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Jelsa again (Elsa and an older Jack Frost)
Arianne Martell - Julien Macdonald fall 2014
Nick Wooster. Source: mattbarnesphoto.tumblr.com
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Svetlana Zakharova and David Hallberg in Bolshoi’s The Sleeping Beauty, November, 17th, 2011
Photo by Damir Yusupov
The Young Victoria (2009) depicts the story of Queen Victoria in her early years. Victoria’s descendant, Princess Beatrice of York, has been involved in the film industry, becoming the first member of the British Royal Family to appear in a non-documentary film when she made a brief non-speaking appearance as an “extra” in the film, based around the accession and Coronation of Beatrice’s fourth-great-grandmother. Beatrice is seen in the second gif.
Francesca Miranda 2014 Bridal Collection
The Catherine Palace (Russian: Екатерининский дворец) is a Rococo palace located in the town of Tsarskoye Selo (Pushkin), 25 km south-east of St. Petersburg, Russia. It was the summer residence of the Russian tsars.
The residence originated in 1717, when Catherine I of Russia engaged the German architect Johann-Friedrich Braunstein to construct a summer palace for her pleasure. Over the years, the palace was expanded. On 30 July 1756 the architect presented the brand-new 325-meter-long palace to the Empress Elizabeth, her dazed courtiers, and stupefied foreign ambassadors.
During Elizabeth’s lifetime, the palace was famed for its lavish exterior. More than 100 kilograms of gold were used to gild the sophisticated stucco façade and numerous statues erected on the roof. It was even rumored that the palace’s roof was constructed entirely of gold. In front of the palace a great formal garden was laid out. The interior of the pavilion featured dining tables with dumbwaiter mechanisms. A delicate cast-iron grille separates the complex from the town of Tsarskoe Selo. Although the palace is popularly associated with Catherine the Great, she actually regarded its “whipped cream” architecture as old-fashioned.
In Twentieth Century Fox’s 1997 animated feature, “Anastasia”, the Catherine Palace is depicted inaccurately as the home of the last imperial family.