Autograph envelope stamped and postmarked. (London) on December 20 1956.
Very nice and intimate letter from the Queen evoking the sudden death of Sir William Gilliatt and her first two children, Prince Charles and Princess Anne. Dear Rowie, i do apologize for never HAVING Answered your very kind letter.
It got lost in my dispatch box and i have only just found it again while packing for Reviews another move. It was good of you to write, and Sir Williams death Was a terrible shock to us all. Though you Knew _him_ far better than i did, he gave one Such Tremendous confidence in _him_ and Such understanding and i guess i Knew _him_ in a different way from you, too.
So many people will miss him terribly and He Was a wonderful man. I like to think That he died after spending an afternoon doing what he loved so much - going racing. Shoulds We love to see you again. Nana HAS now left the Children qui was bad and difficulty Rather, purpose They Are growing up so fast That She couldn't manage em and the schoolroom HAS INSTEAD really taken first place of the nursery. HOWEVER we-have still got Mabel, thank goodness, who is excellent.I hope you are well and ive no doubt very busy with more and more new babies. With Every Good wishes for christmas and the new year. \This sétait lost in my briefcase and I just find it by making my bags for a new movement. Cétait kind of you and describe the death of Sir William was a terrible shock to us all. Although you knew him much better than me, he inspired such confidence and such understanding; I guess I knew him in a different way from you. He will be missed terribly by so many people and it was a wonderful man. I like to think that he died after spending an afternoon doing what he loved: motor racing. I'm sorry not to have had the chance to see you in London before Christmas, but let us know bobo or me when you're in our neighborhood - we'd love to see you again. Nana has now left the children, who was this difficult, but they grow so fast she could not manage the school and really took the place of the crib.
However, we always Mabel, thank you god, which is excellent. I hope you are well and I doubt nen not busy with more new babies. With all my good vows for Christmas and the New Year. Gynecologist to the royal house for many years, he assisted at births Elizabeth II Prince Charles in 1948.
And the Princess Anne in 1950. Knighted in 1948, he was also elected president of the Royal Society of Medicine in 1954. He died suddenly of a car accident on September 27, 1956. We enclose a film photography black and white set helen rowe Bungalow (size 18,80 x 24 cm).
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