A new book provides a unique photographic record of the royal family - from the people's perspective.
The Crown from the Crowd contains over 250 previously unseen, lost or forgotten images from the nation's 'attic archives'.
And some of those include photos of royal trips to Northern Ireland.
The book charts the extraordinary evolution of the people, characters and behaviour of the members of the House of Windsor.
The book, out now, came about after former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond issued a national call-to-action to plunder their albums and attics for unseen photographs of the royals.
The book will raise funds for veterans' charity, Help for Heroes.