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  NPG 1889; Alexandra of Denmark
3 of 138 portraits of Alexandra of Denmark
Alexandra of Denmark (1844-1925), Queen of Edward VII.
Princess Alexandra, the wife of the future Edward VII and Victoria's daughter-in-law, also became devoted to the breed.
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  AHN | Denmark Princess Alexandra To Marry In March | March 26, 2007
Alexandra is renowned for her commitment to charitable causes and has continued to attend state events since her divorce.
Denmark's Lord Chamberlain has revealed after the wedding she will continue to serve on some of the organizations for which she is currently patron.
Alexandra, who was a high-flying businesswoman before she married the prince, may also go back to work when she is no longer a princess.
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 Princess Alexandra Of Kent
Princess Alexandra, The Honourable Lady Ogilvy (Alexandra Helen Elizabeth Olga Christabel Ogilvy, née Windsor), (born 25 December 1936), is a member of the British Royal Family, a granddaughter of King George V.
Princess Alexandra was born on 25 December 1936 at 3 Belgrave Square, London.
Her mother was The Duchess of Kent (nee Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark), a daughter of Prince Nicholas of Greece and Denmark and Grand Duchess Helen Vladimirovna of Russia.
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 Princess Alexandra, The Honourable Lady Ogilvy - Medbib.com, the modern encyclopedia
Princess Alexandra, The Honourable Lady Ogilvy (Alexandra Helen Elizabeth Olga Christabel Ogilvy; born Windsor, 25 December 1936), is a member of the British Royal Family, a granddaughter of George V.
Her mother was The Duchess of Kent (née Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark), a daughter of Prince Nicholas of Greece and Denmark and Grand Duchess Helen Vladimirovna of Russia.
She is also the President of Alexandra Rose Day, which was founded in honour of her great grandmother, Alexandra of Denmark.She has recently given up the patronage of The Royal School, Hampstead, which was founded in 1855.The new patron of the school is now the Duchess of Cornwall.
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 ALEXANDRA - 1966 Encyclopaedia of New Zealand
Alexandra is located on almost level land at the junction of the Clutha and Manuherikia Rivers.
The fertile river flats in the vicinity of Alexandra are utilised for sheep farming and fruitgrowing.
Alexandra began as a miners' settlement and was known as Lower Dunstan and alternatively as Manuherikia.
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 Denmark's Princess Alexandra gets her hands dirty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Denmark's Princess Alexandra wasn't afraid to get her hands dirty during a visit to a building site.
Princess Alexandra is currently rumoured to be dating photographer Martin Jorgensen - who is 15 years her junior.
The smitten pair are believed to have met during the filming of a television programme to mark Alexandra's 40th birthday.
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 Danish princess remarries, loses title - Boston.com
Hong Kong-born Princess Alexandra of Denmark, who divorced from a Danish prince, waves with her two sons prince Felix and prince Nikolai before entering the church where she married her boyfriend and give up her royal title during a private ceremony on Saturday, March 3, 2007 in Oester Egede Church near Fakse in Denmark.
Alexandra and Martin Jorgensen tied the knot in a private ceremony at Oster Egede Church in the Danish town of Fakse in front of 120 guests, local media reported.
Alexandra will continue to receive a royal allowance of about $330,000 a year, but will now be subject to tax and other duties like other Danish citizens.
www.boston.com /news/world/europe/articles/2007/03/03/danish_princess_remarries_loses_title   (231 words)

  
 cars - Alexandra Christina Manley
Her Highness Princess Alexandra of Denmark, Countess of Frederiksborg, before her divorce known as Her Royal Highness, née Alexandra Christina Manley, was born in Hong Kong on 30 June 1964.
By the summer of 2004, rumours were circulating throughout Denmark and neighbouring Sweden and Norway that her marriage to Prince Joachim had gone sour.
The rumours proved to be true and in September of 2004, Princess Alexandra and Prince Joachim announced their separation and eventual intention to divorce; newspaper reports speculating on the reasons for the marital rupture soon followed, noting the Prince's increased interest in late-night partying and race-car driving.
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 Alexandra of denmark 1863
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 Joachim and Alexandra of Denmark to divorce
Although Alexandra and Joachim were all smiles when they were photographed together at a friend's wedding in mid-September, there were already rumours in the Danish press that they were to separate
Forty-year-old Alexandra, a former mutual fund manager, met her husband in 1994 in Hong Kong, where the second-in-line to the throne was employed by a Danish shipping company.
Denmark's monarchy is the oldest in Europe — it was founded in 958 by the Viking king Gorm the Old — and Joachim and Alexandra's divorce will be the first such split in modern times.
www.hellomagazine.com /royalty/2004/09/16/alexandradenmark   (415 words)

  
 The Raw Story | Divorced Danish princess Alexandra seen with male companion again
Copenhagen- Hong Kong-born Princess Alexandra of Denmark, ex-wife of Danish Prince Joachim, has been seen in public again with her beau, reports said Wednesday.
Alexandra, 42, divorced Prince Joachim, youngest son of Queen Margrethe, in April 2005 after a six-month separation.
Alexandra and Prince Joachim were married in November 1995 and have two sons, Nikolai and Felix.
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 USATODAY.com - Denmark's Prince Joachim completes divorce   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Denmark, like neighboring Norway and Sweden, has long held an affinity for its royal family, which has remained largely free of scandal.
Alexandra, who studied economics in Hong Kong, London and Vienna, Austria, and speaks German and French, is expected to receive an annual allowance of $297,000 from the state budget.
Denmark's royal family traces its lineage to Viking king Gorm the Old, who died in 958.
www.usatoday.com /news/world/2005-04-08-denmark-royal-divorce_x.htm   (582 words)

  
 Hong Kong-Born Danish Princess to Remarry, Lose Royal Title | Asian American News | GoldSea   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Alexandra married Prince Joachim, the younger brother of Crown Prince Frederik, in November 1995.
Marrying Joergensen, Alexandra can no longer call herself princess and ceases to be a member of the royal family.
Alexandra will continue to receive her royal allowance of about 1.9 million Danish kroner (US$330,000 or euro250,000) a year, but will be subject to tax and other duties like other Danish citizens, Ullerup said.
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 Alexandra Hotel Copenhagen, Denmark   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Hotel Alexandra, situated right in the heart of Copenhagen, by The Town Hall Square and The Tivoli Gardens, represents the best of Danish hotel tradition.
For more than 100 years Hotel Alexandra has had its own unique atmosphere that unites proud old architectural and design with modern facilities and conveniences.
Alexandra has comfortable and functional conference premises as well, and a lovely and light breakfast restaurant.
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 صفحة جديدة 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Alexandra, 42, will be marrying cameraman Martin Jorgensen, who is 14 years her junior.
Alexandra divorced Prince Joachim, youngest son of Queen Margrethe, in April 2005 after a six-month separation.
The countess is a patron of several organisations including the Danish Red Cross Youth, the Danish Association of the Blind, The Animal Foundation, the ARKEN Museum of Modern Art, and the Danish Unicef Committee.
www.omanobserver.com /08/Daily/World/World4.htm   (177 words)

  
 Britannia: Monarchs of Britain
He married Princess Alexandra of Denmark in 1863, who bore him three sons and three daughters.
His marriage at age twenty-two to Alexandra afforded him some relief from his mother's domination, but even after Albert's death in 1863, Victoria consistently denied her son any official governmental role.
Alexandra turned a blind eye to his extramarital activities, which continued well into his sixties and found him implicated in several divorce cases.
www.britannia.com /history/monarchs/mon59.html   (448 words)

  
 Alexandra of Denmark keeps busy with UNICEF duties
Despite the recent upheavals in her private life — she and husband Prince Joachim are currently divorcing - Denmark's enormously popular Princess Alexandra continues to keep up her charity activities.
Alexandra spends a great deal of time in the public eye and serves as the patron of 21 different groups, including the Danish Association for the Blind and a support group for abused women with children.
Renowned for her dress sense, on this occasion the princess was classically elegant in a fl top worn under a sharply tailored jacket accessorised with a scarlet shawl.
www.hellomagazine.com /royalty/2004/11/19/alexanderunicef   (158 words)

  
 Denmark's Princess Alexandra to remarry - World - smh.com.au
Hong Kong-born Princess Alexandra of Denmark, 42, will give up her royal title to marry her boyfriend Martin Joergensen, 27, next month.
Denmark's Hong Kong-born Princess Alexandra, who divorced Prince Joachim in April 2005, will marry her companion of two years Martin Joergensen on March 3, the royal palace has announced.
Alexandra Christine Manley married Prince Joachim, 37, the second son of Queen Margrethe, in November 1995 in Copenhagen and they had two children together, princes Nikolai, 7, and Felix, 4.
www.smh.com.au /news/world/denmarks-princess-alexandra-to-remarry/2007/02/08/1170524199516.html   (445 words)

  
 Newsvine - denmark
Denmark is considering boosting its contingent in Afghanistan by 200 troops to 600, Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen said Wednesday.
Denmark's prime minister said Wednesday that his country will withdraw its 460-member contingent from southern Iraq by August and transfer security responsibilities to Iraqi forces.
A court in Denmark was expected Wednesday to sentence nine people convicted of murder or accessory to murder in the killing of a 19-year-old woman gunned down by her older brother two days after her wedding because her Pakistani family disapproved of her choice of husband.
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 Alexandra Cross and Brunswick Star Mould
The Alexandra Cross and Brunswick Star moulds had inner linings, which allowed a white cross or star to be cast all the way through the mould, rather like a stick of rock.
The cross represented the Danish flag, the star the Brunswick Star, emblem of the Hanovers and Edward Prince of Wales.
Edward, who became king of England when his mother Queen Victoria died in 1901, married Princess Alexandra of Denmark in 1853.
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 Christening Portraits of Alexandra Hein   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The beautiful Princess Alexandra of Denmark, daughter of King Christian IX, made the name popular when she came to England to marry the future king, Edward VII, in 1863.
Alexandra was born on 26th June 2003 and was christened on 15th May 2004.
Alexandra's mother, Eva, sent us this picture of her beautiful little daughter on her Special Day,.
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 Denmark Calling Cards and Denmark Phone Cards
Denmark calling card is the cheapest calling card you can get to call Denmark.
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If you want cheap phonecard for Denmark yet you want the quality select any of our cards.Some calling cards to Denmark have extra fees and 3 minutes increments, those calling cards are good for long calls.
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 Ancestors and Family of Christian IX of Denmark Oldenburg
In domestic affairs, Christian IX's reign was marked by a struggle between liberal and conservative elements for control of the Folketing, the lower house of the Danish Rigsdag, the legislature.
Of these, his eldest son succeeded him as Frederick VIII; his daughter Alexandra (1844-1925) married the prince of Wales, later King Edward VII of Great Britain and Ireland; another daughter, Dagmar (1847-1928), married Grand Duke Alexander of Russia, later Czar Alexander III; and a younger son, George, became George I, king of Greece.
When Christian came to the throne at Frederick's death in November 1863, he was forced by popular feeling in Denmark to sign the November constitution, which incorporated Schleswig into the state and made war with the German states inevitable.
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The two sisters remained very close through their entire lives and it was Queen Alexandra (Dagmar) who offered to send the British battleship H.M.S. Marlborough to remove Tsarina Marie Fedorovna and those close to her from Russia and the terror of the Bolsheviks.
Taken on the occasion of the Romanov Tercentenary in 1913, The Grand Duchess Olga Nicolaevna was the oldest of the four daughters of Nicholas and Alexandra.
Tsarina Alexandra was the grand daughter of Queen Victoria of England and it was from Victoria that the disease stemmed.
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 Executive Travels to Denmark
It is a direct result of the economic development mission to Europe led by Ms.
Denmark, a close ally of the U.S. in the war against terrorism, is working to advance security technology companies through connecting with businesses in Anne Arundel County.
On June 3, Princess Alexandra of Denmark will preside over the signing of the Friendship Agreement before select business leaders and government officials.
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 Princess must choose love or money - Princess Alexandra of Denmark would lose her title and tax-f...
Princess must choose love or money - Princess Alexandra of Denmark would lose her title and tax-f...
COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Feb. 9 (UPI) -- Princess Alexandra of Denmark would lose her title and tax-free income if she marries after divorcing Prince Joachim, according to an agreement she signed.
The Danish Royal Court said the former wife of Prince Joachim plans to marry photographer Martin Jorgenson on March 3, forsaking her yearly income of nearly $253,000 and membership in the royal family, the Times of London said Friday.
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 Royalty.nu - Danish Royalty, Kings and Queens of Denmark
The first royal house of Denmark was established in the 10th century by a Viking king called Gorm the Old.
In 1397, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden formed the Kalmar Union under Margaret I. Born a Danish princess, she had married King Haakon VI of Norway.
Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark by Karin Palshoj, Gitte Redder.
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