Royal news: The beauty of Princess Margaret revealed in candid never before seen pictures – Daily Ne


 The collection of more than 4,000 photographs were taken by the Royal photographer John Scott who was given unprecedented access to the Royals during this time period  The informal pictures show Princess Margaret in the back of a car and leaving hospital with Lord Snowdon  Another picture shows the Queen’s sister to look impeccable when she left hospital with her newborn son David following his birth in November 1961  One photo shows a relaxed and young Princess Margaret at Balmoral Castle in Scotland in the early 1950s    In another picture, the attractive royal, who died in 2002, is dressed in a glamorous, long blue coat and about to board a flight  The stunning archive also shows the Queen, Princess Diana and Prince Charles in a natural manner  Auctioneer David Lay, of David Lay FRICS, said: “During my many years as an auctioneer we have handled quite a few photographic collections but this is undoubtedly one of the most remarkable archives I have ever seen   “In the UK and indeed many other parts of the world, the fascination with the British Royals is unwavering and here we have an archive that documents four decades of their lives  “The breadth and quality of the images is superb so really it is unparalleled in my experience  “Looking through all the images in this archive, covering almost 40 years, it is possible to see the Royal family grow up before ones eyes   “Everything is here, from childhood to maturity, diplomatic Royal engagements with all their pomp and ceremony to unguarded family moments between the Queen and her children  “It is an astonishing collection of images.” The photographer was a Yugoslavian aristocrat who fled his native Serbia during the Second World War and arrived in London to work for King Peter of Yugoslavia   Princess Elizabeth saw some of his pictures and requested he photograph her during one of her first Trooping the Colour ceremonies  He died in 1986 and left the archive to his wife Judy. The auction takes place on June 14 and is hoping to get around £10,000 for the fascinating archive

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