WIN a commemorative Corgi Routemaster or Classic Mini!
2017 marks the 70th Anniversary of the wedding of HM Queen Elizabeth II and HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
To celebrate this historic occasion, iconic die-cast model maker Corgi has produced a die-cast Classic Routemaster and Mini, both in unique commemorative liveries.
Princess Elizabeth was married to Philip Mountbatten at Westminster Abbey on November 20, 1947 at 11:30 am, in front of 2,000 invited guests. The service was officiated by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York and was broadcast by radio to over 200 million people worldwide.
Princess Elizabeth’s satin bridal gown was designed by Norman Hartnell, Dressmaker to Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, the material being purchased by the use of ration coupons.
Over 10,000 congratulatory telegrams were received and over 2,500 wedding presents were gifted, from across the world.
Corgi are now offering their congratulations 70 years on with these two special commemorative die-cast models, both immaculately crafted as you would expect. You can buy one (or both) from their website at www.corgi.co.uk or better still why not try and win one in our great competition?
We have 5 of each model to give away to 10 lucky Royal Life readers
All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning one of these beautiful models is answer this simple question:
Where did Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip go on honeymoon?
C. Greek Islands
Please fill out the form below to enter the competition:
Alternatively please send your answer to us via email at email@example.com or by post to the editorial address:
Legacy Magazines Ltd
Unit 4, Faraday Close
Oakwood Industrial Estate
Clacton on Sea, Essex
CO15 4TR, UK
Remember to include your name, address, email and contact number. The competition deadline is November 30th, 2017. The winner will be selected at random and revealed in issue 34, and on the Royal Life Facebook page.
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