Childhood is meant to be a period of innocence, joy, and learning; a time when you don't have the burden of responsibility and can live in the moment without a care in the world. But how does that childhood change when your future is already laid out, when expectations are set, and you are subject to the public eye?
An exhibition at Buckingham Palace explores the Royal Childhood. Covering the last two hundred and fifty years of the British monarchy, you will get to explore objects from the royal collection, royal archives, and private collections, along with previously unseen photographs and film footage.
Running until the 28th September, admission is £19.75 for adults, £18.00 concessions, £11.25 for under 17s, and free for under 5s. The exhibition will feature twenty-five plus children from the royal family, with themes covering the family home, growing up, education, clothing, playing, and more.