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Framed Print : Zara Phillips Receives Her Medal From Her Mother, The Prince

Zara Phillips Receives Her Medal From Her Mother, The Prince



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Zara Phillips Receives Her Medal From Her Mother, The Prince

Zara Phillips Receives Her Medal From Her Mother, The Princess Royal Great Britain London 2012 Olympic Games, Equestrian, Team Eventing Greenwich Park, London, England 31 July 2012 Date: 31 July 2012

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Media ID 25120812

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Britain Equestrian Eventing Great Medal Mother Phillips Princess Receives Riding Hat Team Zara


14"x12" (38x32cm) Modern Frame

Celebrate the unforgettable moment of triumph with our Framed Print of Zara Phillips receiving her medal from her mother, The Princess Royal, at the London 2012 Olympic Games. Captured by Mary Evans Sports, this exquisite photograph from the historic event in Greenwich Park showcases the pride and joy shared between mother and daughter. Bring this inspiring image into your home as a cherished reminder of British sports history. Order your Framed Print from Media Storehouse today.

Wood effect frame, card mounted, 10x8 archival quality photo print. Overall outside dimensions 14x12 inches (38x32cm). Environmentally and ozone friendly, 40mm wide x 15mm Polycore® moulding has the look of real wood, is durable and light and easy to hang. Biodegradable and made with non-chlorinated gases (no toxic fumes) it is efficient; producing 100 tons of polystyrene can save 300 tons of trees! Prints are glazed with lightweight, shatterproof, optical clarity acrylic (providing the same general protection from the environment as glass). The back is stapled hardboard with a sawtooth hanger attached. Note: To minimise original artwork cropping, for optimum layout, and to ensure print is secure, the visible print may be marginally smaller

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Estimated Image Size (if not cropped) is 24.4cm x 18.7cm (9.6" x 7.4")

Estimated Product Size is 37.6cm x 32.5cm (14.8" x 12.8")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) orientation to match the source image.


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EDITORS COMMENTS
In this photo print, we witness a truly remarkable moment of triumph and family pride. Zara Phillips, the talented equestrian from Great Britain, stands tall on the podium at the London 2012 Olympic Games. With grace and determination etched across her face, she receives her hard-earned medal from none other than her mother, The Princess Royal. The significance of this image goes beyond mere athletic achievement; it symbolizes the unbreakable bond between a mother and daughter. As Zara's riding hat glistens under the spotlight, it is clear that she has inherited not only her exceptional talent but also her unwavering spirit from her royal lineage. The atmosphere in Greenwich Park is electric as spectators cheer for their beloved athlete who has made them proud. This momentous occasion serves as a testament to Zara's dedication to equestrian sports and showcases Great Britain's excellence in team eventing. As we gaze upon this photograph captured by Mary Evans Picture Library, we are reminded of the power of sport to unite nations and inspire generations. It encapsulates the essence of the Olympic Games - celebrating both individual achievements and collective success. This print is more than just an image frozen in time; it represents a legacy passed down through generations within one extraordinary family. It reminds us that with passion, perseverance, and unwavering support from loved ones like The Princess Royal, dreams can become reality on even the grandest stage imaginable.

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