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The wife of King George VI and the mother of Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon. Wikipedia

  • Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon

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  • Mary of Teck

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  • George VI

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  • Elizabeth II

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  • Edward VIII

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  • Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester

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  • Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark

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  • Alexandra of Yugoslavia

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  • Princess Louise Margaret of Prussia

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  • The abandonment of a station clock, and perceived lack of a 'serious ident', also put the BBC in an embarrassing situation just one day into the new look with the death of the Queen Mother.BBC One-Wikipedia
  • In contrast to his father, Joseph I was fond of de Melo, and with the Queen Mother's approval, he appointed Melo as Minister of Foreign Affairs.Portugal-Wikipedia
  • Her mother, the Duchess of York (later Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother), was the youngest daughter of Scottish aristocrat the Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne.Elizabeth II-Wikipedia
  • Elizabeth was born in London as the first child of the Duke and Duchess of York, later King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, and she was educated privately at home.Elizabeth II-Wikipedia
  • The vigil was not repeated until the death of George's daughter-in-law, Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, in 2002.George V-Wikipedia
  • 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.Horse racing-Wikipedia
  • 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.Westminster Abbey-Wikipedia
  • The engagement of Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles was announced on 10 February 2005; he presented her with an engagement ring that had belonged to his grandmother.Charles, Prince of Wales-Wikipedia
  • The cathedral was re-consecrated in the presence of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother in 1991.Portsmouth-Wikipedia
  • That year, he met for the first time since childhood Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, the youngest daughter of the Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne.George VI-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
  • Stone was previously commissioned to paint portraits of the Queen and Queen Mother.Margaret Thatcher-Wikipedia
  • However, the monarchy also receives a substantial grant from the government, the Sovereign Support Grant, and Queen Elizabeth II's inheritance from her mother, Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, was exempt from inheritance tax.Government of the United Kingdom-Wikipedia
  • At eight or ten years old, he was inspired by the Queen Mother waving at him from a Rolls-Royce to divert from the shipyard prospect towards a more glamorous life.Sting (musician)-Wikipedia
  • He married Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon in 1923 and they had two daughters, Elizabeth and Margaret.George VI-Wikipedia
  • Clarence House, previously the residence of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, is Charles's official London residence.Charles, Prince of Wales-Wikipedia
  • One highlight of the late 1930s, both for the railway and for Canada, was the visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth during their 1939 royal tour of Canada, the first time that the reigning monarch had visited the country.Canadian Pacific Railway-Wikipedia
  • In October 1945, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth visited Imperial to commemorate the centenary of the Royal College of Chemistry, which was the oldest of the institutions that united to form Imperial College.Imperial College London-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
  • In 1939, the CPR and the CNR had the honour of giving King George VI and Queen Elizabeth a rail tour of Canada, from Quebec City to Vancouver.Canadian Pacific Railway-Wikipedia
  • In a 1982 poll, she was voted fourth-most recognisable woman in Britain, after Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, Queen Elizabeth II and Diana, Princess of Wales.Coronation Street-Wikipedia
  • As Canada's capital, Ottawa has played host to a number of significant cultural events in Canadian history, including the first visit of the reigning Canadian sovereign—King George VI, with his consort, Queen Elizabeth—to his parliament, on 19 May 1939.Ottawa-Wikipedia
  • Charles was born at Buckingham Palace as the first grandchild of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.Charles, Prince of Wales-Wikipedia
  • It was last tolled for the death of Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, in 2002.St Paul's Cathedral-Wikipedia
  • A new Library was constructed in the 1950s to a design by Edward Maufe and opened by the Queen Mother in 1958.Middle Temple-Wikipedia
  • Especially notable were the semi-streamlined H1 class Royal Hudsons, locomotives that were given their name because one of their class hauled the royal train carrying King George VI and Queen Elizabeth on the 1939 royal tour across Canada without change or failure.Canadian Pacific Railway-Wikipedia
  • The reigning monarch is at the apex of the Royal Victorian Order as its Sovereign, followed by the Grand Master; the latter position was created in 1937 and was occupied by Queen Elizabeth (later the Queen Mother) from that date until her death in 2002.Royal Victorian Order-Wikipedia
  • Sovereigns and consorts who have visited include Edward VIII as Prince of Wales in 1919, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1939, and Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh, as Princess Elizabeth in 1951 and afterwards as Queen in 1959, 1978, 1987 and 2005.Saskatoon-Wikipedia
  • The 1950 British Grand Prix was a significant occasion for two reasons: it was the first ever World Championship Grand Prix, carrying the title of the European Grand Prix; and the event was graced by the presence of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth – the first and only time a reigning monarch has attended a motor race in Britain.Silverstone Circuit-Wikipedia
  • Charles was born at Buckingham Palace in London during the reign of his maternal grandfather George VI on 14 November 1948, at 9:14 pm (GMT), the first child of Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh, and Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and first grandchild of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.Charles, Prince of Wales-Wikipedia

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