Saturday, April 20, 2013

Queen Elizabeth II morphed from infancy to Diamond Jubilee in 2012

Click here if you cannot see this fabulous video. The link will take you to YouTube. You will love seeing our favorite royal grow more beautiful through the years. Thanks to Sandy Lawrence for mentioning it. I can't believe I have never seen it, have you?


Anonymous said...

Love it!
Sara, Ohio

tammy j said...

this was amazing!!!!
my she was/is so beautiful.
her face and eyes as a child were just something else. a mystical quality almost.
thank you!

Anonymous said...

Yes, I have and it is fascinating! She is just lovely and has never looked better than she does now at her advanced age.

Grace @ Sense and Simplicity said...

Isn't it amazing what computers can do. By the end, all that is changing is her hair and hats.

penelopebianchi said...

what a magnificent and beautiful woman!!n this is an example of aging" beautifully and naturally"!
Just my opinion !

She shows such joy on her face.....and also sadness; that is what our faces are for!

With botox and face-lifts and "fillers" done wrong and overdone......I am seeing truly scary faces who are my age! She is 84!! I am 66!!

I remember watching her "coronation" as a very little girl!

She was beautiful the; she is beautiful now.....and such a wonderful example of aging gracefully1

Gorgeous at 84! Yikes! Sheesh!~ And her husband looks fantastic at 91!


The Queen Vee said...

How appropriate as today is the 87th birthday of this amazing woman. She is hard working and has remained faithful to her vows made as a wife and queen. Since 1984 she has fulfilled 15,000 public engagements, and always there are the Red Boxes and other Queenly obligations. I would hate to have to follow in her footsteps and I honestly don't think those who are to follow her will be able to. She is beautiful and truly one of a kind.