Television - Windmill Girls - Windmill Theatre, London
BBC Television Producer, Ernest Maxin, checks the costumes of the Windmill Girls rehearsing at the London Theatre for the show to be televised to celebrate the Windmill's 25th anniversary. The girls are (l-r) Sandra Penders, of Blackpool, Perin Lewis, of Colchester, Marion West, of Ilford, Joan Hodgins, of Sidcup, Jill Turner, of Tooting, Denise Warren, of Weston-Super-Mare, Jillian Larraby, of Liverpool, and Valerie Hill, of Chatham.
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Parker Bowles Coronation anniversary
Camilla Parker Bowles leaves Westminster Abbey following a service to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. 16 senior members of the Royal family and other VIPs were among the congregation with some 1, 000 members of the public. * including 34 'Coronation babies' born on June 2, 1953 and celebrating their 50th birthdays. In the afternoon, The Queen is attending a children's tea party in the garden of Buckingham Palace.
Prince of Wales Canada
The Prince of Wales wears a white satin blanket with burgundy stars, which was laid across his shoulders as a rare gift from native Indian elders, signalling friendship and protection, at Wanuskewin Heritage Park, an aboriginal centre. * in the Saskatchewan province of Canada, which he visited on the fourth day of his six-day tour of Canada. Prince Charles was also given an Indian name - by a native chief who thought it up while relaxing in a sauna and shall now be known to native Indians as Kisikawpisim Kamiyowahpahmikroot, which roughly translated means: "The sun watches over in a good way."