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Queen Maria of Romania, Part 3

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Noblesse & Royautés: Princess Sophie with her father King Michael of Romania

Entretien avec la princesse Sophie de Roumanie

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Queen Marie of Romania,Princess Ileana ,Princess Maria(later queen consort of Yugoslavia), and Princess Helen of Greece and Denmark(later queen mother of Romania).

Queen Marie of Roumania 1926 in a rather ugly bandeau with the sapphire elements from the Grand Duchess Vladimir sapphire tiara (these were removable and could be used as brooches, or as here, attached to another head ornament).

Marie, Queen of Romania with her daughters Elizabeth and Marie in 1902.

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Two kings. Prince Mihai (future King of Romania) and his grandfather, King Ferdinand of Romania. Circa 1921-1922.

HM Queen Marie of Romania. Died: July 18, 1938, aged 62. Marie died in Peleş Castle and was buried next to her husband in the Monastery of Curtea de Argeş. In accordance with her will, her heart was kept in a cloister at the Balchik Palace which she had built. In 1940, when Balchik and the rest of Southern Dobrudja were returned to Bulgaria in accordance with the Treaty of Craiova, Queen Marie's heart was transferred to Bran Castle in Romania.

Queen Marie of Romania

romaniaregala: Crown Princess Margarita of Romania and her nephew Prince Nicolae, son of her second sister Princess Elena and third in line to the throne, delivered Christmas presents on behalf of King Michael to staff and employees of the Royal House, December 13, 2013.

Queen Marie of Romania in yet another of her headdresses.

Queen Marie of Romania. Born Princess of Great Britain, and Queen Victoria's granddaughter, she might have been queen of England. Her first cousin, later George V, proposed to her and was accepted. However, though the match was approved by the fathers, neither mother liked it, and it was broken off. She would have been quite a different queen from Queen Mary!