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   CaliforniaMama  Thursday Jun 7 10:37 AM

June 7, 2012 - The Birth of a Queen

Elizabeth Alexandra Mary was born on April 21, 1926. Here she is photographed in a christening robe that has been in the royal famly for generations.

via Time Photos

CaliforniaMama  Thursday Jun 7 10:41 AM

This is one of the most beautiful old-time pictures I have seen. I love the way the Prince and his wife and baby are posed, forming a perfect triangle, yet maintaining a very natural tableau.

Gravdigr  Thursday Jun 7 03:43 PM

Triangle? I'm lost.

But, then again, I've seen and heard enough about Teh Queen this past week or so.


ToastyOhs  Thursday Jun 7 04:29 PM

The corners of the triangle being his head and elbow and the babies head.

Gravdigr  Thursday Jun 7 05:16 PM


Happy Monkey  Thursday Jun 7 06:31 PM

Originally Posted by Neil Gaiman
While I was fairly certain we had not lost the queen when the tree fell, I also put a frame of brood from the Russian hive in, with a couple of queen cells (they are much bigger than usual bee-larva cells, and look like peanuts) ready to hatch on it. If a queen in a hive hears another queen about to hatch, she simply heads over and stings it. If she's not there to sting it, it hatches and the hive has a new queen.)

ZenGum  Friday Jun 8 09:28 AM

Are you saying that Big Liz had Diana iced?

BigV  Friday Jun 8 01:52 PM

That stung.

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