www.gofundme.com/oldfashionedhomestead Please donate $100 so this family can have a home! Queen Mary of Teck, wife of King George V and the grandmother of Queen Elizabeth II. Her mother was a member of the British royal family, and her father was a German duke.
Queen Mary with her daughter Mary, the Princess Royal. After the Great War Queen Mary thought to try a shorter skirt length but the King was not having it. 'It is not only important to be permanent',he proclaimed,'it is important to look permanent'.
Photograph of Queen Mary (1867-1953) when Duchess of York and her two eldest sons Prince Edward (later King Edward VIII) (1894-1972) and Prince Albert (later King George VI) (1895-1952), dressed in sailors' suits and Princess Mary (1897-1965), playing with flowers
Queen Mary, Princess Elizabeth (future Queen of England), Princess Margaret
Queen Mary wearing wide hat and King George V
Queen Mary on the day of the funeral of Queen Alexandra, 1925.
1906 Description: Photograph of the Prince and Princess of Wales, later King George V (1865-1936) and Queen Mary (1867-1953): standing outside door at Abergeldie. The Prince is dressed in Highland costume; his terrier dog, Happy, sits to right
Queen Victoria with King George and Queen Mary, 1893
- Queen Victoria with the future King George V and Crown Princess Mary of Teck, 1893
Queen Mary (1867-1953) | in a portrait that is part of the Royal Collection Trust. She was a magpie of a Queen and we have her to thank for the documentation the accompanies the the jewels of the current Queen.
Portrait of Queen Mary, Consort of King George V. Married in 1893. Born in 1867. Daughter of Francis, Prince & Duke of Teck & Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge, granddaughter of George III. Died in 1953.
Queen Mary (1867-1953) when Princess of Wales | Royal Collection Trust
The Top 30 Dresses Queen Mary Wore On The CW's 'Reign'
Adelaide Kane as Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots in Reign (TV Series, 2013).
Queen Mary's Dollhouse - The two Halls, with the Grand Staircase, its walls painted by William Nicholson, flanked by servants' quarters