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    Hace 1 día · Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary; born 21 April 1926) [a] is Queen of the United Kingdom and 14 other Commonwealth realms. [b] [c] Elizabeth was born in Mayfair, London, as the first child of the Duke and Duchess of York (later King George VI and Queen Elizabeth ).

  2. 12/07/2022 · Mary, Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood (Victoria Alexandra Alice Mary; 25 April 1897 – 28 March 1965), was the only daughter of King George V and Queen Mary. She was the sister of Kings Edward VIII and George VI, and aunt of the current British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II. In the First World War, she performed charity work in support of servicemen and their families. She married Henry ...

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    Alice Christa­bel was born in Mon­tagu House, White­hall, Lon­don, on Christ­mas Day 1901 as the third daugh­ter and fifth child of John Mon­tagu Dou­glas Scott, Duke of Buc­cleuch and Queens­berry, and his wife, the for­mer Lady Mar­garet Alice "Molly" Bridge­man, daugh­ter of the 4th Earl of Brad­ford. Her broth­ers Wal­ter and William and her ne...

    In 1935, Alice re­turned to the United King­dom when she learned that her fa­ther's health had been deteriorating. In Au­gust 1935, Lady Alice be­came en­gaged to Prince Henry, Duke of Glouces­ter. Henry pro­posed to Alice with a square sap­phire ring. They were mar­ried in a pri­vate cer­e­mony, in the Pri­vate Chapel, Buck­ing­ham Palace, on 6 No...

    In 1975, Princess Alice was the first woman to be ap­pointed a Dame Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath. In 1981, she first pub­lished her mem­oirs under the title The Mem­oirs of Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester. In 1991, she re­leased a re­vised edi­tion as Mem­o­ries of Ninety Years. In 1994, after the Glouces­ters had to give up Barn­well...

    Princess Alice died on 29 Oc­to­ber 2004 in her sleep at Kens­ing­ton Palace at age 102. Fol­low­ing her death, the Union Jack flew at half mast at Buck­ing­ham Palace. Her fu­neral was held on 5 No­vem­ber 2004, at St George's Chapel, Wind­sor, and she was in­terred next to her hus­band, Prince Henry, and her elder son, Prince William, in the Roya...

    Hugo Vick­ers called Princess Alice "a very pri­vate per­son who was not widely known to the gen­eral pub­lic" de­spite being the third high­est rank­ing lady in the royal fam­ily at the time of her mar­riage. It was well known she dis­liked large par­ties. Peter Townsend said of her: "She pos­sessed clas­sic, serene good looks and sin­cer­ity shon...

    Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester, The Memoirs of Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester (London: Collins, 1983), ISBN 0-00-216646-1.
    Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester, Memories of Ninety Years (London: Collins & Brown Ltd, 1991), ISBN 1-85585-048-6.

    Titles and styles

    1. 25 December 1901 – 5 November 1935: LadyAlice Montagu Douglas Scott 2. 6 November 1935 – 10 June 1974: Her Royal HighnessThe Duchess of Gloucester 3. 10 June 1974 – 29 October 2004: Her Royal HighnessPrincess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester On 10 June 1974, Prince Henry died, and was suc­ceeded as Duke of Glouces­ter by their sec­ond son, Prince Richard (the cou­ple's elder son, Prince William, had been killed in an aero­plane crash in 1972). As a widow she re­quested per­mis­sion from her ni...

    Honours

    British honours 1. GCStJ: Dame Grand Cross of the Order of St. John, 1936 2. CI: Companion of the Crown of India, 9 June 1937 3. GBE: Dame Grand Cross of the Order of the British Empire, 11 May 1937 4. GCVO: Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order, 1 January 1948 5. GCB: Dame Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath, 2 April 1975 6. Royal Family Order of King George V, 1935 7. Royal Family Order of King George VI, 1937 8. Royal Family Order of Queen Elizabeth II, 1952 For­eign honours 1. Gr...

    Bibliography

    1. Vickers, Hugo (2006), Elizabeth, The Queen Mother, Arrow Books/Random House, ISBN 978-0-09-947662-7 2. Duchess of Gloucester, Princess Alice (1983), The Memoirs of Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester, Collins, ISBN 0-00-216646-1 3. Aronson, Theo (2014), The Royal Family at War, Thistle Publishing, ISBN 978-1910198032 4. Ronald Allison and Sarah Riddell, eds., The Royal Encyclopedia (London: Macmillan, 1991), ISBN 0-333-53810-2. 5. Marlene A. Eilers, Queen Victoria's Descendants (New York...

    A video of HRH Princess Alice launching a ship at Devonport, UK on YouTube
    Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester at IMDb
  3. 04/08/2022 · A General and Heraldic Dictionary of The Peerage and Baronetage of the United Kingdom, for M.D.CCC.XXVI. Exhibited, Under Strict Alphabetical Arrangements, The Present State of Those Exalted Ranks, With Their Armorial, Bearings, Mottoes, and c. And Deducing the Lineage of Each House From The Founder of Its Honors.

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    30/07/2022 · The Princess and the Duchess Josephine Fairley 1989-01-01 Traces the lives of Princess Diana and the Duchess of York and looks at their childhoods, courtships, marriages, interests, and mutual friendship. A Short Memorial, and Character, of that Most Noble and Illustrious Princess, Mary Dutchess of Ormonde. [With a portrait.]

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