Maud Carnegie, Countess of Southesk (née Lady Maud Duff; 3 April 1893 – 14 December 1945), titled Princess Maud from 1905 to 1923, was a granddaughter of the British king Edward VII. Read more on Wikipedia Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Princess Maud, Countess of Southesk has received more than 335,330 page views.
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Maud Carnegie, Countess of Southesk, titled Princess Maud from 1905 to 1923, was a granddaughter of the British king Edward VII. Maud and her elder sister,...
Princess Maud (born Lady Maud Duff; 3 April 1893 – 14 December 1945), later Countess of Southesk, was a granddaughter of the British king Edward VII. Maud and her elder sister, Alexandra, had the distinction of being the only female-line descendants of a British sovereign officially granted both the title of Princess and the style of Highness.
Maud Duff, Countess of Southesk. Maud Duff, Countess of Southesk, fotografiert von Lallie Charles, vor 1919. Maud Alexandra Victoria Georgina Bertha Duff, Countess of Southesk (* 3. April 1893 auf East Sheen Lodge, Richmond, London; † 14. Dezember 1945 in London) war ein Mitglied der britischen königlichen Familie .
Maud and her husband operated a model farm at Elsick, in Kincardineshire, Scotland. They had one child: James George Alexander Bannerman Carnegie, 3rd Duke of Fife, 12th Earl of Southesk (b. 23 September 1929). Although Princess Maud did not normally carry out royal engagements, she served as a Counsellor of State between 1942 and 1945.
10 November 1941 – 14 December 1945: The Right Honourable The Countess of Southesk Legally, Maud remained a Princess of Great Britain and Ireland with the style of Highness until her death. Princess Maud of Fife Lady Carnegie,Duff,Countess of Southesk,Princess of Great Britain "PRINCESS MAUD’S WEDDING . THE PRESENTS