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Royal Collection Trust - Buckingham Palace summer exhibition announced
BUCKINGHAM PALACE SUMMER EXHIBITION ANNOUNCED
We hope you enjoyed a break over Easter and are ready for our latest selection of news, events and exhibitions, including pieces from the commemorative china range created for the royal wedding in May.
To mark the 70th birthday of The Prince of Wales this year, the Summer Opening of Buckingham Palace will include a special display of over 100 works of art personally selected by His Royal Highness, including the cloak of Napoleon Bonaparte (pictured here).
Our exhibition showcasing some of the gifts presented to The Prince of Wales during his tour of India in 1875-6 will be closing in a few weeks. Don't miss your chance to see the range of intricately decorated objects on display. A selection of the objects will also feature in an exhibition in London this summer.
This Easter holiday, come and have a go at Restoration arts and discover the hidden stories behind the art in the exhibition Charles II: Art & Power in our free workshops. Activities take place at various times across the four days, and are free with a standard admission ticket.
Dining in public was an important aspect of royal display and a way of offering access to the sovereign. Following the Restoration of the monarchy in 1660, the custom was revived by Charles II. Explore some of the objects in our online trail, and visit the exhibition Charles II: Art & Powerat The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace.
The official range of china to celebrate the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is now available in store and online. The exclusive designs in white and cornflower blue show a monogram of the couple's initials, tied together with white ribbons and surmounted by the coronet of Prince Harry.