Norman Parkinson at the wedding of Mark Phillips and Princess Anne

1 portrait of Princess Anne

Norman Parkinson at the wedding of Mark Phillips and Princess Anne

by Tim Jenkins
bromide print on card mount, 1973
12 in. x 10 in. (305 mm x 252 mm)
Photographs Collection
NPG x30169

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  • Princess Anne (1950-), Equestrian sportswoman; daughter of Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Royal. Sitter in 114 portraits.
  • Norman Parkinson (1913-1990), Photographer. Sitter in 13 portraits, Artist of 241 portraits.
  • Captain Mark Anthony Peter Phillips (1948-), Horse rider and equestrian consultant; husband of Princess Anne. Sitter in 5 portraits.

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30 July 2015, 23:19

Best man to the left is Eric Grounds; page boy is Prince Edward and bridesmaid is Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones.

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