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  1. Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon, CI, GCVO, CD (Margaret Rose; 21 August 1930 – 9 February 2002) was the younger daughter of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth and the only sibling of Queen Elizabeth II . Margaret spent much of her childhood with her parents and sister. Her life changed dramatically at the age of six when her paternal ...

  2. Princess Margaret, in full Princess Margaret Rose Windsor, countess of Snowdon, (born August 21, 1930, Glamis Castle, Scotland—died February 9, 2002, London, England), British royal, the second daughter of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (from 1952 Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother) and the younger sister of Queen Elizabeth II.

    • Who Was Princess Margaret?
    • Early Years
    • Controversial Romance
    • Marriage and Scandal
    • Charities and Honors
    • Health Problems and Death

    The younger sister of Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Margaret became known for an independent streak, her reputation bolstered by a controversial relationship with royal equerry Peter Townsend. The princess wed photographer Antony Armstrong-Jonesin 1960, but their marriage was also marked by scandal before their divorce in 1978, the first in the roya...

    Princess Margaret Rose was born on August 21, 1930, at Glamis Castle, Scotland, the second daughter of the Duke and Duchess of York. Following the abdication of Edward VIII to marry American Wallis Simpson, her parents were crowned King George VI and Queen Elizabethin 1937. As a child, Margaret enjoyed swimming and displayed a talent for the piano....

    Following the war, Margaret appeared in the public eye more frequently. Oft contrasted with her older sister, Elizabeth, the glamorous young beauty developed a reputation as an independent spirit who enjoyed socializing late into the night. Margaret soon grew close to Group Captain Peter Townsend, a war hero and royal equerry, and their secret rela...

    Princess Margaret eventually struck up a relationship with photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, who was appointed 1st Earl of Snowdon following their marriage in May 1960. Their son, David Albert Charles, was born in November 1961, and daughter, Lady Sarah Frances Elizabeth, followed in May 1964. By the late 1960s, Margaret and Lord Snowdon's high-...

    Although she drew the most attention for her extravagant lifestyle, Princess Margaret was involved with more than 80 charities and organizations. Among them, she served as president of the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children and president of the Royal Ballet. Additionally, Margaret was appointed commander in chief of several ...

    Like her father and following years of heavy smoking, Princess Margaret underwent an operation to remove part of her left lung in early 1985. In 1993, she contracted pneumonia. No longer the subject of media scrutiny, Margaret withdrew into private life as the tabloids focused on Princess Dianaand a younger generation of royals. She dealt with incr...

    • Childhood
    • Marriage and Family
    • Later Years
    • Charities and Patronages
    • Honours and Appointments

    The Princess was educated at home with her sister Princess Elizabeth (now The Queen). She learned to ride, enjoyed swimming and became a keen gardener. She had a strong interest in music from an early age, taking piano lessons by the age of four and later becoming an accomplished pianist. In 1937 she joined the Brownies, and when she was old enough...

    In February 1960 The Queen announced her consent to the engagement of The Princess Margaret to Mr Antony Armstrong-Jones, and they were married in Westminster Abbey on 6 May. The honeymoon was spent in the West Indies. After marriage they made their home in an apartment in Kensington Palace. In October 1961 Mr Armstrong-Jones was created Earl of Sn...

    In her later years The Princess Margaret suffered poor health, experiencing a mild stroke on 23 February 1998 whilst at her holiday home in Mustique. Twelve months later the Princess severely scalded her feet in a bathroom accident. This affected her mobility to the extent that the Princess later required support when walking and was sometimes rest...

    Princess Margaret took a full share in the Royal Family's many public activities and showed particular interest in the broad field of welfare work. Many of the 80-plus organisations of which she was Patron or President are concerned with activities for young people, children's well-being and caring for sick people. She was President of the National...

    Princess Margaret was Colonel-in-Chief of a number of military units, including the 15th/19th The King's Royal Hussars and The Royal Highland Fusiliers, taking a personal interest in their history and activities and making a point of being posted with their latest news. She had special relationships with HMS Illustrious and HMS Norfolk. She was Hon...

  3. El Princess Margaret International School es un colegio privado de Barcelona que cubre las etapas que van desde la Educación Infantil con alumnos de 3-5 años de edad, pasando por la Educación Primaria de los 6-11 años de edad, hasta llegar a la Educación Secundaria con estudiantes de 12-15 años de edad.

  4. 02/12/2020 · Princess Margaret was disliked at a young age Getty Images Princess Margaret was beloved by her father, King George VI. "He used to look at her as if he couldn't believe this enchanting thing was his daughter," a courtier told The Telegraph. The daughter of one of the late king's courtiers added, "The King spoiled her dreadfully.

  5. Princess Margaret was born on August 21st, 1930 in Glamis Castle in Scotland. But her beginning wasn’t what many people think. See, little Margaret wasn’t actually directly in line for the crown. Her father was a younger son of the King of England, and no one in the family expected to make it to the throne. Well, that all changed—and quickly.