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  1. María de Teck recibió múltiples honores y condecoraciones, tanto británicos como extranjeros, entre otros, fue investida como dama compañera de la Orden de la Jarretera en 1910 —la más importante orden británica—, dama de primera clase de la Real Orden de Victoria y Alberto, [73] compañera de la Imperial Orden de la Corona de la India, [1] además de la Legión de Honor, entre otros.

  2. Portal líder de noticias sobre el Papa Francisco, Iglesia católica, cristianismo, evangelización e historias de conversión del día

  3. Serbia boasts a long culinary tradition that is based on the use of top-quality ingredients full of flavor. Thanks to its favorable climate, fertile soil and many rivers and streams, the country has developed extensive agricultural production, including the raising of livestock and cultivation of crops such as maize, wheat, sunflowers, sugar beet, soya, potatoes, apples, plums and grapes.

  4. Francis, Duke of Teck, GCB, GCVO (Francis Paul Charles Louis Alexander; 28 August 1837 – 21 January 1900) known as Count Francis von Hohenstein until 1863, was an Austrian-born nobleman who married into the British royal family.

  5. Embora fosse tecnicamente uma princesa de Teck, do Reino de Württemberg, ela nasceu e foi criada no Reino Unido. Seus pais eram o príncipe Francisco, Duque de Teck, que era de origem alemã, e a princesa Maria Adelaide de Cambridge, membro da família real britânica. Por haver nascido no mês de maio, ela era chamada familiarmente de "May".

  6. Francis had an affair with society beauty Ellen Constance, wife of Francis Needham, 3rd Earl of Kilmorey, to whom he allegedly bequeathed the Cambridge emeralds, part of the Teck family jewels. To recover these family heirlooms, Francis's sister Queen Mary had his will sealed by a court, and subsequently negotiated with Lady Kilmorey to buy back the emeralds, reportedly paying her £ 10,000 ...

  7. David Alberto Carlos, ii conde de Snowdon (David Albert Charles Armstrong-Jones) (Clarence House, Londres; 3 de noviembre de 1961), conocido profesionalmente como David Linley, es un ebanista británico y presidente de la casa de subastas Christie's en Londres.