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  • Suzy Dowling

    Royal Cousins:The Royal’s family of Russia and the UK posing for a family photo in Osborne.

  • The Costume Society UK

    1909, 'The Royal Gathering at Osborne' including members of the British and Russian Royal families, by Arthur William Debenham, published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd. National Portrait Gallery, UK.

  • Heidi Kent

    The Royal Gathering at Osborne by Arthur William Debenham, published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd vintage postcard print, 4 August 1909 © National Portrait Gallery, London

  • Wayne Gartley

    thestuffoffairytales: The British Royal Family and The Russian Imperial Family at Osborne House in England, by Arthur William Debenham, published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd in August 4, 1909. Czarina Alexandra Feodorovna was the daughter of Edward VII’s younger sister, Princess Alice. Czar Nicholas II’s mother Maria Feodorovna was the younger sister of Queen Alexandra, and as such, the sister-in-law of Edward VII. George V was therefore a first cousin to both Nicholas II and Alexandra Feodorovna. This made OTMAA second cousins to both Edward VIII and George VI.  Sitting on the ground: Czarevitch  Alexei and Grand Duchess Anastasia. Sitting on chairs from left to right: The Princess of Wales (Queen Mary), Czar Nicholas II, King Edward VII, Czarina Alexandra Feodorovna, The Prince of Wales (King George V) and Grand Duchess Maria. Standing from left to right: Prince David (King Edward VIII), Queen Alexandra, Princess Mary (Countess of Harewood), Princess Victoria, Grand Duchess Olga and Grand Duchess Tatiana.

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