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    May showed an admirable devotion to her duty her entire life

    The Luxembourg Princesses

    Princess Victoria of Britain, daughter of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra of Denmark

    Princess Mary with the King George and Queen Mary - Princess Mary looks like Princess Anne!

    1868 Princess Beatrice

    Queen Fawzia of Iran, first wife of the shah, originally princess of Egypt daughter of queen Nazli and king Farouk.

    Queen Luise of Denmark, mother of Queen Alexandra and Empress Marie Feodorovna.

    Princess Beatrice, daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert

    HM King Edward VIII (later Duke of Windsor) with his niece, Princess Elizabeth of York (afterwards Queen Elizabeth II)

    Photo of Queen Alexandra of England. She was the sister to the Tsarina of Russia. Princess Victoria, daughter to the Queen in standing.

    Princess Royal Mary, later Vis-countess Lascelles 1897-1965, the 3rd child only daughter of King George V Queen Mary

    Princess Maria of Sweden; formerly Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna the Younger of Russia

    Princess Elizabeth of York shakes hands with an old soldier. ca 1929. London


    Two princesses fooling around in the castle of Rosenau. (From a private photo album of Victoria Melita of Edinburgh, granddaughter of Queen Victoria and Tzar Alexander II )

    May with her mother Princess Mary Adelaide, Duchess of Teck, admiring the newborn Prince Edward

    Queen Alexandra.

    Princess Alix of Hesse (the future wife of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia)

    Queen Marie and Princess Ileana of Romania.

    Princess Elizabeth, daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn and half-sister to Mary I. The painting is attributed to William Scrots and was painted in the last years of Henry’s reign. This was painted at a time when Elizabeth and her sister enjoyed a friendly relationship, prior the days when it would become incredibly strained on grounds of religion and politics (and to some degree parentage).

    Königin Mary von England, nee Princess Maria Teck by Miss Mertens, via Flickr