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The younger daughter of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, and the only sibling of Queen Elizabeth II. Wikipedia
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- The province celebrated the 75th anniversary of its establishment in 1980, with Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon, presiding over the official ceremonies.
- At the same time, the ashes of the Queen Mother's daughter, Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon, who had died on 9 February 2002, were also interred in a private family service.
- The Duke and Duchess had two children: Elizabeth (called "Lilibet" by the family) who was born in 1926, and Margaret who was born in 1930.
- Elizabeth's only sibling, Princess Margaret, was born in 1930.
- Members of the British Royal Family, such as Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Margaret or the Queen Mother have attended or patroned races at the Champ de Mars numerous times.
- The King, Queen, Princess Elizabeth (the future Queen), and Princess Margaret appeared on the balcony, with the palace's blacked-out windows behind them, to the cheers from a vast crowd in the Mall.
- Princess Elizabeth (the future Queen Elizabeth II) and her sister Princess Margaret were allowed to wander incognito among the crowds and take part in the celebrations.
- This was in 1947 when the King, accompanied by Queen Elizabeth (later The Queen Mother), Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II) and Princess Margaret were travelling to South Africa.
- The king and queen and their children Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret lived for safety in the castle, with the roof above their rooms specially strengthened in case of attack.
- The present Royal Bencher is Duke of Kent who was elected after the death of the previous incumbent Princess Margaret.
- The Gatehouse was restored in 1695 and again between 1967 and 1969—the arms of the Treasurers for those years (Lord Upjohn, John Hawles and Princess Margaret) were added to the inwards side of the Gatehouse itself.
- Charles's aunt, Princess Margaret, burned "highly personal" letters that Diana had written to the Queen Mother in 1993.
- In March, he performed in front of Princess Margaret at the Royal Albert Hall in London, raising money for the NSPCC.
- In the early 1950s, his sister-in-law, Princess Margaret, considered marrying a divorced older man, Peter Townsend.
- Another daughter, Princess Margaret Rose, was born four years later.
- Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon (4 August 1900 – 30 March 2002) was the wife of King George VI and the mother of Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon.
- Mary took an interest in the upbringing of her granddaughters, Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret, and took them on various excursions in London, to art galleries and museums.
- Sir Angus Ogilvy.; Princess Margaret's grandsons Samuel and Arthur Chatto, and Charles Armstrong-Jones, Viscount Linley, also attended Eton College, as did George Lascelles, 7th Earl of Harewood, son of Princess Mary, Princess Royal.
- He married Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon in 1923 and they had two daughters, Elizabeth and Margaret.
- A number of other celebrities such as Princess Margaret were early adopters.
- In 1968 there were two royal visits from Princess Margaret and the Queen who each came to tour the new university for the first time.
- Built on the site of the Empire Theatre, it was officially opened in May 1961 by Princess Margaret.
- The position is usually held by a member of the Royal Family who acts as a patron to the unit, as Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon, did for the Bermuda Regiment.
- Sellers became a close friend of Antony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon, a photographer who was then married to Princess Margaret.
- On 3 December 1979, she performed a charity concert for a full house at the Royal Albert Hall, in the presence of Princess Margaret.
- Other members of the Royal Family who have visited include Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon in 1980, the Prince of Wales (Charles) in 2001, the Princess Anne in 1982 and (as Princess Royal) in 2004, the Duke and Duchess of York (Andrew and Sarah) in 1989, and the Prince Edward in 1978.
- In the 1930s, Barrie met and told stories to the young daughters of the Duke of York, the future Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret.
- Among the early Mellotron owners were Princess Margaret, Peter Sellers, King Hussein of Jordan and Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard (whose Mellotron is now installed in the Church of Scientology's head UK office at Saint Hill Manor).
- During the visit, the Queen and Louis Mountbatten asked Philip to escort the King's two daughters, Elizabeth and Margaret, who were Philip's [[Royal descendants of Queen Victoria and King Christian IX#Monarchs descended from Queen Victoria|third cousins]] through Queen Victoria, and [[Royal descendants of Queen Victoria and King Christian IX#Monarchs descended from King Christian IX|second cousins once removed]] through King Christian IX of Denmark.
- For example, David Armstrong-Jones, 2nd Earl of Snowdon, a nephew of Queen Elizabeth II through her sister Princess Margaret, is in the line of succession to the British crown; in that sense, he is a British dynast, but since he is not a patrilineal member of the British royal family, he is therefore not a dynast of the House of Windsor.
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