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June 1934, HM, King George V with Queen Mary and with the young...
June 1934, HM, King George V with Queen Mary and with the young Princess Elizabeth on the way to Westminster Abbey, to attend a pilgramage to Cathedrals on behalf of the unemployed
Queen Mary - The family called her Mae. She was engaged to the eldest son of Edward VII, the Duke of Clarence. He died of influenza. George, the second son fell in love with her and they married. When her granddaughter, the present Queen Elizabeth ascended the throne, there were three queens in England - Elizabeth, the Queen Mother and Mary her grandmother. Queen Mary died in 1953.
British Royal Jewels of the Past - Page 2
It is assumed that she must have had it as Queen Victoria left it to the Duke of Connaught. It didn't go to Princess Margaret of Sweden (as we haven't seen either the Danish or Swedish
In Which Crown Will Kate Walk Down? (the aisle)
As much speculation has focused on Kate's wedding dress, we have further guessing to do. Now we're all aware that Kate clearly loves fabulous headwear, which makes this next question even MORE relevant: Will Kate wear a tiara? And, if so, which tiara will she choose? She has plenty of stunning options available to her. Diana wore the Spencer tiara for her 1981 wedding, a piece that has existed in her family since 1919. Diana also wore the Cambridge Lover's Knot tiara, a piece commissioned by…
British Royal Jewels of the Past - Page 3
Oh thank you Warren and Ysabel. Although I can understand that Alexandra's coronation extravagance (I just love the fringe-gurdle) is a bit to much for todays royals, I think many of them could wear
Queen Mary, the grandmother of Queen Elizabeth II, wearing the Empress Marie Feodorovna Sapphire Brooch. The Empress, (née Princess Dagmar of Denmark) was the wife of Alexander III of Russia. She received this brooch, an oval cabochon sapphire surrounded by two rows of diamonds with a pear drop pearl pendant, as a wedding gift in 1866 from her sister and brother-in-law, the future King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. Mary bought it when the Empress' s daughter sold the jewels.