas, Franghias (active 1615-1648)
In Thee Rejoiceth All Creation. Found in the collection of Petit Palais, Musee des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The Virgin and Child in a Landscape, c1520. Artist: Jan Provoost

The Virgin and Child in a Landscape, c1520. Artist: Jan Provoost
The Virgin and Child in a Landscape, c1520. The painting was presented to The National Gallery by Queen Victoria at the Prince Consorts wish in 1863. Painting held at The National Gallery, London

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Viscountess Castlerosse dressed as a fish course

Viscountess Castlerosse dressed as a fish course
Doris Delavigne, Viscountess Castlerosse, dressed as a fish part of a living Christmas dinner set of fancy dress at the Santa Claus Ball held at the Kit-Cat club on 18 December 1929 in aid of Queen

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Queen Margaret with son and robber

Queen Margaret with son and robber
Queen Margaret of Anjou, wife of King Henry VI, fleeing into a forest after the Battle of Hexham (15 May 1464, Wars of the Roses) with her son, Prince Edward, meets a robber and asks for protection

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Princess Amelia of Brunswick and Her Daughter Princess Charlotte, 1919. Artist: George Hayter

Princess Amelia of Brunswick and Her Daughter Princess Charlotte, 1919. Artist: George Hayter
Princess Amelia of Brunswick and Her Daughter Princess Charlotte, 1919. Caroline Amelia Elizabeth of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel (1768-1821), best known as Caroline of Brunswick

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Cheltenham Festival: Day Two

Cheltenham Festival: Day Two
Horse Racing - Cheltenham Festival - Day 2 - Ladies Day Sizing Europe ridden by A E Lynch clears the last fence narrowly ahead of race winner Finians Rainbow ridden by Barry Geraghty in the Queen

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Cheltenham Festival: Day Two

Cheltenham Festival: Day Two
Horse Racing - Cheltenham Festival - Day 2 - Ladies Day Race winner Finians Rainbow ridden by Barry Geraghty clears the last fence on the first lap of the Queen Mother Champion Steeple Chase at

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Cheltenham Festival: Day Two

Cheltenham Festival: Day Two
Horse Racing - Cheltenham Festival - Day 2 - Ladies Day Barry Geraghty celebrates winning the Queen Mother Champion Steeple Chase on Finians Rainbow at Cheltenham Racecourse

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Cheltenham Festival: Day Two

Cheltenham Festival: Day Two
Horse Racing - Cheltenham Festival - Day 2 - Ladies Day Sizing Europe ridden by A E Lynch clears the last fence narrowly ahead of race winner Finians Rainbow ridden by Barry Geraghty in the Queen

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Grand Princess Maria Alexandrovna, Duchess of Edinburgh

Grand Princess Maria Alexandrovna, Duchess of Edinburgh
Grand Princess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia, later Duchess of Edinburgh (1853-1920), only daughter of Tsar Alexander II of Russia

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Henri Iv, his Birth

Henri Iv, his Birth
HENRI IV, KING OF FRANCE his birth : his mother, Jeanne d Albret, queen of Navarre, is surrounded by courtiers, but the jester doesn t seem at all interested, nor does the dog

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Queen Mary / Children 1905

Queen Mary / Children 1905
QUEEN MARY Wife of George V, with her children Mary, George, Henry and John

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: New Baby Victoria 19C

New Baby Victoria 19C
The new baby, Princess Victoria, is shown off by her mother in Kensington Park, London

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Elizabeth George VI

Elizabeth George VI
ELIZABETH, WIFE OF GEORGE VI A photograph that has been overworked/retouched in crayon; taken just before she left with the Duke for a tour of some months in Kenya

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: ERNIE WISE RECIEVES A COMMENDATION FROM THE QUEEN MOTHER FOR HIS WORK IN THE

ERNIE WISE RECIEVES A COMMENDATION FROM THE QUEEN MOTHER FOR HIS WORK IN THE KEEP BRITAIN TIDY CAMPAIGN - 1st JUNE 1981

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Battenberg children

Battenberg children
From left, Princess Louise of Battenberg (1889-1965), later Lady Louise Mountbatten and then Queen of Sweden, the baby is Princen George of Battenberg, later George Mountbatten

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Hortense de Beauharnais (1783-1837) (oil on canvas)

Hortense de Beauharnais (1783-1837) (oil on canvas)
XIR173440 Hortense de Beauharnais (1783-1837) (oil on canvas) by Gerard, Francois Pascal Simon (1770-1837) (studio of); ChAteau de Versailles



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The Queen Mother Collection

The Queen Mother, also known as Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, was the wife of King George VI and mother to Queen Elizabeth II. She was a beloved figure in British society for her charm, wit, and dedication to public service. The Queen Mother became an icon during World War II when she refused to leave London during the Blitz and visited bombed-out areas to boost morale. She continued her philanthropic work throughout her life, supporting numerous charities and organizations. Her death in 2002 at the age of 101 was mourned by many across the world who remembered her as a symbol of strength and grace.
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