Queen Elizabeth attended the Ascot QIPCO Champions Day

Britain's Queen Elizabeth attended the Ascot QIPCO British Champions Day at Ascot Racecourse on October 15, 2016 in Ascot, England.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth at Ascot QIPCO British Champions Day Queen Elizabeth Style wore suit dress coat earrings bag
Britain's Queen Elizabeth at Ascot QIPCO British Champions Day Queen Elizabeth Style wore suit dress coat earrings bag
Britain's Queen Elizabeth at Ascot QIPCO British Champions Day Queen Elizabeth Style wore suit dress coat earrings bag
Britain's Queen Elizabeth views a portrait of herself by British artist Henry Ward, marking six decades of patronage to the British Red Cross, which has been unveiled at Windsor Castle on October 14, 2016 in Windsor, England. The Queen is the longest-serving patron of the charity, which supports people in crisis in the UK and overseas.
Queen Elizabeth Unveiles Her Portrait Marking Six Decades of Patronage. Style wore suit dress coat earrings bag
Queen Elizabeth Unveiles Her Portrait Marking Six Decades of Patronage. Style wore suit dress coat earrings bag
Queen Elizabeth Unveiles Her Portrait Marking Six Decades of Patronage. Style wore suit dress coat earrings bag

9 comments:

  1. I am pretty sure she does not like this painting. It is terrible. Almost like a caricature. Her hair looks like a bathing shower cap.
    Heads should roll I tell you!!!

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  2. It's a fairly good painting of the gilded door in the background. Dreadful of the Queen.

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    1. CE peintre devrait ne faire que de la peinture décorative

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    2. Son visage...personne ne merite cette representation.

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  3. I know now that Henry Ward should not paint my portrait! LOL

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    1. He should't be allowed to even hold a paint brush 😅

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  4. That's one for the attic !! Looks nothing like HM !

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  5. In the painting the queen is wearing the Kokoshkin tiara she inhertited from queen Alexandra, her great-grandmother. It looks like a typical Russian headdress, but it is really strange in the painting.

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