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The Earl of Home hurrying along Great College Street together with his page who I believe is his only son David Douglas-Home now the 15th Earl Home. They have an appointment at Westminster Abbey for the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II on 2nd June, 1953 B. Lowe

Mary Capel (1630–1715), Later Duchess of Beaufort, and Her Sister Elizabeth (1633–1678), Countess of Carnarvon Sir Peter Lely (Pieter van der Faes) (Dutch, 1618–1680) Lely was one of the most distinguished foreign artists nurtured in seventeenth-century England and the Capels were among the royalist families who were his patrons during the Commonwealth era. This is one of a number of family portraits commissioned in the 1650s by Arthur, second baron Capel and later first earl of Essex.

Top model Stella Tennant and her grandmother the Duchess of Devonshire at their family estate Chatsworth House.

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Cecil Beaton exhibition at Chatsworth focuses on Duchess of Devonshire

Actress Adele Astaire married Lord Charles Cavendish (the second son of the 9th Duke of Devonshire) in 1932 at the height of her fame. Above, Adele and Cecil Beaton in New York in 1931

Johnny and Frances, Earl and Countess Spencer, Diana, Princess of Wales's parents, Princes William and Harry's maternal grandparents.

Charles and Diana's pageboys, flower girls and bridesmaids. Lord Nicholas Windsor, Edward Van Cutsem, Catherine Cameron, India Hicks, Clementine Hambro and Sarah Jane Gasiee.