The “Life Through A Royal Lens” exhibition offers a compilation of the greatest photographs ever taken of the Windsors, including Lady Diana. A compilation of the greatest photographs ever taken of the Windsors and Diana. The collection includes a rarely seen portrait of Diana, Princess of Wales, taken by Vogue photographer David Bailey in 1988; the Queen’s official Coronation portrait, shot by Cecil Beaton; and Norman Parkinson’s shoot with Princess Margaret, Lord Snowdon, and their two children together in the Kensington Palace gardens in the 60s.
There are even early portraits of Queen Victoria scattered throughout the gallery. This weekend at Kensington Palace.