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Star: Richmond Park is not only popular with actresses like Hepburn, pictured, but has also been used as a set for films. The first film was shot five years after this picture, called The Titfield Thunderbolt, using the park for a train crash

Stunning photographs capture life in Richmond Park 100 years ago

Star: Richmond Park is not only popular with actresses like Hepburn, pictured, but has also been used as a set for films. The first film was shot five years after this picture, called The Titfield Thunderbolt, using the park for a train crash

Emma Watson ♥ April 15, 1990 in: Paris (France) Sun: 25°25' Aries AS: 27°00' Virgo Moon: 25°53' Sagittarius MC: 26°13' Gemini Dominants: Sagittarius, Capricorn, Virgo Mercury, Moon, Jupiter Houses 4, 8, 10 / Earth, Fire / Mutable Chinese Astrology: Metal Horse Numerology: Birthpath 11 Height: Emma Watson is 5' 5" (1m65) tall

Emma Watson ♥ April 15, 1990 in: Paris (France) Sun: 25°25' Aries AS: 27°00' Virgo Moon: 25°53' Sagittarius MC: 26°13' Gemini Dominants: Sagittarius, Capricorn, Virgo Mercury, Moon, Jupiter Houses 4, 8, 10 / Earth, Fire / Mutable Chinese Astrology: Metal Horse Numerology: Birthpath 11 Height: Emma Watson is 5' 5" (1m65) tall

The Richmond Brooch has been identified by several different names over the years. In the original edition of Leslie Field's The Queen's Jewels, it was identified as the Warwick Sun Brooch, and in a later edition, it was called the Surrey Brooch. Hugh Roberts' The Queen's Diamonds has now corrected this to be the brooch from Richmond.  The confusion may have started when over 40 brooches were given to the then-Princess Victoria Mary of Teck. It's not surprising that some confusion has…

The Richmond Brooch has been identified by several different names over the years. In the original edition of Leslie Field's The Queen's Jewels, it was identified as the Warwick Sun Brooch, and in a later edition, it was called the Surrey Brooch. Hugh Roberts' The Queen's Diamonds has now corrected this to be the brooch from Richmond. The confusion may have started when over 40 brooches were given to the then-Princess Victoria Mary of Teck. It's not surprising that some confusion has…

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