Tuesday, 9 June 2009

Élisabeth II, reine du Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande-du-Nord

Bien que la reine, (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor), ait été née le 21 avril 1926, dans les royaumes comprenant l'Australie, l'anniversaire officiel de la Reine est célébré en juin et le deuxième lundi du mois est un jour férié.

Ce jour, Son Altesse Royale, le Prince de Galles est autorisée pour renifler le gant de Sa Majesté.

Ripper !! Another public holiday.
Although the Queen, (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor), was born on 21 April 1926,- in the Realms including Australia, the Queen's Official Birthday is celebrated in June and the second monday of the month is a public holiday.

On this day, His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales is permitted to sniff the glove of Her Majesty.


Glennis said...

That must be one of the nicest photos I have seen of Her Majesty and of Prince Charles, both are smiling.

Cheltenhamdailyphoto said...

Ha! Nice Royal post, M.

Elisabeth in NSW said...

Her Majesty was born exactly one month after my father, but my father sadly is no longer with us.
Royalty must be a great preservative. Or perhaps it's just in line with statistics - women live longer than men.

Great photo anyway. I think Prince Charles ages rather well, I find him far more handsome than when he was younger.

M.Benaut said...

But will he outlive his mother ?

Glennis and Lynn, perhaps you are Royalists ?
Elisabeth, sadly our fathers seldom outlive our mothers. It's sad to look back on those days in some ways.

Marie said...

Did you take the photo, M. Benaut? I don't find Charles handsome at all :-)))

Cheltenhamdailyphoto said...

Am I a Royalist. Is the Pope Catholic? ;)