The then 18-year-old Princess wore a floral frock to present a trophy cup treat on the grounds of Windsor Castle in Berkshire, England.
The future Queen delighted in Christmas play for the family.
Princess Elizabeth sported a smart double-breasted coat before boarding a Royal Navy aircraft en route to South Africa.
Princess Elizabeth looked breathtaking on Nov. 20, 1947, the day she wed the Duke of Edinburgh at Westminster Abbey.
The then Princess married Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh in a sweeping Norman Hartnell gown. The dress featured embroidered white satin, long sleeves and a fit-and-flare silhouette.
Because England was still rationing clothing in 1947, Princess Elizabeth used ration coupons to purchase the material for her dress.
The then Princess wore an embellished gown and fur stole to the Official Postal Address of Apsley House in London.
Princess Elizabeth joined her father King George VI at the Derby at Epsom wearing a skirt suit, fascinator and ankle-strap pumps.
The then princess attended the International Wool Secretariat Exhibition in London sporting a trim skirt suit, hat and white gloves.
Queen Elizabeth II attended a Royal film performance at Leicester Square in London wearing a two-tone gown and matching gloves.
Queen Elizabeth II posed in full royal garb (scepter included) during her Coronation ceremony on June 2, 1953 at Westminster Abbey in London. She was 25.
Queen Elizabeth II wore another gown by Norman Hartnell, the designer behind the royal's white satin wedding dress, for her Coronation ceremony.
The Queen sported a waist-cinching white lace dress to a garden party in Sydney, Australia. She complemented her look with a wide-brim hat, matching white gloves and parasol.
Queen Elizabeth attended an event in Australia alongside Prince Philip wearing a peach-hued gown, crown and diamond necklace.
Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret—both wearing structured fit-and-flare frocks—left St. Margaret's church in London after attending a wedding for the Queen's lady-in-waiting, Kathryn Stanley.
Former President Richard Nixon, who was vice president at the time, escorted the Queen—who wore an embroidered gown, fur stole and white gloves—to an event during her first visit to America in October 1957.
The Queen donned a long fur-trimmed coat at Westminster Abbey in London, where she unveiled a memorial to the Civil Services of the Crown in India.
Queen Elizabeth II wore a fitted trench coat in Crawley, England after attending the opening of Gatwick Airport with her husband Prince Philip.
Her Majesty stood arm-in-arm with her daughter Princess Anne, wearing a rosy floral skirt suit, pearls and black pumps.
The Queen wore another Norman Hartnell—this time a beaded white confection—to a film premiere.
The monarch struck a pose with her pups in a smart emerald-green skirt suit.
Queen Elizabeth II took in a sporting event at the Racecourse for the Oaks Stakes in Surrey, England sporting a yellow skirt, buttoned cape and matching hat.
The Queen kept warm in a military green windbreak at an outdoor event.
Queen Elizabeth II and The Queen Mother arrived at Westminster Abbey for a wedding in printed ensembles and cocktail hats.