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a candid photo of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra (1908).  He and his mother Queen Victoria were the first to be photographed with the new Camera invention.

King Edward VII "Bertie" (Albert Edward) & Queen Alexandra by unknown photographer in

Queen Alexandra of the United Kingdom and her daughters Louise and Victoria

Queen Alexandra (centre) wearing the George IV State Diadem. The George IV State Diadem (also known as the "Diamond Diadem") was made in 1820 by the Royal Goldsmiths Rundell, Bridge and Rundell for the coronation of George IV.

Queen Alexandra in Coronation robes wearing the Adelaide Fringe Necklace as a girdle - it's more normally worn as a necklace and as a tiara by Queen Victoria (and in that form is often confused with Queen Mary's 1919 fringe tiara worn by the present Queen at her wedding)

Queen Alexandra Caroline Marie Charlotte Louise Julia "Alix" of Great Britain (of Denmark) at her Coronation 1902

Three generations, King Edward VII, Prince George and Prince Edward. England, early 20th century

(We Three Kings)Three generations, King Edward VII, Prince George (George V) and Prince Edward (Edward VIII).

King Edward VII with his daughter Princess Royal Victoria and wife Queen Alexandra of Denmark.  1903 photo by Lafayette.  Bromide print, 1903

The British royal family: King Edward VII, Queen Consort Alexandra, and their daughter Princess Victoria (‘Toria’),

Edward VII and Alexandra, King and Queen Consort of the United Kingdom of Great Britain.

From Queen Victoria to the present. I respect the grand history of the British Royal Family and strive to remain as impartial as possible.

King Edward VII when he was Prince of Wales. He is great grandfather of HM Queen Elizabeth II and is eponymous with the Edwardian Age.

Britain's priciest semi: Royal bolthole where King Edward VII kept his mistresses up for sale at £2.5m

Many of the basic fashions we take for granted today were popularized by people who were just a little bit bonkers. The Strange Origins of 5 Iconic Fashions

King Edward VII in full highland costume, 1909. Photographed by Lionel de Rothschild.

Taken: 1909 Discovered: 2009 This could be the only color photograph of King Edward VII. It shows the King in Highland costume enjoying the autumn grouse season in Scotland. The photo was taken by banker Lionel de Rothschild in

FIVE KINGS AND 3 QUEENS — all in one family!  EDWARD VII, GEORGE V, EDWARD VIII, GEORGE VI, THE KING OF NORWAY  –THE KINGS  QUEEN ALEXANDRA, QUEEN MARY, AND QUEEN MAUD –THE QUEENS

A very young and lovely portrait of TRH Crown Prince Edward and Princess Alexandra (later King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra).

King Edward VII (right) with his successors (from left to right) his son, the future King George V, and grandsons, the future King Edward VIII and King George VI. Photo by his wife Queen Alexandra. 1908.

Four British kings. From left to right: Prince George (later George V), Prince Edward (later Edward VIII), Prince Albert (later George VI) and King Edward VII. Prince Albert (later George VI) is father to the present Queen Elizabeth.

Left to Right: Princess Victoria of the United Kingdom, Queen Maud of Norway, Queen Alexandra of the United Kingdom, and Louise, Princess Royal. The little girl is Alexandra of Fife, Princess Louise's daughter. Photo taken at Maud's wedding.

Maud on her wedding day. L to R - Princess Victoria, Princess Maud, Queen Alexandra, Princess Louise. The little girl in front acting as a bridesmaid is Lady Alexandra Fife, Louise's daughter.

Alfred (1844–1900), later Duke of Edinburgh, and his elder brother Bertie, later king Edward VII. of Great Britain and Ireland, 1855

(L) The Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII and his younger brother Prince Alfred, later The Duke of Edinburgh then Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, (not a very attractive pair!

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