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Gräfin Karolyi

Gräfin Karolyi

Queen Mary

Queen Mary

Prince Heinrich XXXIII. Reuss and Princess Viktoria Margaret of Prussia.

Prince Heinrich XXXIII. Reuss and Princess Viktoria Margaret of Prussia.

HIM Empress Marie Feodorovna of Russia (1847-1928) nee Her Royal Highness Princess Dagmar of Denmark

HIM Empress Marie Feodorovna of Russia (1847-1928) nee Her Royal Highness Princess Dagmar of Denmark

Her Royal Highness Princess Friedrich Karl of Prussia (1837-1906) née Her Serene Highness Princess Marianne of Anhalt-Dessau. Princess Marianne's life was hellish with her brute of a husband. While she was still on the delivery bed after giving birth to her third daughter, he punched poor Marianne's ears so hard she lost hearing in one of them just because she didn't have a boy. He was a violent, misogynist drunkard.

Her Royal Highness Princess Friedrich Karl of Prussia (1837-1906) née Her Serene Highness Princess Marianne of Anhalt-Dessau. Princess Marianne's life was hellish with her brute of a husband. While she was still on the delivery bed after giving birth to her third daughter, he punched poor Marianne's ears so hard she lost hearing in one of them just because she didn't have a boy. He was a violent, misogynist drunkard.

Tsarina Catherine the Great of Russia

Tsarina Catherine the Great of Russia

Princess Amalie of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha and Duke Maximilian Emanuel in Bavaria on their wedding day;September 20,1875.

Princess Amalie of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha and Duke Maximilian Emanuel in Bavaria on their wedding day;September 20,1875.

King George V, official portrait photograph of 1935, in full dress uniform with sword

Prince George Alexander Louis: The history and significance of the royal baby's name

King George V, official portrait photograph of 1935, in full dress uniform with sword

Prince Heinrich XXIV Reuss and Countess Dorothea zu Castell-Castell tied the knot in a catholic ceremony at St Veit Church in Iphofen, Germany, on 21 September. The groom was born in 1984 as son of Prince Heinrich X Reuss and his first wife Baroness Elisabeth Åkerhielm af Margrethelund. The bride was born in 1985 as daughter of Count Alexander zu Castell-Castell and his first wife Marion Stepp.

Prince Heinrich XXIV Reuss and Countess Dorothea zu Castell-Castell tied the knot in a catholic ceremony at St Veit Church in Iphofen, Germany, on 21 September. The groom was born in 1984 as son of Prince Heinrich X Reuss and his first wife Baroness Elisabeth Åkerhielm af Margrethelund. The bride was born in 1985 as daughter of Count Alexander zu Castell-Castell and his first wife Marion Stepp.

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