The Royal Family has been in our lives for as long as we can remember. We remember when the Queen's father, King George VI passed away, leaving the throne for the reigning monarch. We remember when Prince Charles married Diana and had two beautiful children. We remember the tragic death of the Princess and how it affected her family. And of course, we still vividly remember the wedding of Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton.
It's hard to believe the current royal family has been in power for more than 65 years, so let's take a look at some of the early years as well as some more recent pictures.
Continue reading for more pictures of the Royal Family through the years.
The 1970s are on the next page!
1980s are next!
1990s on the next page!
Continue reading to see the Royals in the new millennium.
The current landscape of the Royal Family on the next page!
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