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Society photographer Lord Snowdon took this picture of his then wife Princess Margaret, the Queen's younger sister, in 1967

Lord Snowdon, the former husband of Princess Margaret, has died at the age of 86. Buckingham Palace said the Queen had been informed, but did not comment further.

Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones The Bride: Princess Margaret, younger sister of Queen Elizabeth II. The Groom: Antony Armstrong-Jones, a photographer. However, Princess Margaret's first love was the divorced Peter Townsend, whom her sister forbade her from marrying. When: May 6, 1960. Where: Westminster Abbey. It was the first royal wedding broadcast on TV.

While many royal weddings don't garner the attention of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's nuptials, it doesn't mean that they lack in lavishness. These couples'

Fact Vs. Fiction: Princess Margaret's 'Raunchy' Marriage (Affairs! A Love Child!) on The Crown

There is much more to know about Princess Margaret than her doomed love affair, her taste for liquor and her epic put-downs. Now a new generation of royals fans will be introduced to her wild marriage to society photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, a central theme of season two of The Crown. Margaret (Vanessa Kirby) married Armstrong-Jones (Downton Abbey‘s Matthew Goode) in May 1960 — but even while they planned their engagement, the groom-to-be was still conducting another affair. As he

Altar bound: Bride Princess Margaret is accompanied by her brother-in-law Prince Philip as...

As the nation prepares for Prince Harry's nuptials to Meghan Markle on May 19, the Daily Mail is counting down the days by reflecting on the best loved royal nuptials. We share the original Daily Mail reports of Princess Margaret's wedding to Lord Snowdon on May 7, 1960.

Princess Margaret Rose Wearing White Dress

Princess Margaret was known for her sense of style and elegance — take a look back at a few of her most glamorous moments!