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  The Royal Forums
Princess Grace of Monaco brought her American heritage to her new country when she married its ruling prince in 1956.
Although her children are prince and princesses of Monaco, they are also descendants of a large and prominent American family.
This article, written in the form of a letter from Princess Grace to her children, explores her American heritage and its effect on Prince Albert, Princess Caroline, and Princess Stephanie.
www.theroyalforums.com   (630 words)

 Mary, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mary Stuart or Mary of Orange, as she was also known, was the first daughter of a British Sovereign to hold the title Princess Royal.
The Dowager Princess of Orange was obliged to share the guardianship of her infant son, with his grandmother Amelia, the widow of Frederick Henry, and with Frederick William, the elector of Brandenburg.
Princess Mary, Countess of Harewood (1932-1965) · Princess Louise, Duchess of Fife (1905-1931) · Victoria, Empress Frederick (1841-1901) · Charlotte, Queen of Württemberg (1766-1828) · Anne, Princess of Orange (1727-1759) ·
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mary,_Princess_Royal_and_Princess_of_Orange   (617 words)

 ipedia.com: British Royal Family Article   (Site not responding. Last check: )
There are three living former spouses of members of the British Royal Family: Sarah, Duchess of York (the former wife of the Duke of York), Captain Mark Philips (the former husband of the Princess Royal), and the Earl of Snowdon (the former husband of the late Princess Margaret).
Likewise, The Duke of Gloucester, The Duke of Kent, Princess Alexandra, the Hon.
The wives of royal peers are known as "HRH The Duchess of..." or " HRH The Countess of..." Thus, the wives of the Duke of Kent, the Duke of Gloucester, and the Earl of Wessex are "HRH The Duchess of Kent," "HRH The Duchess of Gloucester," and "HRH The Countess of Wessex," respectively.
www.ipedia.com /british_royal_family.html   (1831 words)

 Royalty.nu - "Bloody Mary" - Queen Mary I
Henry doted on Princess Mary when she was little, calling her "the greatest pearl in the kingdom." The princess received an excellent education, and was carefully sheltered.
Mary was now officially a bastard, called "the lady Mary," but, like her mother, she refused to accept her change in status.
Mary's subjects were alarmed to learn of her engagement to the Spanish prince, fearing that England would become part of Spain.
www.royalty.nu /Europe/England/Tudor/MaryI.html   (1329 words)

 Drew Spencer Family Tree - aqwg204
Mary Windsor Princess Royal [Parents] was born 25 Apr 1897 in York Cottage, Sandringham, Norfolk, England.
Ernest married Sophia Antonia of Brunswick Princess on 1749.
Sophia Antonia of Brunswick Princess was born 1724.
members.tripod.com /drewspen/genealogy/aqwg204.htm   (327 words)

 The Family of George V and Queen Mary
Queen Mary was not the most maternal woman and she only saw her children for short time periods during the day.
Princess Mary, the Princess Royal, was the third child and only daughter; being born in 1897.
Prince Henry, the Duke of Gloucester, was the fourth child and was born in 1900.
www.angelfire.com /celeb/historyroyals/story.html   (861 words)

 Mary, Princess Royal: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com
Victoria Alexandra Alice Mary (April 25, 1897 - March 28, 1965) was the only daughter of King George V and Queen Mary.
Born in York Cottage, Sandringham, she married Viscount Lascelles, eldest son of the Earl of Harewood, on February 28, 1922, in Westminster Abbey.
In 1931, following the death of her aunt, Princess Louise, Mary was created Princess Royal, a title which she held until her death.
www.encyclopedian.com /ma/Mary,-Princess-Royal.html   (183 words)

 Britannia: Monarchs of Britain
Mary I, daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon, was born in 1516 and suffered through a terrible childhood of neglect, intolerance, and ill-health.
Mary began her tumultuous reign at 37 years of age, arriving in London amid a scene of great rejoicing.
England suffered during the reign of Mary I: the economy was in ruin, religious dissent reached a zenith and England lost her last continental territory.
www.britannia.com /history/monarchs/mon44.html   (413 words)

 boys clothing: British royalty Queen Mary II Mary Stuart William and Mary
Mary Stuart was the daughter of King James II and Anne Hyde.
Mary's mother was the daughter of Edward Hyde, Earl of Claredon (1609-) and Frances Aylesbury.
Mary's uncle Charles II insisted she marry William of Orange to help sunstantiate an alliance with the Dutch who were also opposing Louis XIV's expanonist policies.
histclo.com /royal/eng/royal-em2.htm   (1808 words)

 BBC - h2g2 - King George VI - the Unexpected King
Prince Albert was second-in-line to the throne and engaged to London-born Princess Mary of Teck
When Princess Margaret died in February 2002, her funeral was held, coincidentally or by design, on the 50th anniversary of the burial of her father the King.
Princess Margaret's final request was honoured after the state funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, who died in her sleep the following month, aged 101 years.
www.bbc.co.uk /go/search/int/pan/h2g2/-/dna/h2g2/A14113919   (3399 words)

 My Family
Thyra of Denmark (Princess) was born in 1853.
Victoria Adelaide Mary (Princess Royal) was born on 21 Nov 1840 in Buckingham Palace, London, England.
Victoria Alberta of Hesse (Princess) was born in 1863.
sneakers.pair.com /roots/b24.htm   (1026 words)

 Royal Houses of Scotland   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Royal House of Scotland arose from the union in 843 of the Kingdom of the Scots, Dalriada, with Caledonia, the Kingdom of the Picts, which later comprised the northern and eastern parts of the country.
Mary, married firstly, Sir Neil Campbell, of Lochow, secondly, Sir Alexander Fraser, Lord Chamberlain of Scotland.
Anne (Princess Royal), born 2 November 1709, married 25 March, 1734, William IV, Charles Henry Friso, Prince of Orange and Nassau-Dietz, and died 12 Jan 1759, leaving issue, one son and one daughter.
home.earthlink.net /~edmhx/appendix/royalty.htm   (8838 words)

 Flags of the Royal Family, United Kingdom
I guess this suggests that the Royal Standard for England for the house of Hanover, differenced with a white label with three pendants, with two hearts, twice, and a St. George cross, was the standard of Adulpus of Cambrige Hanover, if he had one.
The 1910-1953 standard of Queen Mary (Queen Mother 1936-1953) is shown in Flaggenbuch 1939 as the royal standard at the hoist with the arms of the Dukes of Teck on the fly.
It is unusual (in Royal Standard terms) in that the Duke of Edinburgh’s arms are at the hoist, and the Royal Arms, differenced with Princess Elizabeth’s label, are in the fly.
flagspot.net /flags/gb-rooth.html   (1947 words)

 Pepys' Diary: Mary, Princess Royal
Mary, Princess Royal, eldest daughter of Charles I., and widow of William of Nassau, Prince of Orange.
She was not supposed to be inconsolable, and scandal followed her at the court of Charles II.
Mary was the first to have this english title she was approx.
www.pepysdiary.com /p/803.php   (183 words)

 "Princess Mary's Palace Feud" - Woman's Day - Royal Blue Forums   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Crown Princess Mary is at war with the Danish palace vowing her baby won't suffer like Fred did, aware of the strict royal childhood that left her husband Prince Frederik 'howling behind closed doors'.
Princess Mary didn't let her pregnancy stop her from taking the floor at a recent event, when she was caught up in a traditional dance that had most of the royal family on their feet.
Princess Mary has vowed to raise her child without help from nannies.
forums.rbhq.net /showthread.php?t=4700   (1008 words)

 British Royal Family - InfoSearchPoint.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Their children are the Prince of Wales, the Princess Royal, the Duke of York, and the Earl of Wessex.
Use of the style His Royal Highness or Her Royal Highness (HRH) and the titular dignity of Prince or Princess is governed by an Order in Council laid down by King George V in 1917.
Thus, The Queen's children are labeled 'HRH', 'Prince' or 'Princess', and the offspring of The Prince of Wales and The Duke of York carry the title.
www.infosearchpoint.com /display/British_Royal_Family   (1079 words)

 Royal Holloway : College Profile
Queen Mary and Queen Alexandra were joint patrons in 1913 when they gave special sanction for emblems representative of themselves to be embodied in the new Bedford College Arms.
HRH Princess Mary, The Princess Royal attended summer Garden Parties at Bedford College.
HRH Princess Mary, The Princess Royal lays the Foundation stone of the Tuke Building for Bedford College.
www.rhul.ac.uk /College-Profile/royal/timeline02.html   (136 words)

 Royal Family Archives - Alexander of Carisbrooke to Alexander II Nicholoevich ROMANOV
Queen Mary was a shy woman, whose only broadcast contact with the people of Britain or her Empire consisted of the twenty-eight words with which she christened the massive Cunard line that bore her name.
Mary was to prove the brightest of the family.
The Princess Royal died suddenly and unexpectedly in the garden of Harewood House, Yorkshire.
www.scotlandroyalty.org /archives/r02.html   (1600 words)

 The Canadian Scottish Regiment (Princess Mary’s)
This site was developed without the use of public funds, and does not represent the views or policies of the Government of Canada, the Department of National Defence, or The Canadian Scottish Regiment (Princess Mary’s).
The Canadian Scottish Regiment (Princess Mary’s) Regimental Museum is an accredited museum of the Canadian Forces.
The museum was opened by the Regiment’s Colonel-in-Chief, Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra, GCVO, CD in May 1980.
www.islandnet.com /~csrmuse   (215 words)

 Royal Genealogies Part 1
Princess of Wales (1863-1901) Queen Alexandra (1901-1910) Queen Mother (1910-1925); Pictures of her as a young woman show a sad, soulful look in her eyes; she walked with a limp (which was imitated by society).
Princess May was passed on as fiancée to his younger brother George (later, George V).
He was known as the Sailor Prince; he entered the Royal Navy in 1877 and after an active naval career and successive promotions, rose to the rank of vice admiral in 1903.
ftp.cac.psu.edu /~saw/royal/r01.html   (1256 words)

Albert, the future Duke of York who would become King George VI of England, and his only sister, Princess Mary have signed to the left and right of the words to "Here's a health unto His Majesty", which also includes the lyrics "Here's affection for Her Majesty".
WWI had begun in 1914, and this event was one of many held by the Royal family in wartime to bolster the spirits of the British people.
Princess Mary is formally known as Princess Royal VICTORIA ALEXANDRA ALICE MARY WINDSOR.
www.galleryofhistory.com /archive/1_2003/leaders/KING_GEORGE_VI1.htm   (354 words)

 Amazon.com: Patience, Princess Catherine: A Young Royals Book (Young Royals): Books: Carolyn Meyer   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Catherine of Aragon was a young Spanish princess known as Catalina when she left her home in the summer of 1501 to sail to England.
Princess Catherine of Aragon was one the first love of the infamous King Henry VIII during the early 1500's.
She was originally betrothed at the elderly age of 17 at the time to his older brother Arthur, who died young, but since Catherine couldn't produce an heir, the rest of the royal family did not pay any attention to the foreigner who hadn't paid all her dowry in the first place.
www.amazon.com /Patience-Princess-Catherine-Young-Royals/dp/0152165444   (2457 words)

 Loryn's British Royalty Page - The House of Windsor
Children - Edward, Prince of Wales; George, Duke of York; Mary, Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood; Henry, Duke of Gloucester; George, Duke of Kent; John
George V entered the Royal Navy in 1877, after an active naval career and successive promotions, he rose to the rank of Vice-Admiral in 1903.
Originally of the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, George V changed the name of the royal house to Windsor in 1917.
www.angelfire.com /md/royalty/windsor.html   (908 words)

 Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement
Now that the Princess has completed college in America, she is returning to her country, Genovia.
Royal Engagement (the title alone suggests a "Wedding" installment cannot be far behind) is a plebeian affair that is unlikely to court any new fans
Sometimes charming, sometimes a tad too silly and all the time predictable, Princess Diaries 2 gives you what you'd expect and doesn't take many chances besides allowing for the possibility that a princess might be okay without a husband.
www.rottentomatoes.com /m/princess_diaries_2_royal_engagement   (1042 words)

 RoyaList Online - Royal Genealogy - Mary of Teck (Queen Mary)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Queen Mary was reputed to be a kleptomaniac, who would make hints about small pieces of silver and enamel, and, if not presented with the item as a gift, would steal it.
Johnnie, the prince kept hidden away by his parents Queen Mary and George V for fear that his epileptic fits and idiosyncratic ways might draw unwelcome attention, is not presented as a tragic figure.
As official biographer, the author had access to private papers which helped unfold the moving story of Princess May of Teck's impoverished childhood, her significant reign and her old age as the much admired Queen Dowager; she saw her fiancee, husband and three sons die, and another abdicate before her own death in 1953.
www.royalist.info /execute/biog?person=715   (450 words)

 Southampton Ships - Photos and Pictures of Cruise Ships and Liners on Southampton Water
23/04/06 - QE2 Passes QM2 (Oceana) (Saga Ruby) (Queen Elizabeth 2) (Queen Mary 2)
16/04/05 - Queens Sail-past (Queen Elizabeth 2) (Queen Mary 2)
05/06/04 - The Queens Depart (Queen Elizabeth 2) (Queen Mary 2)
www.southamptonships.com   (192 words)

 boys clothing: Dutch royalty stadtholder Wilem William II of Orange
The marriage was arranged by Frederik Hendrik, the Stadtholder of the Netherlands, father of the groom for political reasons.
William in 1641 at Whitehall Palace in London married Princess Royal Mary Henrietta, the eldest daughter of English King Charles I.
William and Mary had one child, William--the future King William III of England..
histclo.com /royal/net/royal-nsw2.htm   (767 words)

 The Ruling House of Great Britain and Ireland, 1939-1945   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mary, Princess Royal of Great Britain and Ireland, Countess of Harewood (1897-)
Created Princess of Great Britain and Ireland in 1905 by her grandfather, King Edward VII.
Friederike, Crown Princess of Greece, Duchess of Sparta (1917-)
gsteinbe.intrasun.tcnj.edu /royalty/houses/gb.htm   (830 words)

 Princess Mary shows son around | Herald Sun   (Site not responding. Last check: )
CROWN Princess Mary has spent the second day of her Australian visit doing exactly as promised: lying low and relaxing with her family.
The Australian-born princess shunned the spotlight, reacquainting herself with her birthplace from the vantage point of her sister's West Hobart home.
Though four bodyguards shadowed the royals, they wandered almost unnoticed with Mary's two sisters and nieces – until TV cameras and photographers caught up with them.
www.news.com.au /heraldsun/story/0,21985,20811343-661,00.html   (535 words)

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She was ready for trials in May 1913 but was not delivered to the Royal Navy until August 1913.
The first three were engagements in which the battle cruisers of the Royal Navy won praise for their performance and the type as a whole but the last one dramatically changed that situation.
The Royal Navy had lighter ships, light cruisers leading destroyers, and submarines operating out of Harwich in the south, independently from the Grand Fleet at Scapa Flow.
www.steelnavy.com /NNTQueenMary.htm   (6640 words)

Prince Arthur of Great-Britain,Duke of Connaught (1850-1942), Princess Patricia of Great-Britain (1886-1974), later Lady Patricia Ramsay, Princess Luise of Great-Britain (1860-1917), Duchess of Connaught, born Princess of Prussia, Prince Arthur jr of Great-Britain (1883-1938), Crown-Princess Margaret of Sweden (1882-1920), born Princess of Great-Britain, Crown-Prince Gustaf-Adolf of Sweden (1882-1973),later King Gustaf VI Adolf of Sweden
Mary I, *Bloody Mary*, Queen of England (1516-1558)
Mary, Pss Royal, Princess of Great Britain and Ireland (1897-1965)
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