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Royal Wedding 1961 - Duchess of Kent in her dress Featured 7 Mar 2011 Print

Royal Wedding 1961 - Duchess of Kent in her dress

Page from the Illustrated London News showing various pictures of the Duchess of Kent (born 1933), formerly Miss Katherine Worsley on her wedding day to Prince Edward, Duke of Kent. She wore a dress by John Kavanagh of white silk gauze, specially woven to shimmer, with a long 17 foot train from the hip for her wedding at York Minster on 8 June 1961. Date: 1961

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Royal Wedding 1961 - guests wave farewell Featured 7 Mar 2011 Print

Royal Wedding 1961 - guests wave farewell

Wedding guests wave farewell to the departing newly married Duke and Duchess of Kent (formerly Miss Katherine Worsley) as they leave Hovingham Hall, the bride's family home for their honeymoon following their wedding at York Minster on 8 June 1961. In the centre of picture can be seen the groom's sister, Princess Alexandra of Kent and Princess Anne (Princess Royal) who was one of the couple's bridesmaids. Date: 1961

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

India - Deolali - British Garrison (distant view) Featured 7 Mar 2011 Print

India - Deolali - British Garrison (distant view)

Distant view of the British Garrison at Deolali, in Nashik District in the state of Maharashtra, India - British soldiers and Officers outside the Billiard Room. The name of the town is the source of the British slang noun "doolally tap", loosely meaning "camp fever", referring to the apparent madness of men waiting for ships back to Britain. By the 1940s this had been shortened to "doolally". Date: circa 1920s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection