1906 Description: Photograph of the Prince and Princess of Wales, later King George V (1865-1936) and Queen Mary (1867-1953): standing outside door at Abergeldie. The Prince is dressed in Highland costume; his terrier dog, Happy, sits to right
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1906 Prince and Princess of Wales, later King George V (1865-1936) and Queen Mary (1867-1953): standing outside door at Abergeldie. The Prince is dressed in Highland costume; his terrier, Happy, sits to right
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1890's Queen Mary. The family called her Mae. She was engaged to the eldest son of Edward VII, the Duke of Clarence. He died of influenza. George the second son fell in love with her and they married.
Queen Mary wearing the Cullinan III & IV Brooch
Queen Mary ...notice how much Princess Anne looks like her grandmother
Vintage photograph of Princess Mary (1867-1953) Queen Consort of the United Kingdom 1910-36, wife of King George V, shown in a full-length pose seated at a desk reading a book, taken at Buckingham Palace
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Artist/photographer, Olive Edis 1900's
Mary, Pss Royal. Mids 1910s.
George and Mary were married in 1893. George's grandmother Queen Victoria ruled until her death in 1901, then George's father ruled as King-Emperor until his death in 1910, when George became George V of the United Kingdom and Mary became known as Queen Mary.
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George V & Mary of Teck (1893)| Community Post: British Royal Weddings: From Victoria To Kate
Wedding of Prince George, Duke of York, and Princess Mary of Teck, future King and Queen. Their wedding took place in 1893. George's grandmother was Queen Victoria who ruled until her death in 1901, then George's father ruled as King-Emperor until his death in 1910. George, then, became George V of the United Kingdom & Mary became known as Queen Mary.
wedding of Duke of York, future King George V, and Princess Mary of Teck L-R (back) Princess Alexandra of Edinburgh, Princess Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein, Princess Victoria of Edinburgh, the Duke of York, Princess Victoria of Wales, and Princess Maud of Wales. l-R (front): Princess Alice of Battenberg, Princess Beatrice of Edinburgh, Princess Margaret of Connaught, the Duchess of York, Princess Victoria of Battenberg, Princess Victoria Patricia of Connaught.
Buckingham Palace wedding of Duke of York, future King George V, and Princess Mary of Teck.
Queen Mary on the day of the funeral of Queen Alexandra, 1925.
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Queen Mary on the day of Queen Alexandra's funeral, 1925.
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HM Queen Mary The Gloucester Palmette Was owned by Queen Mary. The diamond tiara is ornamented with a graduated frieze of styled honeysuckle.
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Her Serene Highness Prince May of Teck, afterwards HM Queen Mary, consort of King George V.
Queen Mary wearing amethyst parure
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Queen Mary wearing her amethyst parure, 1895
Queen Mary's Amethyst Tiara: Queen consort Mary of the United Kingdom, nee Princess Mary of Teck
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Queen Mary c.1910 The rare broad smile--you can see Queen Elizabeth's resemblance to her in this photo.
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Queen Mary of Teck (wife of King George V) c.1910 The rare broad smile--you can see Queen Elizabeth's resemblance to her in this photo.
Tea makes us all happy! ~ Queen Mary c.1910. The only member of the Royal Family that I actually saw.
HM Queen Mary in one of those rare photos of her smiling (1867–1953)
Queen Mary c.1910 The rare broad smile--you can see Queen Elizabeth's resemblance to her in this photo. / Like Queen Victoria, this is another rare image - of Queen Mary smiling!
Tea makes us all happy! ~ Queen Mary c. 1910
Queen Mary diamond ring
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British Royal Jewels: Cullinan IX Ring
Cullinan IX Ring. 4.39 carats. Attributed to Garrard & Co. Ltd, c.1911. Diamond, platinum; 2.2 × 1.8 cm. Royal Collection © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Cullinan IX diamond ring of Queen Mary
Cullinan IX The smallest of the nine stones, weighing 4.4 carats, was set into a platinum ring for Queen Mary in 1911. The pear shape is known as a pendeloque and is mounted in an openwork 12-claw setting. It was also inherited by The Queen in 1953. Photo: Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
1933 King George V, Princess Elizabeth and Queen Mary
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1933 - King George V, Princess Elizabeth and Queen Mary (These are Elizabeth's grandparents)
HM Queen Mary (1867-1953)
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Queen Mary wearing (i) the Cullinans I (530.2 carat pear shaped diamond) and II (317.4 carat cushion shaped) which she had dismounted from the crown jewels for the 1910 State Opening of Parliament to make her corsage ornament pinned to her garter riband and (ii) the Cullinans III (94.4 carat pear shaped) and IV (63.6 cushion shaped) at her throat underneath the rows of diamond riviere necklaces, attached to the Coronation necklace.
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Queen Mary wearing the Cullinan I & II as a brooch in the centre of her bodice. (These are now in the Sceptre & the front of the Imperial State Crown.) She is also wearing Cullinan III & IV (the ones the Queen now has as a brooch) as a pendant on her necklace.
Queen Mary wearing Cullinans I (530.2 carats) and II (317.4 carats) as a very weighty brooch on the front of her dress. Cullinans III (94.4 carats) and IV (63.6 carats) are worn as a pendant suspended from a TON of diamond necklaces. I have seen the Cullinan I in person and it is breathtakingly brilliant, mounted in the royal scepter. I cant imagine seeing all four of them hanging on the same person at one time. gems-jewels beauty
HM Queen Mary of Great Britain wearing ALL the diamonds, lol. Cullinan I & II are worn as a stomacher, III & IV (aka Granny's Chips by HM Queen Elizabeth II) are worn as a brooch beneath her diamond collier. The bottom necklace of the diamond collier is the Coronation Diamond Necklace. One of Queen Victoria's Bow Brooches is worn on the left shoulder. HM is wearing the coronet from her Consort' Crown.
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Royal mourners at the funeral of Queen Alexandra, from left to right: Queen Mary, her son King George V and her daughter Queen Maud of Norway, 1925.
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Royal mourners at the funeral of Queen Alexandra, from left to right: HM Queen Mary, King George V, HM Queen Maud of Norway.
The Three Queens. Queen Elizabeth II, Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother at King George V’s funeral.
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Funeral for King George VI. Three Queens. Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, and the new Queen Elizabeth II.
King George V. he was never meant to be king but his older brother Eddie died in 1892 to his own and the whole family's grief. Victoria's grand son
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HM King George V, grandfather of the Queen. He is my 4th cousin.
Father and son: King Edward VII and his son, the future King George V.
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Father and son : Prince Edward and king George V. Edward, as the eldest, should have inherited the throne, but he abdicated to marry twice divorcee American, Wallis Simpson.
Father and son: King George V & his son, the future King Edward VIII. Edward would abdicate the throne to marry Wallis Simpson.
King George V's Silver Jubilee, May 6, 1935 On the balcony (l to r): King George V, future Countess of Snowdon Princess Margaret; Gerald Lascelles; Earl of Harewood, Henry Lascelles; future Queen Princess Elizabeth; Queen Mary of Teck
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Princess Elizabeth, at her father King George's Silver Jubilee, June 6, 1935
Jubilee's throughout HM Queen Elizabeth II's lifetime. King George V's Silver Jubilee (1935)
The changing face of the royal family. On the balcony (l to r): King George V, future Countess of Snowdon Princess Margaret; Gerald Lascelles; Earl of Harewood, Henry Lascelles; future Queen Princess Elizabeth; Queen Mary of Teck
The Royal Family of King George V
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The Royal Family of King George V.
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baby photo of Queen Elizabeth II and her grandmother, Queen Mary
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Baby photo of PRINCESS ELIZABETH (Queen Elizabeth II) and her grandmother, Queen Mary, 1927.
Queen Mary with Baby Princess Elizabeth.
Queen Mary in the Delhi Durbar Tiara
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The "Cambridge and Delhi Dunbar Parure" refers to a complete suite of emerald jewelry, which also included an emerald and diamond tiara. The suite now belongs to the personal jewelry collection of Queen Elizabeth II, which she inherited from her grandmother Queen Mary, the Queen consort of King George V. The "Cambridge and Delhi Dunbar Parure" was designed and crafted by the crown jewelers, in anticipation of the coronation of King George V and Queen Mary on June 22, 1911, and their subsequent
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HM Queen Mary wearing the Delhi Durbar parure and dripping in Cambridge emeralds
1911 Delhi Durbar Tiara worn by Queen Mary. Queen Mary lent the tiara to (then) Queen Elizabeth in 1946 for the 1947 South African Tour and it remained with the Queen Mother until her death in 2002. It now belongs to Queen Elizabeth II. It has been lent to Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
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Princess Mary, Duchess of York with the future King George.
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HRH Princess Mary, Duchess of York with HRH Prince Albert of York, the future King George VI. Cute!
Princess Mary, Duchess of York with the future King George. I love this picture! (later Queen Mary & King George VI)
Does the current little Prince George look like his namesake? You be the judge: Princess Mary, Duchess of York with the future King George, father of the current Queen, Elizabeth. The film "The King's Speech" portrays his struggles, as an adult, with a speech impediment.
King George V and Queen Mary
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King George V and Queen Mary in country clothes.
The one time Princess May of Teck, a German Princess, was presented a wedding gift by Lady Eve Greville's committee which raised funds from "the girls of Great Britain and Ireland" for the tiara celebrating her 1893 wedding. She of course would later become Queen Mary when Prince George (son of King Edward VII) became King George V.
Queen Mary on her wedding day