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  1. Armstrong-Jones lectured at St Bartholomew's Hospital, and became consulting physician in mental diseases to the military forces at London and Aldershot. In 1913, he assumed the additional surname of Armstrong, which had been the maiden name of his wife's mother, Jane Armstrong Roberts, [2] because he wanted to distinguish himself from another prominent Robert Jones of the time. [2]

  2. Sir Robert remained attached to Claybury, where he died at the age of 85. His wife survived him by only four months. Their daughter, Elaine, married Colonel Charles Wauchup. Sir Robert's son, Ronald Armstrong-Jones, became a barrister and was the father of Antony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon, the brother-in-law of Queen Elizabeth II ...

  3. Robert Armstrong-Jones's uncles and aunts: Robert Armstrong-Jones's uncle was Antony Armstrong-Jones, Lord Snowdon Robert Armstrong-Jones's aunt was Susan Vesey, Countess of Vesci Robert Armstrong-Jones's uncle-by-marriage was John Vesey, 6th Viscount de Vesci.

  4. Antony Charles Robert Armstrong-Jones, I conde de Snowdon GCVO (7 de marzo de 1930-13 de enero de 2017) [1] fue un fotógrafo y cineasta británico, que estuvo casado con la princesa Margarita, hija menor del rey Jorge VI y hermana menor de la reina Isabel II. [2]

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    Lord Snowdon married Princess Margaret in 1960. During the 1960s, he worked as the picture editor of The Sunday Timesmagazine. The couple divorced in 1978; Snowdon remarried that same year, divorcing again in 2000. In 2001, his photography was featured in a career retrospective. In 2008, writer Anne de Courcy published his controversial biography.

    Lord Snowdon, born as Antony Charles Robert Armstrong-Jones on March 7, 1930, in London, England, was the only son of his father, a Welsh barrister named Ronald Owen Lloyd Armstrong-Jones. His mother was a wealthy socialite named Anne Messel. Lord Snowdon's parents separated when he was still a toddler. His mother remarried to Lawrence Michael Harvey Parsons, Sixth Earl of Rosse when Lord Snowdon was five years old. She subsequently became the Countess of Rosse. Lord Snowdon contracted polio at age 16. During his recuperation, his older sister Susan was the only family member to visit him; however, his mother gave him a camera to help him pass the time. Six months later, he emerged from his recovery with a shortened and withered leg. His ongoing struggle to adapt to his stigmatized condition would later inspire his inexhaustible dedication to organizations that advocate for the disabled. His introduction to photography would also inform his future.

    Princess Margaret

    In 1958, during Lord Snowdon's early photographic career, he met Queen Elizabeth II's sister, Princess Margaret. The two were married in 1960. (Some of Margaret's friends have speculated she used Lord Snowdon as a rebound after she was forbidden to marry war hero Peter Townsend due to his divorcée status.) Whatever the real story, Lord Snowdon became the first commoner in four and a half centuries to marry a king's daughter. The following year, he was granted the title "First Earl of Snowdon....

    Second Marriage to Lucy Mary Lindsay-Hogg

    Lord Snowdon remarried film production assistant Lucy Mary Lindsay-Hogg at the end of that same year. The marriage yielded a daughter, Lady Frances Armstrong-Jones, but ended in divorce in 2000, this time amid allegations that Lord Snowdon was having an affair. Lord Snowdon's first wife, Princess Margaret, died two years later.

  6. Antony Charles Robert Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon, GCVO FRSA RDI (7 March 1930 – 13 January 2017) was a British photographer and filmmaker. He is best known for his portraits of world notables, many of them published in Vogue, Vanity Fair, and other major venues; more than 100 of his photographs are in the permanent collections of the National Portrait Gallery.

    • Antony Charles Robert Armstrong-Jones, 7 March 1930, Belgravia, London, England
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