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Queen Elizabeth II launches Royal Family's Flickr acount

After YouTube and Twitter, Queen Elizabeth II officially launched the British Royal Family’s Flickr photo stream last Monday.

The Royal Family’s photo stream gave the public the access to more than 600 historic and current photos dating back from Queen Victoria’s reign and included Her Majesties childhood, Princess Diana’s weddings, and other events in the royal family.

The most recent photos covered the royal family’s day-to-day public appearances and official functions, from the queen’s recent visit to Canada and New York her garden party last week.

Here are some of the latest pictures of the British Royal Family while in action.

The Duches of Cornwall visiting the Anfield district of Liverpool,
July 2
6 (Press Association).

Litter picking in Anfield, Liverpool, July 26 (Press Association)

The Queen at Buckingham Palace Garden Party,
July 22 (Press Association).

Army Air Corps medal presentation in Bury Saint Edmunds,
July 22 (Press Association)

The Queen attends a reception at the Royal Air Force Station
at Marham in Norfolk, July 18 (Crown Copyright).
Princess Alexandra with 3rd Battalion The Rifles,
May 8 (Ministry of Defence)


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