In keeping with the new season of “The Crown”: a brilliantly illustrated book depicting the public and private life of the world’s most famous emperor. May I speak to Elizabeth II, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and the Queen of Northern Ireland.
Stuttgart – The fourth season of the Netflix series “The Crown” about Queen Elizabeth II begins on November 15. Impressive life can also be seen in the new edition of a wonderfully illustrated book: the piece is about 400 pages thick and weighs a good three kilos. It is good for many hours of enjoyment and amazing entertainment. The photographer roster is a celebrity (including Harry Benson, Nick Knight, Patrick Litchfield, Joseph Karsh and Brian Adams). Elizabeth was born in 1926 and ascended the throne of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in 1952. His personal secretary said in 1977 that he was in a “love affair with his country”.
Best question: is jewelry real?
The photographs are inventions, visual spotlights and staged pictures of a long, eventful life. You can see the little excited princess as she was allowed to make some stops to the metro. A massive look at the TV address after the death of Princess Diana. A festive woman with a diamond education, traveling businesswoman reads a newspaper flying in the air and of course animal lovers riding with a headscarf (she always goes without a helmet) in Balmoral, Scotland. The cover is decorated with an iconic portrait of David Bailey from 2014. Rani stares into the camera very warmly. Reason: The photographer made him laugh by asking if his jewelry was real.
Info: His Excellency A Photographic History 1926-Today. Taschen Verlag. Reul Golden, Christopher Warwick hardcover, 368 ctane, 50 euros.
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