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  1. Lady Elphinstone was born Lady Mary Frances Bowes-Lyon on 30 August 1883 in Angus, Scotland, to Claude Bowes-Lyon, 14th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne and Cecilia Cavendish-Bentinck. She was an elder sister of Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon known as Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom (later The Queen Mother).

  2. 24/09/2022 · Born into a family of British nobility as The Honourable Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, she became Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon when her father inherited the Scottish Earldom of Strathmore and Kinghorne in 1904. She came to prominence in 1923 when she married Albert, Duke of York, the second son of King George V and Queen Mary.

  3. Born Margaret Elphinstone in Westminster, London, Rhodes was the youngest daughter of the 16th Lord Elphinstone and his wife, Lady Mary Bowes-Lyon, an elder sister of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother. Her uncle-in-law King George VI was her godfather.

  4. Isabel II del Reino Unido (nacida como Elizabeth Alexandra Mary; Londres, Inglaterra, 21 de abril de 1926-Castillo de Balmoral, Escocia, 8 de septiembre de 2022) [1] fue reina del Reino Unido desde su ascenso al trono en febrero de 1952, hasta su muerte en septiembre de 2022, además de la soberana de otros catorce Estados independientes constituidos en reino y que forman parte de la ...

  5. Teresa Mary Nugent Freeman-Grenville, 13th Lady Kinloss (born 20 July 1957) is a Scottish peer. She is the heir-general of Edward Seymour, Viscount Beauchamp , the older son of Lady Catherine Grey (sister of Lady Jane Grey , briefly Queen of England after the death of King Edward VI ), and has thus been suggested as a claimant to the throne of England .

  6. The Hon Mary Elizabeth Elphinstone (11), daughter of Lord and Lady Elphinstone, niece of the bride Miss Betty Cator (later sister-in-law to the bride, as Hon Mrs Michael Bowes-Lyon) The newly formed British Broadcasting Company had wanted to record and broadcast the event on radio, but the Chapter vetoed the idea (although the Dean , Herbert Edward Ryle , was in favour). [13]

  7. Since 1937, however, the effigies of George V and Mary of Teck have been shown instead. The badge is the only insignia used by all members of the order. Until 1937, it was suspended on a purple ribbon, with a red central stripe for the military division; since then, the ribbon has been rose-pink with pearl-grey edges, with the addition of a pearl-grey central stripe for the military division.