The royal furnishings of a royal family

A look at the royal furnishments of a Royal Family that includes the Queen, Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Harry, Prince Philip and the Duke of Cambridge.

1/12 Princess Margaret The Queen is known to enjoy a glass of wine every now and then.

She was married to Prince Philip from 1979 to 1990 and is rumoured to have had an affair with Prince Harry.

Rex Features 2/12 Kate Middleton Kate Middle-ton was born in 1955 to Princess Margaret and Prince Philip.

Rex 3/12 The Duke of York The Duke and Duchess of York have two children.

Rex 4/12 Prince Philip Prince Philip was born Prince Edward in 1953 to Princess Charlotte and Princess Diana.

The pair have two daughters.

Getty Images 5/12 Diana and Kate Kate and Prince William have two sons.

6/12 Camilla and Philip Camilla is the sister of Princess Philip and Prince Harry’s mother.

She is married to actor Philip Seymour Hoffman.

Rex 7/12 Catherine and Prince George Catherine and George have two older sisters.

8/12 George and Camilla Camilla’s sister is George.

9/12 Lady Diana’s sister, Princess Mary, is also married to British actor Philip Fonda.

10/12 David and Joanne David and Kate are cousins.

11/12 Anne-Marie and George Anne-Mary, Princess of Wales and Princess of Monaco, and her husband Prince Philip are cousins, too.

12/12 Katherine and Prince Charles Katherine is the cousin of Princess Anne.

1 / 12 Princess Margaret (L) is known the Queen is often seen with a glass on the nightstands of her home.

She had an extramarital affair with the Duke and Countess of Wessex in 1983.

Rex 2/13 Kate Middle -ton (R) was born to Princess Elizabeth and Prince Michael of Edinburgh in 1955.

Rex Images 3/13 The Duke & Duchess of Cornwall The Duke is Prince Charles’ half-sister.

Getty 4/13 Prince Philip (L-R) The Duke, Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge were born in 1953.

Rex 5/13 Diana and Princess Kate Kate, Prince William and the Dukes of Cambridge have two young daughters.

6 / 12 Camilla (R-L) The Duchess of Sussex and Duchess Kate have two of their own children.

Getty 7/ 12 Catherine and Princess George Catherine is the niece of Princess Mary and Prince Edward’s mother Getty 8/ 12 George and Prince Phillip Camilla, the sister to Prince William’s half-brother Philip, is the younger sister of Prince Charles.

Rex 9/ 12 Lady Diana (L – R) is the mother of Princess Eugenie, Duchess of Kent, the Princess of Belgium and the Princess and Count of Wales.

Rex 10/ 12 David and John David and George are cousins of Princess Margaret, Princess Eugensia and Princess Anne Getty 11/ 12 Anne-Marie and George (L and R) are cousins in marriage Rex 12/ 12 Katherine and William Catherine’s sister Princess Mary is the daughter of the late Prince Charles and Princess Margaret.

1 of 18 Full Screen Autoplay Close Skip Ad × Prince Charles, Duke & Princess Anne (1865-1977) View Photos Prince Charles is the heir to the throne and the longest-reigning British monarch.

Here he and Princess Eugène meet with the Queen and Buckingham Palace, and is seen on one of his many trips around the world.

Hide Caption 2 of 18 The Duke visits Britain in 1876 to mark the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Hastings.

In a rare moment of private time, the monarch is seen standing beside the grave of the Princess Anne of York.

His father Prince Charles died in 1803 at the age of 90.

Charles is said to have been a keen reader of historical fiction and literature.

He is said by his biographer to have enjoyed reading The Brothers Karamazov.

Charles also wrote The Princess Bride.

Hide Gallery 3 of 18 Four days after Prince Charles was appointed heir in April 1909, the Queen visited him in hospital and introduced him to the Duke.

She told him he was “like the little angel, the star in my eyes.”

In another visit to the hospital, he was introduced to his niece, Princess Margrethe.

“It’s a very big deal to have the Duke as your brother, my dear,” she said.

“You are a very important man to me.”

The Queen and Prince met on three separate occasions in London during the summer of 1911.

Prince Charles accompanied his father on a visit to England, and later visited the United States.

In 1913, the prince was presented with a medal, the Imperial Medal for Service in the British Army, which was awarded to a total of 15,000 soldiers.

The medal was awarded in recognition of his service in World War I and the outbreak of World War II.

The Royal Family is also well known for its many trips to Europe.

In 1926, the Prince and Duchess went to Spain to celebrate their 25th wedding