PRINCE EDWARD OF WALES 13 July 1911 (the future Edward VIII, and subsequently after his abdication, Duke of Windsor) at the time of his investiture as Prince of Wales at Caernarvon Castle, wearing the coronet created for his father, George V, to wear when he was created Prince of Wales. Photo: the London Illustrated News, 1911.
Portrait of King George VI. Father of the present Queen. He and his wife, also Queen Elizabeth (later the Queen Mother), were on the throne during WWIi and stayed in London despite the very real personal danger. They were with their people through all the hardships of the war and were instrumental in keeping up the morale of the nation.