In Pictures: The Queen’s meetings with her previous prime ministers

Boris Johnson will be the 14th prime minister the Queen has dealt with during her time on the throne.

Here are archive images from PA Media documenting her encounters with some of Mr Johnson’s predecessors.

Winston Churchill, in his second stint at No 10, was PM until April 1955 (PA)
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With Sir Anthony Eden at the Royal Opera House. Eden was one of the shortest-serving of the Queen’s prime ministers, at just 644 days (PA)
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Tony Blair was in power for more than 10 years (Fiona Hanson/PA)
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The Queen is shown a Ministry of Housing and Local Government exhibition by Harold Macmillan (PA)
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Harold Wilson had two spells in Downing Street – 1964-70 and 1974-76 (PA)
Edward Heath served in between Wilson’s two stretches at No 10 (PA)
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Gordon Brown is the last Labour prime minister to date (John Stillwell/PA)
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The Queen talks to James Callaghan at Heathrow Airport (PA)
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Margaret Thatcher was the longest serving of the Queen’s PMs at 11 years and 209 days (PA)
David Cameron led a coalition government until the Tories won outright in 2015 (John Stillwell/PA)
Theresa May’s premiership lasted 1,106 days (Dominic Lipinski/PA)
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