Queen Elizabeth, the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Charles and Princess Anne went to the Aldwych Theatre in London tonight (Thursday) to see two productions of the Comedie Francaise.
Front of the Aldwych Theatre
Royal party arriving and greeted by Mr Farmer
Scenes in the foyer -- Baron and Baronne de Courcel, Mr. and Mrs Peter Daubeny, Lord and Lady Longford, Peter Hall (the Royal Shakespeare Company's managing director) and his wife presented to the Royal party.
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Background: Queen Elizabeth, the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Charles and Princess Anne went to the Aldwych Theatre in London tonight (Thursday) to see two productions of the Comedie Francaise. They were the guests of the French Ambassador, the Baron de Courcel, and his wife.
The Queen wore a full-length dress of primrose yellow corded silk, with a white mink stole, and Princess Anne's dress was of garter-blue silk. The Royal family were at the Aldywch to see productions of "Le Jue de Lamour et du Hasard" and "Feu la Mere de Madam".
Inside the foyer, the Royal party were received by Mr. Farmer, Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Royal Shakespeare Company, and met the French Ambassador and his wife. After the performance, the Royal visitors went to a supper party given by the Baron de Courcel at Kensington Park Gardens.