1911 Princess Maud of Fife (afterwards Countess of Southesk), Princess Louise, Princess Royal, Duchess of Fife, and Princess Alexandra of Fife
Titanic Fashion - 1st Class Women's Clothing
tea dress or house dress with child
New Zealand circa 1905 [I think a few years later]. Group of unidentified young women outdoors, probably Christchurch district.
The daughters of the Grand Duke and Grand Duchess of Luxembourg. Back: Hereditary Grand Duchess Marie-Adelheid, Princess Hilda, Princess Charlotte. Front: Princess Antonia, Princess Elisabeth and Princess Sophie.
Empress Maria Feodorovna with Grand Duchesses Olga and Xenia
carolathhabsburg: Archduchess Marie Valerie of Austria and cousin, Amalie in Bayern, eldest daughter of Karl Theodor in Bayern and his first spouse, Princess Sophie of Saxony. Amélie is said to have been Ludovica's favorite grandchild
Lucia i Lima.
Edward VII and Queen Alexandra's daughters: Princess Victoria, Princess Louise, and Princess Maud of Wales
Princess Mathilde of Bavaria, the sixth child of Ludwig III of Bavaria and Maria theresa of Austria-Este. She died in 1906 at the age of her family published a group of her poems, translated into English by John Heard as Life-Dreams: The Poems
The Princess Victoria and The Princess Maud (later The Queen of Norway), daughters of King Edward VII. At the wedding of Princess Louise in 27 Jul 1889
Dress made for and worn by Queen Victoria is now on display in the Victoria Revealed exhibition at Kensington Palace. The cream silk satin dress, with intricate embroidery, was given to the young Queen in the by the wife John Gregory Crace.
Late Victorian photo, probably of three actresses, from the Theatre Division of The New York Public Library digital collections.
1896 Princess Maud wearing her wedding gown and Princess Toria
The 16-Inch Waist Of Émilie Marie Bouchaud
Victorian style Emilie Marie Bouchard "Polaire" Polaire, or Émilie Marie Bouchaud! A French actress, she had a waist, first bobbed her hair in the and had a nose piercing. She acted in plays and films.