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  1. Signature. Princess Victoria Alice Elizabeth Julia Marie of Battenberg (25 February 1885 – 5 December 1969) was the mother of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and mother-in-law of Queen Elizabeth II . A great-granddaughter of Queen Victoria, Alice was born in Windsor Castle and grew up in Great Britain, Germany and Malta.

  2. 19/11/2019 · Princess Alice of Battenberg was born at Windsor Castle on February 25, 1885. Her mother was Princess Victoria of Hesse and by Rhine, and her father was Prince Louis of Battenberg. Alice's relation to Queen Victoria makes Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip distant cousins. A portrait of Princess Alice, circa 1885. Hulton Archive // Getty Images

    • Samantha Vincenty
  3. 17/11/2019 · Princess Alice of Battenberg was the mother of Britain’s Prince Philip. She is featured in season 3 of Netflix’s series, The Crown. (Warning: This article will contain spoilers for the show). What...

  4. 18/11/2019 · - Facts About Queen Elizabeth's Mother-in-Law How Princess Alice of Battenberg, Prince Philip's Mother, Became the Royal Family's Black Sheep Alice is much, much more than Queen Elizabeth's...

    • Chloe Foussianes
  5. 21/12/2019 · Prince Philip with his mother, Princess Alice of Battenberg, in 1960 | Credit: Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty One of the stand-out stories in season three of The Crown focuses on Prince...

    • Simon Perry
  6. 09/04/2021 · Prince Philip’s mother, Princess Alice of Battenberg, was a little-known member of the British royal family, who lived a tumultuous life of tragedy but also of great philanthropic work in Greece. Princess Alice, who was the mother of Prince Philip and who became the mother-in-law of Queen Elizabeth II in 1947, spent half her life in Greece.

  7. 18/11/2019 · During episode 4, "Bubbikins," we meet Princess Alice of Battenberg—also known as Princess Andrew of Greece—played by Jane Lapotaire. As Prince Philip's mother and Queen Elizabeth II's mother-in-law, the latter invited the elderly princess to live in London to be closer to the family after she struggled in Greece.