Born Antony Armstrong-Jones, Lord Snowdon photographed some of the most famous faces of the 20th century, from Diana, Princess of Wales to Jack Nicholson and Elizabeth Taylor, in a career that lasted more than six decades. He will be remembered as the man who married into the royal family, wedding the Queen's younger sister, Princess Margaret in 1960. Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon had two children and it is said that following their divorce after 18 years of marriage, he remained close to the monarchy. He is the only photographer to have had sittings with HM Queen Elizabeth II throughout her long reign. The Eton-educated photographer died peacefully at his home on 13 Jan 2017 aged 86.