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Queen shares family home videos for the first time to mark her Platinum Jubilee

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The Queen has allowed the world to see "the fun behind the formality" of her royal life in home movies. The clips span her life from being a baby pushed in a pram by her mother to her coronation in 1953 at the age of 27. The makers of the BBC film "Elizabeth - The Unseen Queen" were given unprecedented access to over 400 hours of family home videos.
1 month ago·London, United Kingdom

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The Independent

Unseen footage shows glimpse of ‘fun behind the formality’ of the Queen’s life

The Queen granted the BBC access to hundreds of home-made recordings shot by her, her parents and the Duke of Edinburgh

1 month ago·London, United Kingdom
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Independent.ie

Unseen footage shows glimpse of ‘fun behind the formality’ of the Queen’s life

The Queen has allowed the world to see touching glimpses of “the fun behind the formality” of her royal life in home movies that have been released for the first time.

1 month ago·Ireland
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The Telegraph

The Queen shares unseen home videos that show ‘I was young once too’

Elizabeth: The Unseen Queen uses material from 400 reels of footage and 60 of the Queen’s speeches to bring her early years to vivid life

1 month ago·London, United Kingdom
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Sky News

Queen shares family home videos for the first time to mark her Platinum Jubilee

The footage spans Her Majesty's life from when she was a baby being pushed in a pram to her coronation in 1953.

1 month ago·United Kingdom
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Metro News

Queen opens home movies vault to give rare glimpse into private life

Footage of a young Princess Elizabeth showing off her engagement ring is among the unique footage featured in a new documentary.

1 month ago·London, United Kingdom
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The Scotsman

Behind the scenes with the Queen as unseen footage reveals personal glimpses into her life

The Queen has allowed the world to see touching glimpses of “the fun behind the formality” of her royal life in home movies that have been released for the first time.

1 month ago
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