Queen Marie of Romania wearing her Cartier tiara and her Cartier necklace with the famous blue sapphire stone.

Queen Marie of Romania wearing her Cartier tiara and her Cartier necklace with the famous blue sapphire stone. Wearing her Cartier tiara and necklace

Queen Marie of Romania

fletchingarrows: “ blondebestie: “ Queen Marie of Romania ” that headdress! ” A queen who knows how to dress to impress - with headdress.

1948 wedding of King Michael of Romania and Princess Anne of Bourbon-Parma.

King Michael of Romania and bride Princess Anne of Bourbon-Parma on their wedding day, 10 June,

King Michael of Romania

HIS MAJESTY KING MICHAEL I OF ROMANIA CELEBRATES HIS 90TH BIRTHDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2011

Princess Marie of Romania with a lady in waiting (?) both in typical romanian folk dresses    I love Queen Marie of Romania! So glad I stumbled upon this photo of her in traditional folk dress, its beautiful. :)

An Englishwoman in Romania: Queen Marie of Romania (born in Kent and christened Princess Marie Alexandra Victoria of Edinburgh) on the right. She was famous for her beauty as well as an extraordinary collection of jewels.

Queen Marie of Romania

Queen Marie of Romania Her sense of style owed a lot to Byzantium. A dramatic interior design for a beautiful & intelligent woman.

Queen Marie of Romania was one of the most visionary ambassadors of the Romanian Blouse and its symbolistic and cultural values.

Königin Marie von Rumänien, Queen of Romania in older age

Princess Maria of Romania, future Queen of Yugoslavia

Bain News Service, publisher - Queen Marie of Yugoslavia Print

Sisters in mourning for King Ferdinand of Romania, from left: Her Royal Highness The Princess of Hohenlohe-Langenburg; HM Queen Marie of Romania; Her Royal Highness Princess Alfonso de Orleans y Borbón; Her Imperial Highness Grand Duchess Viktoria Feodorovna of Russia, 1927

“The Edinburgh sisters after the funeral of King Ferdinand I of Romania, husband of Queen Marie of Romania (pictured centre). To her left is Princess Alexandra of Hohenlohe-Langenburg;

Crown Prince Carol (future King Carol II), Queen Marie and Prince Nicholas of Romania.

Crown Prince Carol (future King Carol II), Queen Marie and Prince Nicholas of Romania.

King Michael of Romania, only child of King Carol II and Princess Helen.  Michael would be the last Romanian monarch.

King Michael of Romania, only child of King Carol II and Princess Helen. Michael would be the last Romanian monarch.

Queen Marie of Romania and her daughter, Princess Ileana. The Royal Family wore the traditional outfits in order to integrate with their adopted country of #Romania  Queen Marie was one of the strongest and most visionary ambassadors of the  #RomanianBlouse

Queen Marie of Romania and her daughter, Princess Ileana. The Royal Family wore the traditional outfits in order to integrate with their adopted country of Romania. Queen Marie was one of the strongest and most visionary ambassadors of the Romanian Blouse

Two kings. Prince Mihai (future King of Romania) and his grandfather, King Ferdinand of Romania. Circa 1921-1922.

Two kings. Prince Mihai (future King of Romania) and his grandfather, King Ferdinand of Romania.

King Peter II of Yugoslavia (6 Sept. 1923--9 Nov. 1970), eldest child of Queen Marie of Yugoslavia, nee Princess Marie of Romania.  Peter would be the last king of his country.  He became king at 11 after the assassination of his father, Alexander I.  The 1941 German invasion forced Peter to flee Yugoslavia; he never returned.  He was deposed by the Reds in 1945.  Peter settled in the US where he died and was buried in 1970.  He is the only European monarch ever buried in America.

Yugoslavia_King_Peter_II_This Day in WWII History: Mar Yugoslavia joins the Axis

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