Princess Alexandra of Denmark later Queen of England on her wedding day,August 20,1862. (Consort of Queen Victoria's son, King Edward VII and great-grandmother of Queen Elizabeth.)

Princess Alexandra of Denmark later Queen of England on her wedding day,August (Consort of Queen Victoria's son, King Edward VII and great-grandmother of Queen Elizabeth.

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Princess Alexandra, The Honourable Lady Ogilvy cousin to Queen Elizabeth Wikipedia

Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra, The Honourable Lady Ogilvy. Granddaughter of George V, daughter of Prince George Duke of Kent and Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark, 1st cousin to Queen Elizabeth. She married the Hon. Angus Ogilvy (later knighted) in 1963. The couple have 2 children.

Princess Alexandra wearing the Ogilvy Tiara with the turquoise stones and a copy of the Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee Necklace,minus the crown on the centre pendant; it was given to Alexandra by her husband Angus Ogilvy

The four daughters of Alfred Duke of Edinburgh (later duke of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha) and Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia:  From left to right, Princess Beatrice, Princess Victoria Melita, Princess Alexandra, and Princess Marie (later Queen of Romania).

The four daughters of Alfred Duke of Edinburgh (later duke of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha) and Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia: (l-r) Princess Beatrice, Princess Victoria Melita, Princess Alexandra, and Princess Marie (later Queen of Romania).

Another set to show the "Rundell" tiara by Garrard. It was a wedding gift from Prince of Wales (future King Edward VII) to Princess Alexandra of Denmark in 1863. With stylized trefoils and lovers’ knots, the tiara is designed to be flexible; the elements break down to brooches and the base can be worn with just the scrolls or with diamond stars attached. The tiara was also part of a parure. It has not been seen in many decades, however the rest of the parure is still worn.

The Rundell tiara by Garrard. It was a wedding gift from Prince of Wales (future…

Princess Alexandra of Kent on her wedding day, April 24, 1963.  Alexandra is known today as the Honorable Lady Ogilvy, but she remains forever Princess Alexandra.  A first cousin of Queen Elizabeth, Alexandra carries out royal duties and engagements for Her Majesty, the Queen.  In this wedding photo, Princess Alexandra greatly resembled her mother, Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark.

HRH Princess Alexandra of Kent and the Hon. Angus Ogilvy April 1963 Westminster Abbey, London As a granddaughter of King George V and.

FABERGE - Snuff Bottle with a miniature portrait of Princess Alexandra (daughter of Tsar Nicholas II),4.8 x 9 x 13.5 cm

FABERGE - Bottle with a miniature portrait of Princess Alexandra (daughter of Tsar Nicholas x 9 x cm

The third most recent Princess of Wales, later Queen Alexandra, the longest-serving Princess of Wales to date.

Alexandra of Denmark (Alexandra Caroline Marie Charlotte Louise Julia; 1 December 1844 – 20 November was the wife of King Edward VII of the United Kingdom and the British Dominions. As such, she was queen consort and Empress of India from 1901 to

Princess Alexandra of Kent- In spite of their size, they are never clumsy; being held nicely poised on a well-rounded shrub. Because of their size, there is a lot to be said for planting in groups of three, keeping both flowers and growth nicely balanced.     They have a delicious fresh Tea fragrance which, interestingly, changes completely to lemon as the flower ages – eventually taking on additional hints of blackcurrants. It is very healthy

Rose 'Princess Alexandra of Kent' (ausmerchant), David Austin Rose, so cal, A prolific bloomer with high disease resistance!

Image 20 of 20 from gallery of Princess Alexandra Auditorium / Associated Architects LLP. Section A

Gallery of Princess Alexandra Auditorium / Associated Architects LLP - 20

Image 4 of 20 from gallery of Princess Alexandra Auditorium / Associated Architects LLP. Courtesy of Associated Architects LLP

Queen Alexandra in her youth years. Maria Feodorovna (Nicholas’ mother) was sister to Queen Alexandra of Great Britain, which explained the striking resemblance between Tsar Nicholas II and King George V.

Queen Alexandra in her youth years. Maria Feodorovna (Nicholas’ mother) was sister to Queen Alexandra of Great Britain, which explained the striking resemblance between Tsar Nicholas II and King George V. Also looks like pss Alexandra of kent.

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