These included a photo of the then young Princess Elizabeth, standing near her custom hut in her garden at the Royal Lodge in Windsor. The garden was also the one played by a young princess Beatrice and Eugenie, who both grew up at the Royal Lodge.
The house was given to him on his sixth birthday in 1932.
The Queen still likes to go back to visit her beloved Wendy’s house even now.
The caption next to the photograph said: “For the sixth birthday of Princess Elizabeth in 1932, the people of Wales gave her a small thatched house in the grounds of the Royal Lodge in Windsor. “
The cottage was also appreciated by the younger generations of the royal family.
Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie grew up at the Royal Lodge with their parents, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson – who now live there despite the separation.
Béatrice already opened the gambling house in 2012.
Speaking on the BBC’s three-part series, The Diamond Queen, in an episode called The Little House, she described it as “the most glamorous house ever.”
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Talking about the Queen’s rare visits to the lodge, Béatrice explained: “I now understand that she likes to come back and visit and it’s wonderful that we can have, let’s say that grandmother is grandmother now, so that Savannah come play here now too.
“And his other great grandchildren. “
Since the documentary was made, the monarch has welcomed many great-grandchildren.
The children of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, will also have enjoyed playing in the house.
The royal family also released a video and many other images of the queen to commemorate her birthday.
The account wrote, “Thank you for your messages today, on the Queen’s 94th birthday.
“Video camera In this private sequence of @RCT, we see The Queen, then Princess Elizabeth, with her family, including her younger sister, Princess Margaret. “
“The head of the Commonwealth, the head of the armed forces, the head of state in 16 countries and the longest reigning monarch in British history. Wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. “
“Happy birthday, Your Majesty! “
They also extended their best wishes to those celebrating alone due to the coronavirus pandemic, adding, “To those of you who also celebrate your birthdays today at home, with or without your loved ones – we send you many happy returns. “
In the video, the queen can be seen growing up. She is pushed into a baby carrier, before pushing a toy of hers.
We see her gardening, riding a horse, playing with pheasants and dancing in clips.