The Crown: See Photos of the Queen's Only Daughter Princess Anne in Her Rarely Seen Early Years
Queen Elizabeth (then Princess Elizabeth) and Prince Philip welcomed their second child (their first and only daughter), Princess Anne, on August 15, 1950.
While her mother settled into life as monarch, the little royal enjoyed simple childhood joys — like pushing her baby doll around in a carriage!
Princess Anne took after her mother's love of horses and became a competitive rider.
As a teenager, Princess Anne and Prince Charles began accompanying their parents on royal tours. In 1967, they visited the Isles of Scilly.
The entire family, including a teenage Anne and the family dogs, posed for photos on the grounds of Frogmore House in Windsor.
Princess Anne and her grandmother, Philip's mother Princess Alice, enjoyed a glam movie night at the Warner Theatre.
Anne met dignitaries from around the world, including when President Richard Nixon visited Buckingham Palace.
Princess Anne is all grown up! The Princess Royal is seen here on the grounds of Sandringham before the 1969 royal tour of Australia and New Zealand.
Queen Elizabeth lunches with Prince Philip and their children Princess Anne and Prince Charles at Windsor Castle in Berkshire around 1969. A camera is set up to film for Richard Cawston's BBC documentary Royal Family, which followed the royal family over a period of a year.
Anne dons a tiara and rides alongside her mother in the Irish State Coach as they drive to Westminster for the ceremonial opening of the new session of Parliament.
Princess Anne was walked down the aisle by her father at her 1973 wedding to Mark Phillips.
The beautiful bride joined her family on the iconic Buckingham Palace balcony after the ceremony at Westminster Abbey.
Princess Anne competed in the 1976 Olympics in Montreal, Canada.
A young royal mother! Anne and Mark welcomed their son, Peter, in Nov. 1977. Daughter Zara joined in 1981.