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  1. George Henry Hubert Lascelles, 7th Earl of Harewood, KBE, AM (7 February 1923 – 11 July 2011), styled The Honourable George Lascelles before 1929 and Viscount Lascelles between 1929 and 1947, was a British classical music administrator and author.

  2. David Henry George Lascelles, 8th Earl of Harewood (born 21 October 1950), styled as Viscount Lascelles until 2011, is a British hereditary peer and film and television producer. He is a second cousin of Charles III and a great-grandson of George V .

  3. On 6 October 1929, Lord Lascelles, who had been created a Knight of the Garter upon his marriage, succeeded his father as 6th Earl of Harewood, Viscount Lascelles, and Baron Harewood. On 1 January 1932, George V declared that his only daughter should bear the title Princess Royal, succeeding her aunt Princess Louise, Duchess of Fife who had died a year earlier.

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    George V (George Frederick Ernest Albert; ... Henry Lascelles, 6th Earl of Harewood: George Lascelles, 7th Earl of Harewood: The Hon. Gerard Lascelles:

  5. 11/09/2022 · Queen Elizabeth II had only one sibling, Princess Margaret. She was four years younger than the queen, and died in 2002 at 71 years old. About two months later, their mother Queen Elizabeth passed ...

  6. William V, Prince of Orange (born 1748), only son of Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange, George II's deceased eldest daughter; Upon his death, the throne passed to the first person in line, who became George III. George III. On the day of George III's death, 29 January 1820, the line of succession to the British throne was:

  7. Their oldest son, George Windsor, married his Catholic wife in 1988 and was thereby excluded until 2015, when the Perth Agreement was implemented. Two of his three children are Catholics. Only Lady Amelia Windsor is still in the line, but it is presumed that she will follow the lead of her siblings and parents and be confirmed [in the Catholic faith] when she is older and hence will be ...