• Dwana Reese

    A delightful portrait of Alexandra, Princess of Wales, holding her youngest daughter Princess Maud, the future Queen of Norway.

  • Marianne Borges

    Alexandra, Princess of Wales, (later Queen Alexandra) holding the future Queen Maud of Norway.

  • Sandra Urbansky

    Alexandra, Princess of Wales, holding the future Queen Maud of Norway. (Alix's cousin)

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Queen Alexandra and King Edward VII of the United Kingdom.

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