Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the RHS Chelsea Flower Show has had to be cancelled and moved to a virtual event. Early on Monday, The Queen released a message of support for the RHS ahead of the beginning of online tutorials and videos.

Here at Royal Circular we wanted to take a look back at some highlights of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show over the years in pictures.

King George V and Queen Mary attend the Chelsea Flower Show in 1930.
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King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in a display garden at the Flower Show in May 1950. 
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Queen Elizabeth II attends her first Chelsea Flower Show as Queen in 1952.
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The Queen views a display of tea roses named ‘Silver Jubilee’ to mark her 25 years on the Throne in 1977.
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Prince Charles and The Duchess of Cornwall are always regulars at the Show.
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The Queen Mother attends in May 2001 in what would have been her last visit to the Flower Show.
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The Queen is shown around William and Catherine’s ‘Back to Nature’ show garden in 2019.
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A picture that needs no words.
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Photo: Guy Evans

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