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The Prince of Wales and family aboard the royal yacht, Osborne. The future King Edward VII is seated. Behind him stands his wife, the future Queen Alexandra and, over his shoulder, the future King George V. One of the girls will become queen of Norway but I can't remember which one.

The first Queen of Hearts

James Russell & Sons (active - The Prince and Princess of Wales with their children, 1880 [in Portraits of Royal Children

August 1898 Prince Leopold of Battenberg, Princess Marie Louise of Anhalt, Prince Edward of York (later King Edward VIII), the Duchess of York (later Queen Mary), Princess Mary (later Countess of Harewood), Prince Alexander of Battenberg, Princess Margaret of Connaught (later Crown Princess of Sweden), the Duke of York (later King George VI), Prince Albert of York (later King George VI) and Queen Victoria

Prince Leopold of Battenberg, Princess Marie Louise of Anhalt, Prince Edward of…

Queen Alexandra in Coronation robes wearing the Adelaide Fringe Necklace as a girdle - it's more normally worn as a necklace and as a tiara by Queen Victoria (and in that form is often confused with Queen Mary's 1919 fringe tiara worn by the present Queen at her wedding)

Queen Alexandra Caroline Marie Charlotte Louise Julia "Alix" of Great Britain (of Denmark) at her Coronation 1902

Queen Alexandra (right), with Princess Victoria (left) and King Edward VII (seated)

The British royal family: King Edward VII, Queen Consort Alexandra, and their daughter Princess Victoria (‘Toria’),

Princess Alexandra of Wales and her three girls: Pss Victoria (Toria), Louise and Maud. Early 1880s Ps: Check out Alix´s shoes! *0*

Princess Alexandra of Wales and her three girls: Princess Victoria (Toria), Princess Louise and Princess Maud. Early Princess Alexandra was married to Edward Prince of Wales and upon his mothers death reign as Edward VII.

N Pantzopoulos - Prince Albert Victor of Wales and Princess Alexandra of Greece

Prince Albert Victor of Wales with his cousin Princess Alexandra of Greece (future Grand Duchess of Russia);

Queen Alexandra Caroline "Alix" (Alexandra Caroline Marie Charlotte Louise Julia) (1844-1925) Denmark, wife of King Edward VII (Albert Edward) (1841-1910) Prince of Wales, UK. 2nd Child of King Christian IX (1818-1906) Denmark & Princess Louise (1817-1898) Hesse-Kassel, Germany.

Queen Alexandra Caroline "Alix" (Alexandra Caroline Marie Charlotte Louise Julia) Denmark, wife of King Edward VII (Albert Edward) Prince of Wales, UK. Child of King Christian IX Denmark & Princess Louise Hesse-Kassel, Germany.

Princesses Victoria (Toria) and Maud of Wales, (daughters of King Edward VII and Alexandra of Denmark).

Princesses Victoria (Toria) and Maud of Wales, daughters of King Edward VII and Alexandra of Denmark.

King George V and his new bride, Princess Mary of Teck, on their wedding day, July 6, 1893 [[MORE]]bighdaddie:Mary of Teck was originally engaged to be married to Albert Victor, the eldest son of Albert Edward, the Prince of Wales, and Alexandra, Princess of Wales. But he died six weeks after their engagement was announced. A year later she became engaged to Albert Victor’s brother, the new heir.

King George V and his new bride, Princess Mary of Teck, on their wedding day. Picture taken July King George V and his new bride, Princess Mary of Teck, on their wedding day. Picture taken July

King George V, Princess Mary, Prince Henry, Queen Mary, Prince George, Prince John, Prince Edward, and Prince Albert.

Prince George and Princess Mary (later King George V and Queen Mary) with their six children in Princess Mary, Prince John, Prince Henry, Prince George, Prince Edward and Prince Albert.

King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. King George V, Queen Mary and their 6 children. Very unusual to see a family picture with baby Prince John. He had epilepsy and was sent away to live on a farm where he died after a seizure at age 13.

King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. King George V, Queen Mary and their 6 children. Very unusual to see a family picture with baby Prince John. He had epilepsy and was sent away to live on a farm where he died after a seizure at age

ca. 1905 Princess Louise, Queen Alexandra, and Princess Victoria

Queen Alexandra (centre) wearing the George IV State Diadem. The George IV State Diadem (also known as the "Diamond Diadem") was made in 1820 by the Royal Goldsmiths Rundell, Bridge and Rundell for the coronation of George IV.

HM Queen Mary with her two eldest sons, Edward Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII) and Prince Albert (later King George VI).

King Edward VII, Queen Alexandra, the Prince of Wales (later George V) and Princess Victoria at a meeting of the West Norfolk Hounds.

King Edward VII when he was Prince of Wales. He is great grandfather of HM Queen Elizabeth II and is eponymous with the Edwardian Age.

Britain's priciest semi: Royal bolthole where King Edward VII kept his mistresses up for sale at £2.5m

Many of the basic fashions we take for granted today were popularized by people who were just a little bit bonkers. The Strange Origins of 5 Iconic Fashions

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