Unseen pictures of Royal family taken by members of the public
Ahead of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding a new book is all set to be released. This book has photographs taken by general public and not the royal house.
These are some the brilliant pictures of the Royal Family that you would have never seen before. These unique and rare pictures were released by Photobox before the Royal wedding on May 19.
These pictures were taken by Britain public by their smartphones over the years.
This picture was taken by David Butler in 1995. Princess Diana was on a working visit to Birmingham.
Princess Diana in Portsmouth in 1991. This was captured by Sarah Hillyar in Portsmouth, Hampshire. She added: "She still had a big smile on her face and looked as fresh as a daisy!"
Here Princess Charlotte was pushed by her mum. She was addressing the Aldeburgh Festival in Suffolk.
This amazing picture was captured by John Aves. Brothers together in Botswana
This picture of Prince Harry was taken in July 2017 by Brook Rose O'Brien at RAF Honington.
This beautiful picture was captured by Ruth Rounce when Princess Diana visited Guy's Hospital in London in 1988.
This picture of Princess Anne was captured in 1991 in an event called 'Save the Children gala'. This picture was captured by Paul Ratcliffe.
This picture was captured by a person present in the traditional Maori greeting. He is seen pressing his nose and forehead to another encounter as done in the traditional event.