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  2. Princess Victoria of the United Kingdom - Wikipedia

    Between 22 and 24 March 1905, Princess Victoria, along with her mother, her sister Maud and her brother-in-law Carl (the future Haakon VII, King of Norway), made an official visit to Portugal on the royal yacht HMY Victoria and Albert following a visit by the Portuguese monarch to the United Kingdom a year prior.

  3. Anne, Princess Royal - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...,_Princess_Royal

    Anne, Princess Royal, KG, KT, GCVO, GCStJ, QSO, CD (Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise; born 15 August 1950) Anne was born at Clarence House in London, She is the second child, and the only daughter, of Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh .

  4. A Royal Victoria Sponge Cake Recipe | The Royal Family

    The Victoria Sponge was named after Queen Victoria, who regularly ate a slice of sponge cake with her tea, each afternoon! To mark Royal Garden Parties, Buckingham Palace Pastry Chef's are delighted to share this traditional recipe. If you use social media, remember to share your #royalbakes !

  5. Victoria then pressured Albert’s brother, George, who was now second in line to the throne, to propose to Princess Mary. She accepted and, as queen consort of George V , became a beloved ruler.

  6. Kate Middleton and Princess Anne Subtly Pay Tribute to Queen ...

    The Princess of Wales and Princess Anne subtly paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II On her journey to London alongside her mother’s coffin, Princess Anne wore her Grima Pearl Earrings worth $3.5K.

  7. Rarely-seen royal wedding photos: Princess Eugenie, Sarah ...

    The Swedish royal family released a series of wedding photos from Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel's nuptials on their tenth anniversary. The collection included one behind-the-scenes ...

  8. Tragic Facts About Princess Alice Of Battenberg, The Hidden Royal

    Princess Alice was born in Windsor Castle’s Tapestry Room—a far cry from the sanatorium she’d eventually find herself in. Her great-grandmother, Queen Victoria, was present for her birth. Princess Alice was low on the totem pole, but her connection to Victoria ensured she’d end up embroiled in Europe’s messy game of thrones before long.