The world may change dramatically, but there's one thing that's for sure: The British Royal Family will endure. We're taking a look back from the days of King George V to Prince George.
Queen Mary and King George V leaves .
King George V, Queen Mary, and the Prince of Wales are seen out in front of the British Officers' club.
King George V and Queen Mary celebrate their silver anniversary. They married July 6, 1883.
King George V, Queen Mary, and their youngest son Prince John leave the Great Allied War Photographic Exhibition.
The future (then named Albert) is made Duke of York. Here, he poses while dressed in his robes for the House of Lords.
The Duke of York kicks off a charity football game between Tottenham Hotspurs and Corinthians.
Princess Mary marries Viscount Lascelles.
The Duke of York (the future King George VI) marries Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (the future Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mother). Also this year, Princess Mary gives birth to George Lascelles (7th Earl of of Harewood).
Princess Mary gives birth to a son, Gerald Lascelles.
The Duke of Kent, Queen Mary, Elizabeth, Duchess of York, and George, Duke of York visit Balmoral Castle.
The Duke and Duchess of York hold Elizabeth (the future ) at her christening.
A portrait of the young future queen, who bears more than a passing resemblance to her .
King George V and Queen Mary in a carriage on their way to the Knights of St John Ceremony at Westminster Abbey.
Princess Elizabeth on the platform at King's Cross station, about to depart with her Royal grandparents for Christmas holidays at their Norfolk country home, Sandringham.
The Duchess of York and Princess Elizabeth pose with the new , who was born on August 21.
The Duke and Duchess of York accompany Princesses Elizabeth and niece Diana, at Glamis Castle in Angus, Scotland, for the Golden Wedding celebrations of the Earl and Countess of Strathmore, the Duchess's parents.
Princess Elizabeth accompanies King George V and Queen Mary to a church service at Crathie, near Balmoral.
King George V, the Duke and Duchess of York, and Princess Elizabeth take a trip in the Royal carriage.
Prince George, Duke of Kent (son of George V and Queen Mary) marries Princess Marina.
Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret wave from the balcony with King George V and Queen Mary. Also this year, Prince Henry (son of George V and Queen Mary) marries Lady Alice Montagu Douglas Scott, and King George V's sister, Princess Victoria, dies.
King George V dies, Edward ascends to become King Edward VIII, then abdicates the throne 326 days later to . Here, he walks in his father's funeral procession with his brothers.
After his brother abdicates the throne, the Duke of York becomes King George VI. Here, we see His Royal Highness with Queen Elizabeth and Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret on Coronation Day.
Queen Elizabeth, King George VI, Queen Mary (center) and Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret observe the presentation of new colors to Grenadier Guards at Buckingham Palace.
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth sing a song at the King's Camp at Abergeldie Castle, with Princesses Margaret and Elizabeth.
The family poses together. Later this year, Buckingham Palace would be bombed during the Blitz, then again in November.
The King and Queen stayed in London during the war, and could be frequently out in public surveying damage. Here, they visit Salford.
The King and Queen pose with Princesses Margaret and Elizabeth. This year, tragedy hits when Prince George, Duke of Kent (King George's brother) is killed in active service only weeks after his son Michael is born.
Queen Elizabeth leads King George VI, and Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret around Sandringham Park, which was turned over to agricultural production to assist the war effort.
Here, we can see Princess Elizabeth, the future Queen, doing technical repair work during her military service in WWII.
King George VI and , who became close friends during WWII, appear together on balcony during Victory Day celebrations