Families enjoyed a range of treats and activities when they attended Queen Caroline’s Garden Party at Kensington Palace .
The annual event whisks visitors back to the golden age of the palace, when Queen Caroline lived there with her husband George II, and took place from August 18 - 21).
The palace was turned inside out for the weekend, with tents popping up in the beautiful ornamental gardens, each packed with special activities representing different aspects of court life.
Palace guests got the chance to dress in clothes from the day, with large powdered wigs and frilly shirts very much in evidence.
There was also Georgian duels, where two people look to settle their differences with the sword, and interesting talks for adults about life in the Palace and the country during the Georgian age.
Youngsters were also be entertained with arts and crafts, while there was also the chance to learn army drills and sword moves is available too.
The much-loved Queen Caroline was also be on hand to pose for photos in a refulgent dress.