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Relive the formative years of the British Royal Children of the Twentieth Century with this newsreel
celebration of our most famous young Princes and Princesses.
Throughout the Twentieth Century, the arrival of a new Royal child would unify the nation and
strengthen the affinity of the British people with their much-loved monarchy. The historical
continuity of this most defining of British institutions seems all the more assured with the birth of
each and every young royal and the sense of future purpose and duty they embody. Relive Prince Charles’,
Prince William’s and Prince Harry’s first day at school, first day at school, Prince Andrew as a cub scout and
Queen Elizabeth’s early family holidays at Windsor, Balmoral and elsewhere.
This comprehensive and nostalgic overview of the tentative first years and public appearances of
the Royal Children of the Twentieth Century is not just Royal history, but the history of Britain itself
and covers :-
Princess Elizabeth, Princess Margaret, Edward Duke Of Kent, Princess Alexandra Of Kent, Prince
Michael Of Kent, Prince Richard – Duke Of Gloucester, Prince William – Duke Of Gloucester, Prince
Charles, Viscount Linley, Lady Sarah, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, Prince William,
Prince Henry (Harry), Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, Peter Phillips and Zara Phillips.