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07.14.1412:22 PM ET

Inside A Royal Childhood

New exhibiton offers unique access into life as a Royal child

They are the kinds of photos that all of us once had in our family albums, a bit blurry, imperfectly exposed and a mile away from the pin sharp images taken by the hordes of professional photographers that follow the Royals every move.

An unparalleled collection of intimate, personal photographs of the British Royal family at rest and at play has been released by Buckingham Palace, to celebrate the summer Buckingham Palace exhibition, entitled "A Royal Childhood".

The two-year-old Princess Elizabeth with her wicker pram in the grounds of her home in Piccadilly, London, 1928
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<br/>Credit line: Royal Collection Trust / (C) Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2014.
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<br/>The Summer Opening of the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace and the special exhibition 'Royal Childhood', 26 July - 28 September 2014.
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The show will be on all summer at Buckingham Palace, which is now open to paying visitors for two months in the summer while the Queen is on holiday in Balmoral.

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