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  • Duke Alexander of Württemberg (1804–1885)

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  • In November 1891, George's elder brother, Albert Victor, became engaged to his second cousin once removed Princess Victoria Mary of Teck, known as "May" within the family.George V-Wikipedia
  • Scandal-free, hard working and popular, George V was the British monarch who, with Queen Mary, established the modern pattern of exemplary conduct for British royalty, based on middle-class values and virtues.United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland-Wikipedia
  • The foundation stone of New Delhi was laid by King George V and Queen Mary at the site of Delhi Durbar of 1911 at Kingsway Camp on 15 December 1911, during their imperial visit.New Delhi-Wikipedia
  • Of this grand plan only the Edward VII galleries in the centre of the North Front were ever constructed, these were built 1906–14 to the design by J.J. Burnet, and opened by King George V and Queen Mary in 1914.British Museum-Wikipedia
  • His mother, the Duchess of York (later Queen Mary), was the eldest child and only daughter of Francis, Duke of Teck, and Mary Adelaide, Duchess of Teck.George VI-Wikipedia
  • When he declared he would marry no other, his mother, Queen Mary, visited Glamis to see for herself the girl who had stolen her son's heart.Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother-Wikipedia
  • The international and national organisers arrived at 2.35 pm and King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, with Queen Mary and other members of the Royal Family, at 2.45 pm.1948 Summer Olympics-Wikipedia
  • Among the guests at the wedding were his cousins Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and King George V, and George's wife, Queen Mary.Wilhelm II, German Emperor-Wikipedia
  • In 1893, Nicholas traveled to London on behalf of his parents to be present at the wedding of his cousin the Duke of York to Princess Mary of Teck.Nicholas II of Russia-Wikipedia
  • In late 1891, Edward's eldest son, Albert Victor, was engaged to Princess Victoria Mary of Teck.Edward VII-Wikipedia
  • In 1943, when she was elected as Royal Bencher, Queen Mary became the first female Bencher in any Inn.Lincoln's Inn-Wikipedia
  • The British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, and Elizabeth's grandmother, Queen Mary, favoured the retention of the House of Windsor, and so on 9 April 1952 Elizabeth issued a declaration that Windsor would continue to be the name of the royal house.Elizabeth II-Wikipedia
  • It was reopened on 22 November 1928 by Queen Mary.Lincoln's Inn-Wikipedia
  • The next most senior member is the Grand Master, of whom there have been three: Prince Edward, the Prince of Wales (1917–1936); Queen Mary (1936–1953); and the current Grand Master, the Duke of Edinburgh (since 1953).Order of the British Empire-Wikipedia
  • Born into a family of British nobility, she came to prominence in 1923 when she married the Duke of York, the second son of King George V and Queen Mary.Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother-Wikipedia
  • Edward was born during the reign of his great-grandmother Queen Victoria as the eldest child of the Duke and Duchess of York, later King George V and Queen Mary.Edward VIII-Wikipedia
  • George V continued a process of more gradual modernisation, assisted by his wife, Mary of Teck, who had a strong interest in furniture and decoration.Windsor Castle-Wikipedia
  • After the First World War, when Queen Mary wished to follow fashion by raising her skirts a few inches from the ground, she requested a lady-in-waiting to shorten her own skirt first to gauge the King's reaction.Buckingham Palace-Wikipedia
  • Nicholas was also joined by his cousin, King George V and his wife, Queen Mary.Nicholas II of Russia-Wikipedia
  • On 13 May 1901, the Duke of York (later George V) and his wife, Mary the Duchess of York, travelled by train from Melbourne to Ballarat.Ballarat-Wikipedia
  • Queens consort have been made Ladies of the Garter since 1901 (Queens Alexandra in 1901, Mary in 1910 and Elizabeth in 1937).Knight-Wikipedia
  • The visit coincided with the birth of the Duke and Duchess of York's first child, the future King Edward VIII.Nicholas II of Russia-Wikipedia
  • He was the eldest son of the Duke and Duchess of York (later King George V and Queen Mary).Edward VIII-Wikipedia
  • The private apartments which had not been properly occupied since the era of Queen Mary were renovated and further modernised, and the Queen, Prince Philip and their two children took up residence.Windsor Castle-Wikipedia
  • She was baptised by the Anglican Archbishop of York, Cosmo Gordon Lang, in the private chapel of Buckingham Palace on 29 May, and named Elizabeth after her mother; Alexandra after George V's mother, who had died six months earlier; and Mary after her paternal grandmother.Elizabeth II-Wikipedia
  • George V and Queen Mary both supported the creation of the National Maritime Museum, and Mary presented the museum with many items.Greenwich-Wikipedia
  • King George V also made his consort, Queen Mary, a Lady of the Garter and King George VI subsequently did the same for his wife, Queen Elizabeth.Order of the Garter-Wikipedia
  • In 1934, it moved to its current headquarters on Portland Place, with the building being opened by King George V and Queen Mary.Royal Institute of British Architects-Wikipedia
  • During the Delhi Durbar on 12 December 1911, George V, then Emperor of India, along with Queen Mary, his consort, made the announcement that the capital of the Raj was to be shifted from Calcutta to Delhi, while laying the foundation stone for the viceroy's residence in the Coronation Park, Kingsway Camp.New Delhi-Wikipedia
  • When Queen Mary, Elizabeth's grandmother, heard of this, she informed the British prime minister Winston Churchill, who himself later advised the Queen to issue a royal proclamation declaring that the royal house was to remain known as the House of Windsor.Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh-Wikipedia

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