Sisters Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret couldn't have been more different. While the British monarch is staid and consistent, her younger sister was known as a rebellious royal. Their relationship, which was close-knit up until Margaret's death in 2002, is catalogued in The Crown, but here's what it looked like in real life.
Elizabeth and Margaret posed with the Queen Mother and their dogs for a portrait in the gardens at Windsor.
Margaret and Elizabeth on the grounds of Windsor with one of their pet dogs, Chu-Chu.
The sisters sat in the gardens and played with their pet corgi.
The sisters were enraptured by the penguins during a trip to the London Zoo.
Margaret and Elizabeth played a duet together with one of their pet corgis at their feet.
The two sisters rode horseback on the grounds of Windsor. Both of them cared deeply for horses throughout their lives.
This picture from 1940 shows Margaret and Elizabeth playing a card game similar to Scrabble in the Royal Lodge at Windsor.
Then-Princess Elizabeth made her first radio broadcast with her sister by her side.
Elizabeth and Margaret, wearing matching frocks, rode through Windsor Park with one of their corgis.
On a sunny day, the sisters sunbathed on the Windsor lawn with one of their beloved dogs.
Always in matching outfits, Elizabeth and Margaret posed with the Queen Mother in the gardens at Windsor Castle.
Here they sat in Buckingham Palace, wearing matching blazers and skirts. We'll take a pair of Margaret's Mary Janes, please.
The sisters posed on their bicycles.
As part of the girl guides (a group similar to the Girl Scouts in the United States), Princess Elizabeth fastened a sling around Princess Margaret's shoulder.
After a wedding at Westminster Abbey, the sisters walked under the guard of honour.
The Queen Mother posed for a portrait with the Princesses.
The two sisters posed by a horse-drawn carriage and one of their corgis outside Windsor Castle.
Princess Margaret and then-Princess Elizabeth were bridesmaids at the wedding of Captain Lord Brabourne and Patricia Mountbatten.
The family spent a night out at the re-opening of the Royal Opera House, where they saw Sleeping Beauty by the Sadler's Wells Ballet company.
Princess Margaret, 16, and Princess Elizabeth, 20, took a stunning portrait wearing white gowns and strings of pearls.
Margaret and Elizabeth played tag with midshipman aboard the HMS Vanguard on their way to South Africa.
On the train across South Africa, the Princesses paid a visit to the steam engine.
The two wore fashionable coats and toppers at the memorial to FDR in Grosvenor Square.
Elizabeth, wrapped in a fur coat, and Margaret, in a silky gown, looked elegant as they arrived at the theater.
Princess Margaret stood with Queen Elizabeth II and her baby daughter Princess Anne.
The Queen Mother, Queen Elizabeth, and Princess Margaret wore veils on their way to attend the funeral of King George VI.
Margaret and Elizabeth sat in the Royal Box to watch the Royal Variety Performance at the Palladium in London.
The sisters watched competitors at the Olympic Horse Trials through binoculars.
After their summer holiday in Balmoral, Princess Margaret sat with Queen Elizabeth and her children on their way back to London.
Princess Margaret smoked a cigarette while Elizabeth adjusted her camera at the Badminton horse competition.