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  2. Princess Sophie of Greece and Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Princess Sophie of Greece and Denmark ( Greek: Σοφία, romanized : Sofía; 26 June 1914 – 24 November 2001) was by birth a Greek and Danish princess as well as Princess of Hesse-Kassel and Princess of Hanover through her successive marriages to Prince Christoph of Hesse and Prince George William of Hanover.

  3. Sophie of Greece and Denmark – An exiled Princess (Part one)

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    Princess Sophie of Greece and Denmark was born on 26 June 1914 as the fourth daughter of Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark and Princess Alice of Battenberg. Her grandmother Victoria arrived in early June to be with Alice as she gave birth, but Sophie arrived rather late. Victoria wrote on the day of her birth, “Well, the baby is here at last.

  4. Princess Sophie of Greece and Denmark - FamilySearch

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    26 June 1914–24 November 2001 (Age 87) Ionian Islands, Greece The Life Summary of Sophie When Princess Sophie of Greece and Denmark was born on 26 June 1914, in Ionian Islands, Greece, her father, Prince Andrew von Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, was 32 and her mother, Princess Victoria Alice Elizabeth Julia Marie von Battenberg, was 29.

  5. Queen Sofía of Spain - Wikipedia

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    Princess Sophia of Greece and Denmark was born on 2 November 1938, at Tatoi Palace in Acharnes, Athens, Greece, the eldest child of King Paul and his wife, Queen Frederica. Sofía is a member of the Greek branch of the Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg dynasty. Her brother was the deposed King Constantine II and her sister is Princess Irene .

  6. Who were Prince Philip's siblings? | The Sun

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    Princess Cecilie Of Greece And Denmark 7 Cecilie tragically died in a plane crash in 1937 Credit: Alamy Philip’s third sister was Cecilie, who was born on June 22, 1911. Tragically she was...

  7. Princess Sophie of Greece and Denmark - geni family tree

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    Sophie Hesse-Kassel Hanover (born Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg) in WikiTree view all 16 Immediate Family Christoph Ernst August von Hessen husband Prinzessin Christina Margarethe ... daughter Dorothea Charlotte Karin von Hessen daughter Karl Prinz von Hessen son Private child Clarissa Alice Derrien daughter

  8. Princess Irene of Greece and Denmark - Wikipedia

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    v. t. e. Princess Irene of Greece and Denmark, R.E. ( Greek: Ειρήνη; born 11 May 1942) is the youngest child and second daughter of Paul of Greece and his wife Queen Frederica. She is the younger sister of Queen Sofía of Spain and of the late Constantine II of Greece, Prince of Denmark and maternal aunt of Felipe VI of Spain .

  9. Princess Theodora of Greece and Denmark (1906–1969)

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    Princess Theodora of Greece and Denmark ( Greek: Θεοδώρα; 30 May 1906 – 16 October 1969) was by birth a Greek and Danish princess as well as Margravine of Baden through her marriage to Berthold, pretender to the throne of the Grand Duchy of Baden .

  10. Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark - Wikipedia

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    He was a prince of both Denmark and Greece by virtue of his patrilineal descent. A career soldier, he began military training at an early age, and was commissioned as an officer in the Greek army. His command positions were substantive appointments rather than honorary, and he saw service in the Balkan Wars.

  11. Princess Anastasia of Greece and Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Princess Anastasia and Prince Christopher of Greece and Denmark, 1923. The wealthy, 30-year-old widow, soon to be known in Europe as "Nancy May Leeds", chose to remain in Europe, where she socialised among the aristocracy. Leeds was a noted client of Cartier, having her own hall in this famous jewelry shop. She started collecting valuable art ...