Then-Princess Elizabeth II is held by her parents at her christening on May 29, 1926.
Elizabeth wore a matching outfit with her mother for their big reunion when her parents returned from their trip to Australia.
HRH appeared to have a little bit of a pout while posing for these photos around age two.
Three-year-old Elizabeth wore a ruffled skirt while walking with her family.
Little Elizabeth was wrapped in lace in this photo taken from a family album.
The future queen wore gloves and a peacoat to walk her dog in this photo taken when she was around five years old.
Elizabeth put on her Sunday best to attend church with her grandparents in Scotland in September 1932.
Even at seven years old, HRH had a fondness for purses.
Elizabeth II seemed to be taking in her mother's glamour as they arrived at Olympia in June 1934.
The future queen's equestrian style is envious even if you don't ride horses.
Princess Elizabeth II rocked a crown while standing on the balcony during her mother's coronation.
The family resemblance is clearly visible in this portrait of Elizabeth and her sister Margaret.
Elizabeth was all buttoned up and sporting a festive hat in the Royal Box at the annual Aldershot Tattoo event.
HRH sported the awards she received for swimming as part of a team at the Bath Club around the age of 13.
Princesses Margaret and Elizabeth II got on the radio in a broadcast to the children of the empire on October 13, 1940.
The sisters dressed in identical summer outfits to play with their pet chameleon on July 8, 1941.
Sixteen-year-old Elizabeth striking a pose in her Girl Guides uniform in June 1942.
Elizabeth II and Margaret wore their costumes while practicing lines for their royal pantomime production of Aladdin in December 1943.
Always a corgi lover, Elizabeth II wore a floral dress and pearls to spend time with her dog Sue in May 1944.
Elizabeth wore her second subaltern (similar to second lieutenant) uniform while serving in the Auxiliary Territorial Service during World War II.
Elizabeth wore pink and pearls while being photographed at her writing desk in Buckingham Palace in September 1946.
Princess Elizabeth and Prince Phillip pose together following their engagement in the summer of 1947.
Elizabeth holds newborn Prince Charles at his christening while sitting alongside her grandmother, Queen Mary, and father, King George VI.
Elizabeth wore all green while attending the Epsom Derby on June 4, 1949.
The family dressed to the nines to watch the Royal Command Performance at the London Palladium in November 1950.
The future queen dances with Lord Louis Mountbatten during a dinner at London's Savoy Hotel on July 3, 1951.
At her coronation at Buckingham Palace on June 2, 1953, the Queen wore a three-pound crown which featured the fourth largest diamond in the world, weighing in at 3,601 carats. It's currently being guarded at the .
This lace dress looks like it could be at home in Kate Middleton or Meghan Markle's closet.
Queen Elizabeth kept it simple in a tailored button up dress at the Agricultural Show in Brecon, Wales.