Out with his nan


As I am scanning old slides I found these, of a visit to the Sandringham Flower Show, some time in the early 1990s. I don’t think I have been back since even though it is not that far away, but this was a lovely sunny day and Prince Charles popped over from their house with his nan.


Even though this was ‘only’ 25 years ago it looks like much longer ago – maybe because of Charles’ lack of grey hairs!





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3 Comments on “Out with his nan”

  1. sueturner31
    February 15, 2017 at 1:23 pm #

    Brilliant shots…

  2. joy
    February 15, 2017 at 4:20 pm #

    lovely the queen mother looked beautiful … just as our queen does now . yes even Charles looks good there lol.

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