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Queen Marie of Romania and her daughter, Princess Ileana. The Royal Family wore the traditional outfits in order to integrate with their adopted country of #Romania Queen Marie was one of the strongest and most visionary ambassadors of the #RomanianBlouse

NEVER FORGET..... "THE FIRST STATUE OF LIBERTY GIVEN TO THE U.S. BY FRANCE WAS A BLACK WOMAN THAT THE U.S. TURNED DOWN SO THE FRENCH MADE ANOTHER WHICH IS THE CURRENT IN N.Y. HARBOR THIS IS BLACK LADY LIBERTY MADE ALSO BY THE FRENCH ON THE ISLAND OF ST. MARTIN WOMBMEN OF CREATION WE MUST CONTINUE TO SHINE THE LIGHT FOR THOSE IN NEED….ONENESS"

20-11-11 1882 wedding photo of Princess Helena of Waldeck-Pyrmont, who became the wife of Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany (the youngest son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert).

Marie Alexandrovna, only daughter of Tsar Alexander II of Russia. She married Alfred, and became Duchess of Connaught. At first, Victoria was not fond of this daughter-in-law, and Marie returned the favour. And Marie loved rubbing the fact that she was born Imperial in her mother-in-law's face, with her jewels and personal wealth being greater than Victoria's. But Victoria privately admitted that she admired Marie for standing up to her.

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WW1 Royal family rift revealed in stunning portraits

Princess Victoria, mother of Kaiser Wilhelm, was the eldest daughter of Queen Victoria

Queen Marie of Romania Queen Marie, also known as Marie of Edinburgh, was born on October 29, 1875, in Kent, England. Daughter of Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh and Marie, the only surviving daughter of Tsar Alexander II of Russia, Marie was also the granddaughter of Queen Victoria. At the age of 17, she married Ferdinand of Romania, and was crowned Queen in 1914

Elizabeth I (1533 – 1603) – English queen and daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. She was the last Tudor queen, and her reign included the contributions of William Shakespeare and Francis Drake.

Princess Marie of Romania, nicknamed Mignon, daughter of Queen Marie (nee Princess Marie of Edinburgh) and King Ferdinand. Marie later married King Alexander I of Yugoslavia.