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  1. Antony Armstrong-Jones ou Lord Snowdon, né le 7 mars 1930 à Londres où il est mort le 13 janvier 2017, comte de Snowdon, est un designer, photographe et réalisateur britannique. Lord Snowdon fut l'époux de la princesse Margaret du Royaume-Uni , père de leurs deux enfants ; David, comte de Snowdon et Lady Sarah Chatto .

  2. Antony Armstrong-Jones’s divorce from Princess Margaret was the first royal divorce in over a century. In a way, he set the precedent that allowed Prince Charles to marry the commoner Diana Spencer…and for them to divorce as well. But that’s another story. In the meantime, Tony tried to figure out where to go after exiting the royal family.

  3. Antony Charles Robert Armstrong-Jones, 1. Earl of Snowdon (bekannt als Lord Snowdon, Künstlername Snowdon), GCVO (* 7. März 1930 in London; † 13. Januar 2017 in Kensington) war ein britischer Fotograf und Designer und vom 6.

  4. 04/01/2022 · Princess Margaret's husband was Antony Armstrong-Jones, a photographer, and most importantly, a commoner. Their marriage was historic for many reasons, although their 18-year marriage was littered ...

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › AntonyAntony - Wikipedia

    Antony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon (1930–2017), English photographer and filmmaker, husband of Princess Margaret; Antony de Ávila (born 1962), Colombian footballer; Antony Beevor (born 1946), English military historian; Antony Blinken (born 1962), American government administrator and secretary of state of the United States

  6. Princess Margaret was also a devoted mother. Two children from her marriage to Antony Armstrong-Jones survive her: Lord Linley, born on 3 November 1961, and Lady Sarah Chatto, born on 1 May 1964. Find out more about The Princess's life, patronages, honours and decorations in this section.

  7. Ronnie Jones (June 2, 1949 – June 16, 1996) was an American country music singer known professionally as Anthony Armstrong Jones, a stage name that he took from the name of the British photographer who married Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon.

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