Toddler Prince Michael and his mother Helen, right, with his paternal aunt, Queen Marie of Yugoslavia (nee Princess of Romania) and her son, Crown Prince Peter.  Both boys would be the last kings of their countries.

Toddler Prince Michael and his mother Helen, right, with his paternal aunt, Queen Marie of Yugoslavia (nee Princess of Romania) and her son, Crown Prince Peter. Both boys would be the last kings of their countries.

Marie, Princess of Romania with her sister Victoria Melita who would become a Grand Duchess when she married her cousin, Grand Duke Krill.

granddaughters of Queen Victoria -- HRH Princess Marie of Edinburgh (Queen of Romania) and HRH Princess Victoria Melita of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (Grand Duchess consort of Hesse and Grand Duchess Viktoria Feodorovna of Russia), daughters of Prince Alfred

King Carol II of Romania with the son future King Michael of Romania

King Carol II of Romania with the son future King Michael of Romania dog st.

Queen Marie of Romania,Princess Ileana ,Princess Maria(later queen consort of Yugoslavia), and Princess Helen of Greece and Denmark(later queen mother of Romania).

1923 Regina Maria a României în costum popular - Queen Marie of Romania dressed in traditional costume

King Michael and Queen Anne of Romania

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

Queen Marie of Romania and her three daughters: Princess Elisabeth, Princess Marie (Mignon), and Princess Ileana (the bride)

heavyarethecrowns: Queen Marie of Romania and her three daughters Pss Elisaveta of Greece the bride, Archduchess Ileana of Austria- Tuscany and Queen Marie of Yugoslavia. Elisabetha of Greece is the lady on the left.The bride is princess Ileana.

The Crown Prince and Crown Princess of Romania.

Il était une fois ... Es war en mal ...dans le monde du cinéma et du monde réel !

Marie of Edinburgh and Crown Prince Ferdinand of Romania, engagement photo.

Marie came to Romania as a 17 year old royal bride and immediately adopted the dress of a peasant woman. The chin straps, head blankets and over-sized head gear came later.

Marie of Edinburgh (later Marie, Queen of Romania) acquiring the Romanian identity, in her peasant costume, given as wedding gift.

Queen Marie, Ferdinand, with King George V and Queen Mary

Regele-Ferdinand-I. Principe de Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen)-si-Regina-Maria a Romäniei (näsc. Principesa de Sachsen Coburg si Gotha)-alaturi-de- värul ei Regele-George-al-v-lea-si-Regina-Mary- a Barea-Britanie (näsc.

Princess Marie of Romania and groom King Alexander I of Yugoslavia on their wedding day, 8 June 1922.

On 8 June 1922 King Alexander II of Yugoslavia married Princess Marie of Romania, daughter of King Ferdinand I of Romania and Princess Marie of Edinburgh & Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. The wedding took place in Belgrade

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