Make yourself at home with the Queen
East Londoners are being asked to make themselves at home with the Queen and star in an exhibition celebrating her Diamond Jubilee next year.
The Museum of London is looking for people to be photographed in their homes with their personal mementoes of the monarch.
The At Home With The Queen exhibition will run at the museum in central London from next May to mark Elizabeth II’s 60 years on the throne.
It will include snaps of 10 lucky participants who will be professionally photographed with their piece of memorabilia.
The cherished object can be anything from a wall portrait to a china cup or a collection of royal souvenirs.
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Other entrants could still have their own photos included in the exhibition.
To be considered, submit a photograph of yourself or a nominated friend or family member, at home with their prized possession.
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Email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org, or post to Museum of London, 150 London Wall, London, EC2Y 5HN, with a brief description of the image and contact details.
The closing date for submissions is midnight on December 23.