Colour slide of the retiring Langley Harvest Queen and one of the Princesses riding on top of the back seat of a convertible during a parade in Langley. The retiring Queen is likely the young woman on the right, wearing a tiara, spaghetti strap white dress, elbow length white gloves, and holding a red and white flower bouquet. She is raising her left arm and waving. The young woman on the right is likely the Princess; she is wearing a white sleeveless dress, wrist length white gloves, and is holding a pink flower bouquet held together with a white ribbon. There is a man in a white dress shirt driving the convertible. The convertible is cream-white with silver detailing. There are two signs taped on the passenger side: in the back, a white sign with blue text that reads "PRINCESSES," and in the front, a blue sign with black text that reads "RETIRING/ QUEEN." Behind the convertible are businesses, one in a white building and one in a brick building, and people standing on the sidewalk.