"William was out and about yesterday as he joined his grandparents The Queen and Prince Philip for a rare joint engagement as Her Majesty unveiled a bronze statue of two of her Windsor Grey horses, a breed that has been drawing the Monarch's carriages at State occasions since Queen Victoria's reign."
Queen Elizabeth II is greeted by British Prime Minister David Cameron on the doorstep of Number 10 Downing Street as she arrives to attend the Government's weekly Cabinet meeting on December 18, 2012 in London, England. The Queen's visit to the weekly Cabinet meeting as an observer is the first time a Monarch has attended the meeting since Queen Victoria's reign.
The People's horse tram, 1861. During Queen Victoria's reign, London's population grew at an astonishing rate and the central area became increasingly congested. The development of cheaper, horse-drawn public transport enabled more people to travel than ever before and this influenced the growth of the suburbs.
The birth of Joseph Paxton on this day 3rd August, 1803. English gardener, designer, writer and creator of one of the most famous building of Queen Victoria's reign, the Crystal Palace. Bust of Sir Joseph Paxton in Crystal Palace Park, SE London. by B. Lowe