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These Royal Family Photos Show How Much the British Monarchy Has Changed
The ones with Prince William and Prince Harry as babies are so adorable

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle pose for their romantic official engagement photos, shot by Alexi Lubomirski at Frogmore House, Windsor. The pictures were released in December 2017, just a month after the couple announced their engagement. Markle flaunts her ring, which includes a center diamond from Botswana and two smaller ones from Princess Diana's personal collection

Say cheese! Prince George celebrates his fourth birthday with an official portrait taken at Kensington Palace, released by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Princess Charlotte smirks in the official portrait for her second birthday in May 2017. This photo, like many others of her and her brother, was shot by the Duchess of Cambridge at their home in Norfolk, England.

The Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Charles, the Queen, Prince Philip, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge pose for a photo at Buckingham Palace before the annual evening reception for members of the Diplomatic Corps at Buckingham Palace.

Prince George smiles while holding his newborn sister, Princess Charlotte, who was born on May 2, 2015. Kate Middleton captured the photo when her daughter was less than a month old, at the Duke and Duchess' country home, Anmer Hall, in Norfolk, England.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcome their first child, Prince George, on July 22, 2013. The new parents pose with their firstborn at the Middletons' family home in Bucklebury, Berkshire.

Front row, left to right: Grace van Cutsem, Eliza Lopes, Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth II, Margarita Armstrong-Jones, Louise Windsor and William Lowther-Pinkerton.

Back row, left to right: Tom Pettifer, Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Charles, Prince Harry (the best man), Michael Middleton, Carole Middleton, James Middleton and Pippa Middleton.

Charles and Diana wed on July 29, 1981, at St. Paul's Cathedral in London. After the ceremony, the newlyweds posed for photos with their family members, including the Queen, Prince Philip, Princess Margaret, Elizabeth the Queen Mother, Princess Anne, Prince Edward, Prince Andrew, Diana's mother Frances Shand Kydd and her father John Spencer.

The royals take great candids, too, like this photo taken the day after Christmas in 1971 at Windsor Castle.

Back row, left to right: the Earl of Snowdon, the Duchess of Kent and Lord Nicholas Windsor, the Duke of Kent, Prince Michael of Kent, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Prince Andrew and Angus Ogilvy.

Middle row, left to right: Princess Margaret, The Queen, the Earl of St. Andrews, Princess Anne, Marina Ogilvy, Princess Alexandra and James Ogilvy.

Front row (left to right) Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones, Viscount Linley, Prince Edward and Lady Helen Windsor.

of their royal tour to Australia and New Zealand.

A young Queen Elizabeth II, Philip Mountbatten, Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, King George VI and Princess Margaret pose in July 1947 in the royal apartments to celebrate Elizabeth and Philip's engagement. Philip reportedly proposed with athree-carat diamond ring that consisted of a center stone flanked by 10 smaller diamonds.

The immediate royal family poses for an official portrait celebrating the coronation of King George VI, Elizabeth II's father. The picture was taken by Hay Wrightson at Buckingham Palace.

Back row, from left to right: Mary, the Princess Royal, the Duchess of Gloucester, the Duke of Gloucester, Queen Mary, King George VI, Queen Elizabeth, the Duke of Kent, the Duchess of Kent and the Queen of Norway.

Front row: Princess Margaret and Princess Elizabeth (who would later become Queen Elizabeth II).

King Edward VII, who ruled from 1901 to 1910, and Queen Alexandra are Queen Elizabeth II's great grandparents. Here, the couple poses at the State Opening of Parliament in London in regalia. Like her in-laws, Queen Alexandra was also anavid fan of photography.

Queen Victoria, who reigned from 1837-1901, was Queen Elizabeth II's great-great-grandmother. She was the first British sovereign to embrace photography as a means of making the royal brand accessible to the public, since the medium was introduced shortly after she ascended the throne. She and her husband, Prince Albert (pictured), became champions of the new art form

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