Mountbatten Daughters

Pamela Mountbatten (later Hicks, left) and Patricia Mountbatten (later Knatchbull), at Mansion House in London, 10th July 1946. They are accompanying their father, Lord Louis Mountbatten, as he receives the Freedom of the City of London. Patricia is wearing the uniform of a Wren, of the Women's Royal Naval Service, from which she has recently been demobilised. (Photo by Central Press/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Pamela Mountbatten (later Hicks, left) and Patricia Mountbatten (later Knatchbull), at Mansion House in London, 10th July 1946. They are accompanying their father, Lord Louis Mountbatten, as he receives the Freedom of the City of London. Patricia is wearing the uniform of a Wren, of the Women's Royal Naval Service, from which she has recently been demobilised. (Photo by Central Press/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Mountbatten Daughters
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Credit:
Central Press / Stringer
Editorial #:
112123263
Collection:
Hulton Archive
Date created:
10 July, 1946
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Hulton Archive
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