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    William Vestey and Violet Henderson

    Violet Henderson on the day of her wedding to the Hon. William Vestey, heir to the title of Baron Vestey, 2012

    Debo also wore parts of the small diamond tiara as brooches

    The Duchess of Devonshire photographed in 1953 when she attended the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.

    Although it aired more than 20 years ago for only one season, My So-Called Life is still considered one of the best teen dramas ever produced. Allison's co-stars Claire Danes and Jared Leto may not have titles but have gone on to considerable fame. Photo: Rex

    The new Countess of Devon and her husband, now the Earl of Devon, have now inherited the family’s 600-year-old 4,000-acre estate, Powderham Castle, near Exeter. Photo: Rex

    After their wedding 11 years ago the American-born beauty was given the title of "Lady," securing her place in the British aristocracy. Photo: Rex

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    Arthur Wellesley, Marquess of Douro, son of the Duke of Wellington and the Prussian Princess Antonia , and his wife Jemma were received at the castle of Laeken by the Belgian sovereign on the eve of the great commemoration of 200 years of the Battle of Waterloo . (Copyright Photo: getty images)

    Duke of Argyll wedding

    Here is the Duke of Argyll displaying his tartan in these lovely light shades, from Matthew A. C. Newsome's blog

    Duke of Argyll.

    Inveraray Castle and Garden, Argyll, Scotland

    Inveraray Castle, Argyll is home of the Duke of Argyll, Chief of the Clan Campbell, on the west coast of Scotland


    Peek in Your Pad: The stately castle we call home - Daily Record

    The duke and duchess of Argyle

    Duke of Argyll



    Sir Ian Campbell, 12th duke of Argyll


    Princess Louise of the UK and husband John, Marquess of Lorne

    British Royalty: The Princess Louise (eldest daughter of Edward VII) and John Campbell, the Marquess of Lorne, later the Duke of Argyle, on their wedding day in 1889. Louise was allowed to marry this British aristocrat instead of a foreign royal. The British public were tired of losing their lovely princesses to foreign princes.