The Princess Royal, who is the only daughter of the Queen and Prince Philip, turns 70 on August 15. To mark the occasion, the Royal Family announced on social media that they will celebrate Anne’s life and work in the week leading up to her birthday. .
The royal family also posted a photo of Anne’s christening at Buckingham Palace.
She wore the Honiton lace dress for the occasion, which her close family attended.
In a third photo, the princess is shown on the palace balcony in 1953 for the queen’s coronation.
She was too young to attend the ceremony earlier today at Westminster Abbey.
Another photo is of Anne with two other youngsters after joining Girlguiding in 1959.
The final image is of the princess with the queen and her adorable pony Greensleeves in 1955.
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“After Her Majesty The Queen, she is my favorite royal. I like his pragmatic and down to earth attitude.
“She deserves more recognition than she gets and is a great example to follow.
“God bless her on her 70th birthday and in the years to come.”
A third said: “Looking forward to seeing the Tweets, I love HRH the Princess Royal. “
Another commented: “She is an inspiration to her family. Straight, but stay private and work very hard. I wish him a very happy birthday next week.
Another added: “So I can’t wait to see this! The Princess Royal is an amazing woman!
An ITV documentary to mark Anne’s 70th birthday, released last month, chronicled her life.
And Country Life magazine, edited by a guest, to celebrate his birthday.