Colour in the letters and spell out the words - 70 Years Our Queen! - on this fun colouring banner, perfect as a class or group activity and in the royal purple colours of the Queen's Plantinum Jubilee.
Royal Family Colouring Pages
Whether you are celebrating a royal occasion, studying the British Royal family, or perhaps looking for an activity to accompany a trip to London, we hope you enjoy these Royal Family colouring pages.
This colouring page captures the excitement of June 1953 and Queen Elizabeth's coronation. Make sure to colour the Queen's coach in gold! Imagine watching this procession and cheering as she drove by!
We've based this royal crown colouring page on the Imperial State Crown, worn by Queen Elizabeth on special royal occasions.
Here's a colouring page of a royal crown for younger children. We've kept the details simple so it would also work well as the base for a collage, perhaps?
Little ones can practise their handwriting skills with this tracing worksheet, perfect for royal or fairy tale themes.
Design a stamp to commemorate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, another special occasion or perhaps to celebrate your favourite hero or holiday! We've got two versions: one with the Queen's silhouette in the corner, just like a real British stamp; and one blank.
Dressed up smartly for a royal visit here's a fun colouring page of Catherine the Princess of Wales.
This portrait-style colouring page shows the Duke of Edinburgh as he neared his retirement from public duty.
This colouring page of His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, or Prince Philip, comes complete with its own ornate gilt frame! It's certain to make an impact on display...
Colour in the letters and spell out the words - God Save the Queen! - on this colouring banner, perfect as a class or group activity and in the royal purple colours of the Queen's Plantinum Jubilee.
This simple lettered God Save the Queen colouring page will be fun for younger children, and can look extremely effective when complete, whether they choose royal purple colours, something completely different, or traditional red, white and blue.
Colour in the letters and spell out the words - Happy and Glorious! - on this fun colouring banner, perfect as a class or group activity and in the royal purple colours of the Queen's Plantinum Jubilee. These words of course come from the National Anthem.
Colour in the letters and spell out the words - Platinum Jubilee! - on this colouring banner as a class or group activity. We've used the royal purple colours of the Queen's Plantinum Jubilee.
Here's something a little different! Colour in our royal corgi for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee 2022! We've done the Union Flag for you...
Here's a lovely, doodly, detailed colouring page for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, marking 70 years of her reign. It's perfect for older children (and adults) to colour in.
We love a royal wedding at Activity Village, so we are thrilled to be producing this colouring page to celebrate Prince Harry's engagement to Meghan Markle. Colour in the happy couple.
We took the idea for this colouring page from one of the official engagement photos when the news was released that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would be married in May 2018 - how exciting! Colour in this "framed" engagement picture.
Here's a simple, fun colouring page of Prince Harry, looking splendid in his dress uniform, for kids to print and colour.
Prince Harry always looks fantastic in his uniform, but he also looks great in more relaxed clothes like on this colouring page - even a Prince needs time off to relax!
Have fun colouring in this picture of Prince Harry, dressed up in his uniform and ready for his wedding to Meghan Markle.
Here is a lovely colouring page of Diana, Princess of Wales, who died in August 1997, aged 36. Diana was the mother of Prince William and Prince Harry.
We've embellished this lovely colouring pages of Diana, Princess of Wales, with a frame, to turn it into a lovely portrait that you can colour and cut out.
On special occasions, the Queen and members of the Royal Family come out onto the balcony of Buckingham Palace to wave to the crowds below. We hope you enjoy this lovely Queen Elizabeth balcony appearance colouring page!
Each member of the Royal Family has a cypher, rather like a monogram, using initials and often a crown. Here is the royal cypher of Queen Elizabeth II for the children to colour in.
Many a child - and tourist - have tried to distract the Queen's Guard while on duty, and failed. And many have been amazed and impressed at their discipline and dedication. Here's a lovely colouring page of a proud Queen's Guard standing at attention for the kids to colour in.
Here's a detailed colouring page of the Royal Coat of Arms to print. You can see the British monarchs' motto along the bottom, "Dieu et mon droit", meaning "God and my right".
The Queen, Prince Charles and Camilla, Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge all feature in this royal family colouring page for younger children.
Use these three Royal frame printables in your classroom drawing or writing projects. Choose from blank, ruled or handwriting lines. Great for any royal occasion! Children can draw a picture or write a story and then colour in the frame if they choose.
The Royal regalia, or crown jewels, are worn by the sovereign for the first time during the coronation ceremony, and thereafter at state occasions. Our colouring page shows not only one of the crowns, but an orb and sceptre.
Colour in this lovely teddy - the perfect friend for a new royal baby and his older siblings, or for younger children to colour on royal occasions!
Imagine a long rod of gold, encrusted with precious jewels and topped by a diamond cut from the largest diamond ever disocvered. That's the Sovereign's Sceptre, originally made for King Charles II's coronation, and handed to new monarchs on their coronations ever since.
Here's a simplified illustration of the Sovereign's Sceptre, part of the Crown Jewels and presented to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth on her coronation. It makes a perfect colouring page for younger children. We have a version for older kids here.
Every king or queen needs a grand throne for royal occasions. Here's a lovely detailed colouring page of a very grand throne indeed for the kids to colour in. We have a simpler version for younger children here.
If I was a queen, this is exactly the sort of throne I would like to sit on - grand and imposing, but still very comfortable! What colour will it be? We have a more detailed throne colouring page for older kids here.
Here's a high quality colouring page of the UK's national flag, the Union Flag (more commonly known as the Union Jack). Colour it in traditional (and correct) red white and blue, or go mad with other colours!
Although Elizabeth became Queen on 6th February 1952, she wasn't crowned until 2nd June 1953. Many people bought a television specially for the occasion, and lucky friends, family and neighbours were invited round to watch the coronation.
Here's a colouring page of Windsor Castle to print. Originally built in the 11th Century it has been used as a royal palace since the reign of Henry I.