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Take a look back at Princess Margaret’s iconic style, from her most over-the-top tiaras to her iconic wedding dress.
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Princess Margaret in the Windsor Garden in the summer of 1941. She turned 11 that summer.
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Princess Margaret, seated and wearing a multicolored dress and holding a straw hat.
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The princess is seated for a royal portrait in 1944, wearing a formal evening gown with sequined butterflies around the shoulder and holding two pink roses.
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Princess Margaret Rose at Buckingham Palace on her 17th birthday, August 20, 1947.
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Princess Margaret, along with the Lord Mayor of Bristol, is greeted by the Cadet Honor Guard on March 28, 1949 in Bristol.
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Princess Margaret, in a lace dress and long gloves, receives a bouquet of flowers in 1949.
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Princess Margaret celebrated the reopening ceremony of the Women’s Resident Training College for elementary teachers in Avery Hill, Etham in 1949.
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The princess poses in an ornate pink dress in 1949.
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Princess Margaret watches a Royal Air Force exhibit in Farnborough in 1950, dressed in a more casual outfit.
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Princess Margaret attends the film premiere Captain Horatio Hornblower at the Warner Theater Leicester Square on April 12, 1951.
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Princess Margaret speaks at a rally of the St. John’s Ambulance Brigade in 1953.
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Princess Margaret after a performance of Guys and dolls.
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Princess Margaret wearing a bright yellow dress and matching hat on her 1955 Caribbean tour.
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Princess Margaret opts for a great hat and sunglasses during the Kingston Races on the 1955 Royal Tour of the Caribbean.
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Princess Margaret wears a feathered blue hat, pearls and a patterned dress during her royal tour of East Africa in 1956.
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The princess dons a leopard coat during badminton events with Mary, the Princess Royal in 1957.
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Princess Margaret dances with Jackie Toaduff at a 1958 ball hosted by the English Folk Dance and Song Society. The princess wore a dress with a balloon skirt adorned with bows.
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Princess Margaret and her new husband Antony Armstrong-Jones leave Westminster Abbey after their wedding on May 6, 1960.
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Princess Margaret arrives at the Strowger Works in Liverpool, wearing a purple coat, green dress and matching hat.
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Princess Margaret wears a fur wrap, ruffled pink dress and spectacular jewelry to the film premiere Alamo at the Astoria in London on October 27, 1960.
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Princess Margaret, in an orange dress, stands alongside Prince of Sweden Bertil, Iranian Prince Golam Reza Pahlevi and ex-Italian Queen Marie Jose during the civil wedding ceremony of King of Belgium Baudoin and Fabiola le January 1, 1961.
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The princess attends a cinematic performance of the Royal Command in 1961, sporting a fur wrap, blue dress and lots of jewelry.
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Princess Margaret attends a wedding at Westminster Abbey in 1962
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Princess Margaret waves to the crowd on a visit to Jamaica. Here, she attends a ceremony marking the independence of the former British colonies on August 8, 1962 in Jamaica.
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Princess Margaret wearing the Poltimore tiara (and a perfectly coordinated headdress) goes to Buckingham Palace for a state banquet in 1962.
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Princess Margaret wears an extravagant hat in 1963.
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Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon arrive at the London Hilton hotel. The princess wears a cherry and gold dress and a brown mink stole.
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Princess Margaret and Sir Roger Makins at the opening of new residences at Imperial College in 1963.
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Princess Margaret at a gala preview for A A funny thing happened on the way to the forum. The event was in favor of the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.
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Princess Margaret wearing an 18th century ball gown and wig for the Georgian Ball, a charity event benefiting the Friends of St. John at Mansion House in London, July 1, 1964.
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