Queen Marie of Romania, nee Princess of Edinburgh and Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.

Queen Marie of Romania – who was the daughter of Prince Albert, Duke of Edinburgh.

Princesses Marie (Missy) and Victoria Melita (Ducky) of Edinburgh.  The sisters were maternal 1st cousins to Nicholas and paternal 1st cousins to Alexandra.  Ducky was also Alexandra's sister-in-law for seven years.  Later, she married her and Nicholas' 1st cousin Grand Duke Kyrill, the son of their uncle Grand Duke Vladimir.  A tangled family tree!  Kyrill proclaimed himself head of the House of Romanov after the assassination of Nicholas.

Princesse Marie, later Queen of Romania and her sister Princess Victoria Melita - Coburg November 1890

Queen Marie of Romania and youngest sister, Princess Beatrice, duchess of Galliera. Early 1920s,

Love the clothing of thr Royals Queen Marie of Romania and youngest sister, Princess Beatrice, duchess of Galliera.

Ileana of Romania and Archduke Anton

Princess Ileana of Romania, Princess of Hohenzollern & Archduke Anton of Austria,

Queen Marie and Prince Carol of Romania.

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Regele Ferdinand ; Carol I si Carol II - 10 mai 1881

King Carol I of Romania with his nephew the future King Ferdinand and grand-nephew Prince Carol (Carol II).

Maria de Rumania, Reina de Yugoslavia

Princess Mignon of Romania, Queen Marie of Yugoslavia – Photo 14

Princess Ileana of Romania Gallery

Prinzessin Ileana von Rumänien, future Arch Duchess of Austria 1991

Königin Marie von Rumänien, Queen of Romania nee Princess of Edinburg 1875 – 1938 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Königin Marie von Rumänien, Queen of Romania nee Princess of Edinburg 1875 – 1938 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Prince Michael of Romania at about 5 years old, when he became king after the death of his grandfather, King Ferdinand, his father, King Carol II, having renounced his rights to the throne.  A regency was appointed to rule until Michael reached his majority.  However, his father reclaimed the throne before Michael came of age.

King Michael as a young boy. If his reign, which began in had been allowed to continue uninterrupted, he would have reigned for 84 years up to the point of his birthday. This would have been one of the longest reigns in history ©Underwood/Corbis

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