Child models in Lancashire cotton dresses put on fashion show for Queen.
Title reads: "Child Mannequins at the Palace".
Buckingham Palace, London.
Child models wear dresses made from Lancashire cotton and do a fashion show for the Queen. The dresses are part of a display by the Cotton Board is organising for New York to develop the country's export market.
M/S of 2 little girls playing catch with ball in grand room at Palace, 3 smaller girls watch. M/S of line of child models walking past camera. The models, all girls, walk very stiffly with good posture. M/S of Queen Elizabeth (later Queen Mother). M/S of girls playing ring-a-ring-a-roses. M/S of Queen Elizabeth sitting in a chair. The models walk in front of the Queen, pausing to curtsey in front of her. M/S of Queen looking a dress worn by very small girl. C/U of sign on a door knob reading "HM The King's Room, Private". A little girls goes up to the door and tries the handle.