Childhood photos of the Queen are included in a book to mark her 80th birthday. One shows the young princess on a Shetland pony, a gift from her grandfather King George V.
Among the historic photos is one showing four-year-old Princess Elizabeth with her grandmother Queen Mary in 1930.
A photo from 1930 shows the young princess sitting on her own in a horse-drawn landau outside her first London home at No. 145 Piccadilly.
In a letter penned by the Queen when she was five, she thanks her grandmother Queen Mary for a doll's house
Young princess Elizabeth is shown with the Countess of Airlie in the book, Queen Elizabeth II: A Birthday Souvenir Album.
The eight-year-old princess was pictured in a ruffled-sleeve dress when she was a bridesmaid at the wedding of her uncle Prince George, Duke of Kent, to Princess Marina of Greece.
A glimpse of royal family life in 1933 is revealed in a photo taken outside the miniature house, known as 'Y Bwthyn Bach", at Royal Lodge.
Seven-year-old Princess Elizabeth told her grandmother she had lost a front tooth and enjoyed a fancy-dress party in 1934.
A photo from 1935 shows the Queen with Hungarian sculptor Sigismund de Strobl in his studio next to a marble sculpture of herself.
By November 1938, the future monarch's handwriting was smaller and grown-up as she tells her grandmother her news.