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Great-great-grandchild of Christian IX - Princess Irene of Greece & Denmark (b.1942) is the youngest child of King Paul of Greece & his wife Frederika of Hanover. She is the younger sister of Queen Sofía of Spain & of deposed King Constantine II of Greece. She is officially styled in Denmark as Her Royal Highness Princess Irene of Greece & Denmark. Princess Irene has never married & is close to her brother, Constantine.
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There is a second 'Princess Irene' in the Greek Royal Family, born in 1942 to Queen Frederika, and sister to King Constantine II. Wearing a tiara and necklace combination with seventeen oval links made of diamonds that can be put on a tiara frame.

May 11 marks the birthday of HRH Princess Irene of Greece and Denmark. The princess' early life began interestingly enough.

Great-great-grandchild of Christian IX - Princess Irene of Greece & Denmark (b.1942) is the youngest child of King Paul of Greece & his wife Frederika of Hanover. She is the younger sister of Queen Sofía of Spain & of deposed King Constantine II of Greece. She is officially styled in Denmark as Her Royal Highness Princess Irene of Greece & Denmark. Princess Irene has never married & is close to her brother, Constantine.

Great-great-grandchild of Christian IX - Princess Irene of Greece & Denmark (b.1942) is the youngest child of King Paul of Greece & his wife Frederika of Hanover. She is the younger sister of Queen Sofía of Spain & of deposed King Constantine II of Greece. She is officially styled in Denmark as Her Royal Highness Princess Irene of Greece & Denmark. Princess Irene has never married & is close to her brother, Constantine.

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Princess Irene of Greece, sister of King Constantine II of Greece and Queen Sophia of Spain. Daughter of King Paul of Greece and Frederika of Hanover. Princess Irene has never married.

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Princess Helen, Duchess of Albany. Born Princess Hekena of Waldeck and Pyrmont, in 1882 she married Prince Leopold Duke of Albany, youngest son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Leopold died from complications of haemophilia while Helena was pregnant with their 2nd child. Helena was an intellectual and supported charities that helped poor working women and worked against human trafficking.
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PRINCESS HELENA OF WALDECK & PYRMONT - Worn on the April 1882 on the occasion of her marriage to Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany, son of Victoria, Queen of England. The dress was made in Paris and presented by her sister Queen Emma of the Netherlands.

British Royal brides, the daughters and daughters in law of Queen Victoria: Princess Royal Victoria, later Empress of Germany (married in 1858 with future Friedrich III). Princess Alexandra of.

Princess Helen, Duchess of Albany. Born Princess Hekena of Waldeck and Pyrmont, in 1882 she married Prince Leopold Duke of Albany, youngest son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Leopold died from complications of haemophilia while Helena was pregnant with their 2nd child. Helena was an intellectual and supported charities that helped poor working women and worked against human trafficking.

Princess Helen, Duchess of Albany. Born Princess Hekena of Waldeck and Pyrmont, in 1882 she married Prince Leopold Duke of Albany, youngest son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Leopold died from complications of haemophilia while Helena was pregnant with their 2nd child. Helena was an intellectual and supported charities that helped poor working women and worked against human trafficking.
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The Stuarts, Mary Stuart (1542–1587) Queen of Scots
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Mary Stuart Queen of Scots >>>> Mary, Queen of Scots December 1542 – 8 February also known as Mary or Mary I of Scotland, was Queen of Scotland from 14 December 1542 to 24 July 1567 and Queen consort of France from 10 July 1559 to 5 December

"Mary Stuart Queen of Scots" I wonder if this isn't actually a portrait of Margaret of Parma, Regent of the Netherlands.

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The nobility had special political and social status. Nobility is inherited or granted by the crown as a reward to persons who perform a heroic deed, have a notable achievement, or hold a prominent.

The Stuarts, Mary Stuart (1542–1587) Queen of Scots

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Queen Sophie of Greece and her daughters.
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Queen Sophie of Greece and her daughters.

Queen Sophie of Greece and her daughters.
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A dazzling tiara featuring emeralds believed to have belonged to Eugenie, wife of Napoleon III. The diamond and emerald tiara was commissioned by German prince Guido Henckel von Donnersmarck’s for his second wife Katharina.

Over 500 carats of Colombian emeralds set in a tiara with antique cushion cut diamonds. I think this might make a lovely statement sitting atop my head.

Aestheticus Rex: Royal Tiara On The Block At Sotheby's

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Katharine of Aragon, c1502, by Michael Sittow, King Henry VII's court painter. Katharine had arrived in England in 1501 to marry Prince Arthur Tudor, the son and heir of Henry VII. They were married in November 1501 and within six months Arthur was dead. This portrait was painted after their brief marriage.
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Katherine of Aragon 1485 - 1536 First wife of King Henry VIII Queen of England 1509 - 1533 Daughter of Ferdinand II of Aragon, and Isabella I of Castille. Former Infanta of Spain.

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(portrait of a Princess, possibly Catalina de Aragón, around by Michael Sittow the early century, the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Viena)

Portrait of an Unknown Noblewoman, on oak panel by Michael Sittow. it is thought to be either Catherine of Aragon, or Mary Rose Tudor, sister of King Henry VIII.

Katharine of Aragon, c1502, by Michael Sittow, King Henry VII's court painter. Katharine had arrived in England in 1501 to marry Prince Arthur Tudor, the son and heir of Henry VII. They were married in November 1501 and within six months Arthur was dead. This portrait was painted after their brief marriage.

Katharine of Aragon, c1502, by Michael Sittow, King Henry VII's court painter. Katharine had arrived in England in 1501 to marry Prince Arthur Tudor, the son and heir of Henry VII. They were married in November 1501 and within six months Arthur was dead. This portrait was painted after their brief marriage.
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Clique aqui para ver a imagem em tamanho grande
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Clique aqui para ver a imagem em tamanho grande

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Portrait of Madame Adélaïde by Adélaïde Labille-Guiard, 1787 - Google Search

(France) Madame Sophie, by Lié Louis Périn-Salbreux Previously thought to be a portrait of Marie-Antoinette, the painting's subject has been identified as Madame Sophie, the of eight daughters of Louis XV.

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Princess Mary of Denmark, née Mary Donaldson, wears the Ruby Parure for the first time.

The Pearl Crown of Anne Boleyn

The Pearl Crown of Anne Boleyn

| THE VASA EARINGS | The Vasa Earrings were a gift to H.M. Queen Victoria of Sweden, née Princess of Baden (1862-1930) when she married the H.M. King Gustaf V, The King of Sweden in 1881. The earrings have remained in the Swedish royal family ever since, and have been worn by several family members both with and without the pendants. | H.R.H. Princess Madeleine of Sweden, Duchess of Halsingland wearing THE VASA EARINGS |

Princess Madeleine of Sweden appears on the balcony after the wedding ceremony of Princess Madeleine of Sweden and Christopher O'Neill hosted by King Carl Gustaf XIV and Queen Silvia at The Royal Palace on June 2013 in Stockholm, Sweden.

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Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece wore a Valentino gown for her wedding to Prince Pavlos in July

It took more than 25 seamstresses to create the $225,000 ivory silk Valentino gown that the New York City socialite wore to her 1995 wedding to Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece. The tiara was borrowed from her new mother-in law.

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Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece's 1995 wedding to Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece. The tiara was borrowed from her new mother-in law.

The Kent Sapphire Parure. //    Top: Duchess wearing the parure - high profile tiara, with the low profile tiara worn as a necklace. //    Middle: low profile tiara fashioned from pieces originally owned by Grand Duchess Augusta of Mecklenberg-Strelitz, Queen Mary's aunt.  //    Bottom : high profile tiara in necklace form.

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