Hot on the heels of The Queens 90th Birthday weekend is her visit to Royal Ascot Racecourse in Berkshire. The Queen was caught up in an unusual trend that making creating a new kind of selfie called a Baldscape. The Queen attendance iat the races feature a horse race renamed the Gold Cup In Honour of the Queen’s 90th Birthday. The Queen is seeking her 23rd Royal Ascot winner as an owner, with the last coming courtesy of Estimate in the 2013 Gold Cup.
The British Queen is an the iconic face of the nation and the most prestigious elder Stateswoman in the world. From her early life as a carefree girl, where she was educated at home with her sister Princess Margaret, to meeting heads of state, the world’s biggest celebrities and thousands of ordinary people, much of the Queen’s life has been captured on camera.
When you are, quite possibly, the most photographed person in history, you might feel that you’d had quite enough of cameras. You might conclude that there were enough images of you and your family and that the last thing you would wish to do is to add to them. On the evening of her 90th birthday, as she and her immediate family settle down at Windsor Castle to a dinner hosted by the Prince of Wales, BBC1 viewers will have a chance to watch Elizabeth at 90 – a touching compilation of home movies filmed by the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, a good many of which have never before been seen outside royal circles.