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Found my new favorite pic of Princess Margaret <3

Found my new favorite pic of Princess Margaret <3

Princess Margaret, 1955

Princess Margaret, 1955

H.R.H. Princess Margaret's halter-neck dress, 1951 (photos © Lord Linley and Lady Sarah Chatto Historic Royal Palaces / Robin Forster). She wore the dress to the premiere of the film "Where no vultures fly" on November 7, 1951 (black-and-white photo via romanbenedikhanson on Flickr). CLICK THROUGH FOR BIGGER IMAGES.

H.R.H. Princess Margaret's halter-neck dress, 1951 (photos © Lord Linley and Lady Sarah Chatto Historic Royal Palaces / Robin Forster). She wore the dress to the premiere of the film "Where no vultures fly" on November 7, 1951 (black-and-white photo via romanbenedikhanson on Flickr). CLICK THROUGH FOR BIGGER IMAGES.

Princess Margaret of Great Britain by Ghitta Carell, wearing the Papyrus tiara, also known as the Lotus tiara.

Princess Margaret of Great Britain by Ghitta Carell, wearing the Papyrus tiara, also known as the Lotus tiara.

Queen Mary and her Grandchildren Princess Margaret & Elizabeth

Queen Mary and her Grandchildren Princess Margaret & Elizabeth

Princess Margaret wearing her favorite tiara in the tub (photo taken by Lord Snowdon, her husband).

Princess Margaret wearing her favorite tiara in the tub (photo taken by Lord Snowdon, her husband).

Princess Elizabeth (Queen Elizabeth II) with Princess Margaret

Princess Elizabeth (Queen Elizabeth II) with Princess Margaret

The Princesses pose for a portrait- left, Princess Margaret; right, the future Queen Elizabeth II. Circa 1946

The Princesses pose for a portrait- left, Princess Margaret; right, the future Queen Elizabeth II. Circa 1946

British Royal Family Scandals | POPSUGAR Celebrity

Scandals That Will Change the Way You Think About the Royals

British Royal Family Scandals | POPSUGAR Celebrity

Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon, was the only sibling of Queen Elizabeth II and the younger daughter of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.

Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon, was the only sibling of Queen Elizabeth II and the younger daughter of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.

For the 1953 coronation, H.R.H. Princess Margaret donned a white satin Norman Hartnell dress with an openwork design of broderie anglaise. According to the Royal Collection, the dress was embroidered in crystal with a design of stylized marguerites and roses, in reference to her name Margaret Rose. The sleeves were later removed, so that the dress could be used for other events. She also wore the "Halo Scroll" Tiara and Diamond Rose Brooch (made by Cartier in 1936 and 1938, respectively).

For the 1953 coronation, H.R.H. Princess Margaret donned a white satin Norman Hartnell dress with an openwork design of broderie anglaise. According to the Royal Collection, the dress was embroidered in crystal with a design of stylized marguerites and roses, in reference to her name Margaret Rose. The sleeves were later removed, so that the dress could be used for other events. She also wore the "Halo Scroll" Tiara and Diamond Rose Brooch (made by Cartier in 1936 and 1938, respectively).

Her Royal Highness Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon.  Photographed by her husband, Lord Snowdon, 1967.

Her Royal Highness Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon. Photographed by her husband, Lord Snowdon, 1967.

H.R.H.Princess Margaret at cinema | by romanbenedikhanson

H.R.H.Princess Margaret at cinema | by romanbenedikhanson

Princess Margaret photographed for her 21st birthday by celebrated photographer Cecil Beaton.

A very contrary Princess - why did the charming Margaret turn into the most unpopular royal?

Princess Margaret photographed for her 21st birthday by celebrated photographer Cecil Beaton.

Picture special: Christian Dior returns to Blenheim Palace, 60 years after an iconic show attended by Princess Margaret

Picture special: Christian Dior returns to Blenheim Palace, 60 years after an iconic show attended by Princess Margaret

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