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The Vigil of the Princes by Frank Beresford.   The Vigil of the Princes was an occasion on the 28th of January 1936 when King Edward VIII, Prince Albert, Prince Henry, and Prince George took guard at the lying-in-state of their father, King George V. There is no photographic evidence of the event, however, the above oil painting called "The Princes’ Vigil: 12.15am, January 28 1936" was produced. It was purchased by Queen Mary and given to Edward VIII on his birthday. Uk History, London History, British History, Edward Albert, Edward Viii, King George, Prince George, Prince Henry, Prince Albert
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The Vigil of the Princes by Frank Beresford. The Vigil of the Princes was an occasion on the 28th of January 1936 when King Edward VIII, Prince Albert, Prince Henry, and Prince… 
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