The photographer who knows them best reveals the touching moments caught on camera through seven decadesTHE Queen and Prince Philip celebrate their platinum wedding anniversary today. To mark the occasion the Sun Royal photographer Arthur Edwards, who knows the Royal couple well, has chosen his 25 favourite pictures from their 70 year marriage. The devoted Royals celebrated the landmark event by recreating a touching engagement pictures taken seven decades ago.
THE Queen and Prince Philip celebrate their platinum wedding anniversary today. To mark the occasion the Sun Royal photographer Arthur Edwards, who knows the Royal couple well, has chosen his 25 favourite pictures from their 70 year marriage. The devoted Royals celebrated the landmark event by recreating a touching engagement pictures taken seven decades ago. The couple wed 70 years ago in Westminster Abbey when the Queen was 21 and her groom a 26-year-old military man.
THE Queen and Prince Philip are the picture of devotion as they celebrate their platinum wedding anniversary today. They wed 70 years ago in Westminster Abbey when the Queen was 21 and her groom a strapping 26-year-old military man. Today Philip and Lilibet — as her husband calls her — are great-grandparents. And as the Sun’s royal photographer, I’ve witnessed how their love has thrived. Here I have picked my favourite photographs, one from each decade of their marriage.
In 2009 #PrinceCharles visited a small indigenous community in the Amazon rainforest. The Prince has pleaded with politicians world wide not to cut down theses magnificent trees. He will never give up this fight to save the lungs of the world https://t.co/mgHkQ38212
I gave #PrinceCharles a framed #Sun front page on his 65th birthday. We were on a flight to Sri Lanka. The prince is my by far my favourite member of the royal family. His kindness to me over the past 40 years has been tremendous. John Stillwell a dear friend took the picture https://t.co/MubDZTaujF
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