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Earl & Countess of Warwick (1947)

Nadine Countess of Shrewsbury

Victoria,Countess Spencer Princess Diana's sister in law

Countess Forgach

Charles Howard, first Earl of Nottingham, cousin of Queen Elizabeth I, by an unknown artist, 1602

Countess Zia Torbay

C.1714 UNKNOWN LADY TOUGHT TO BE LA DUCHESSE DE BEAUFORT, BETWEEN OTHERS by the lost gallery, via Flickr

Lord and Lady Mountbatten with daughter Pamela (later Lady Pamela Hicks)

Camille Silvy - Augusta, Duchess of Cambridge, 1860 #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

August 31, 1910 Countess Bessborough and Princess Marie Louise of Schleswig-Holstein (granddaughter of Queen Victoria), and two canine companions.

HRH The Duchess of Kent

Victoria, countess Spencer, Diana's brother's 1st wife.

Lord and Lady Angus Montagu | Lord Angus Montagu Manchester and Lady Mary McClure weddin… | Flickr ...

Alexandra, Princess of Wales

Princess Diana's niece, Emily McCorquodale (daughter of Sara and Neil McCorquodale)

Marchioness of Ripon. She was born in 1859 to Sidney Herbert, 1st Baron Herbert of Lea. She married St George Lowther, 4th Earl of Lonsdale and after his death she married Frederick Robinson, 2nd Marquess of Ripon (then known by his courtesy title of Earl de Grey). They had no children. She died in October 1917, aged 58. Lord Ripon survived her by six years and died in September 1923, aged 71.

Laura, Duchess of Marlborough [Mrs. Laura Charteris Long Dudley Canfield] photographed by Cecil Beaton. She was the second wife of Consuelo's son John Albert Edward William Spencer-Churchill, the 10th Duke of Marlborough. They married 26 Jan 1972, just six weeks before his death. It was his second marriage and her fourth.

No.19 - Queen Elizabeth II., princ Philip - Japan, may 1975 | by Vintage Printery

Lady Alice Montagu-Douglas-Scott

Lady Sarah and Neil McCorquodale

1958 Earl Mountbatten of Burma and Lady Edwina Mountbatten walking in the grounds of Broadlands, their Hampshire home. Photo by Slim Aarons/Getty Images