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Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark with her eldest son, Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia

Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark with her eldest son, Prince Alexander of…

Princesses Theodora, Cecilie, Sophie and Margarita of Greece and Denmark, the sisters of Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark, present Duke of Edinburgh.

Princesses Margarita,Theodora, Cecilia and Sophia of Greece and Denmark (the sisters of Prince Philip,Duke of Edinburgh).

Prince Paul of Yugoslavia.jpg

Prince Paul of Yugoslavia. This Day in WWII History: Mar Yugoslavia joins the Axis

Grand Duchess Elena of Russia with her fiancee Prince Nicholas of Greece and Denmark

Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna (daughter of GD Vladimir Alexandrovich, son of Alexander II, brother of Alexander III) of Russia with her fiancé Prince Nicholas of Greece and Denmark, c.

Princess Nagako, aged 7 years old in 1910. As Empress Kōjun, she was empress consort (kōgō) from December 25, 1926 to January 7, 1989, making her the longest lived empress consort in Japanese history. She was the mother of the present Emperor Akihito.

Princess Nagako, 7 years old, She as Empress Kōjun was empress consort (kōgō) from 25 December 1926 to 7 January making her the longest lived empress consort in Japanese history. She was the mother of the present Emperor Akihito.

HRH Princess Victoria (1868-1935), née Princess Victoria (Alexandra Olga Mary) of Wales; Queen Maud of Norway (1869-1938), née Princess Maud (Charlotte Mary Victoria) of Wales. Date: c 4 July 1893. Occasion: Sitting prior to wedding of King George V, 6 July 1893. Costume: Walking dress.

HRH Princess Victoria née Princess Victoria (Alexandra Olga Mary) of Wales; Queen Maud of Norway née Princess Maud (Charlotte Mary Victoria) of Wales. Date: c 4 July Occasion: Sitting prior to wedding of King George V, 6 July Costume: Walking dress.

Queen Maria of Romania, Part 2

Prince Peter of Yugoslavia (later Peter II of Yugoslavia) and his maternal grandmother, Queen Marie of Romania.

His Royal Highness Prince Arsen of Yugoslavia (1859-1938)

His Royal Highness Prince Arsen of Yugoslavia

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