WORKING THE WAVE
Will, 3 (with cousin Laura Fellowes, 6), en route to Prince Andrew’s wedding in 1986.
The princes board the Queen’s Royal Wessex helicopter as Di looks on in 1986.
Princes Andrew, 4, and Edward, 3 months, with the Queen and Prince Philip at the 1964 Trooping the Colour ceremony.
BALCONY, PT. II
Will, 3 (center), with Di (holding Harry), Frederick Windsor and Peter Phillips watch the Trooping the Colour in 1985.
Will, 3, and Harry, 13 months, in their Kensington Palace nursery in 1985.
Will, 10 months, in New Zealand in 1983.
FUN WITH MUM
Elizabeth gives Charles, nearly 2, a lift around the house in 1950.
… and at Play
For heirs to the throne, the palace is a playground, rocking horses have lineage and piggyback rides come courtesy of the Queen
MY LITTLE PONY
Princess Elizabeth, 6 (with little sis Margaret in ’32), loved her toy horse collection.
AND ONE FOR GEORGE?
Royal tradition often hews to giving rocking horses as baby gifts. “They are the perfect ride for a child to learn balance,” says Marc Stevenson of Stevenson Brothers rocking horse company.
Elizabeth with Charles, 3, in his toy car at Balmoral in 1952.
Will, 3, and Harry, 13 months (with Di in ’85), liked to bang on the piano at Kensington Palace.