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King George V and Queen Mary

A pictorial history of King George V and their children

The Duchess of Windsor

Jewellery of Today's British Royalty - Page 2 - The Tudors Wiki

theimperialcourt: Princess Mary, Princess Royal, Countess of Harewood in court dress

Mary, Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood

Princess Mary (daughter of King George V & Queen Mary) and Henry Lascelles, 6th Earl of Harewood married 28 February 1922 at Westminster Abbey

Queen Mary of the United Kingdom, wife of King George V, grandmama of Queen Elizabeth II.

The Duke and Duchess of Windsor in their later years (the former Wallis Simpson and HRH Edward VIII)

Queen Mary on the day of the funeral of Queen Alexandra, 1925.

The then Duke of Windsor (later Edward VIII/Duke of Windsor), the then Duke of York (later George VI), Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester and I guess their uncle Alexander (Alge), the Earl of Athlone (brother of Queen Mary).

The Duchess of Windsor (1896 - 1986), the Duke of Windsor (1894 - 1972), who reigned as King Edward VIII in 1936, and the Dean of Westminster leave Westminster Abbey by the Dean’s Yard exit after attending the memorial service for the Duke’s sister Mary, Countess of Harewood (1897 - 1965).

Queen Mary with the Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII), driving away from Westminster Hall tonight after making a surprise visit to see the late King George VI who lies in state in the Hall.13th February 1952.

His Majesty King George V (1865–1936)

King George V and Queen Mary on their wedding day

King George V and Queen Mary encounter a goose in the road

Queen Mary of the United Kingdom. I think the similarity to Queen Elizabeth II is obvious.

Queen Mary with her granddaughter Princess Elizabeth of York

Prince Rupert of Teck (24 August 1907--15 April 1928), 2nd child and eldest son of Princess Alice of Albany and her husband Prince Alexander of Teck. After his father was made Earl of Athlone during WWI Prince Rupert became Rupert Cambridge, Viscount Trematon. Like so many of QV's male descendants, Prince Rupert had hemophilia. He died of a cerebral hemorrhage caused by a car crash in 1928. He was 4 months shy of his 21st birthday.