Crown Princess (later Queen) Marie of Romania and her 4 eldest children. From left, Princess Marie (later Queen of Yugoslavia), Princess Elisabeth (later Queen of Greece), Prince Nicholas, and Prince Carol (later King Carol II). Princess Marie's father was widely believed to be Barbu Stirbey, her mother's long time lover. To quiet the rumors Crown Prince Ferdinand quickly claimed Marie as his own.

Crown Princess (later Queen) Marie of Romania and her 4 eldest children. From left, Princess Marie (later Queen of Yugoslavia), Princess Elisabeth (later Queen of Greece), Prince Nicholas, and Prince Carol (later King Carol II).

King Michael & Queen Anne among the invitees at the wedding of Don Juan Carlos of Spain (future King of Spain) & Princess Sophia of Greece. Athens, 14th May 1962.

King Michael of Romania & Queen Anne at a royal wedding, Athens 14 May 1962

King Michael & Queen Anne among the invitees at the wedding of Don Juan Carlos of Spain (future King of Spain) & Princess Sophia of Greece. Athens, May

Ileana of Romania and Archduke Anton of Tuscany

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

Elisabeth of Romania (1894-1956), Queen consort of King George II of Greece (until 1935)

Elisabeth of Greece, Queen of Romania. 12 October 1894 – November was the Queen consort of King George II of Greece.

An Easter greeting from the Romanian royal family.     Back: Princesses Elisabeth & Ileana.     Middle: Queen Marie, Princess Maria and King Ferdinand I of Romania.    Front: Prince Nicolae of Romania.    Missing: Crown Prince Carol of Romania

An Easter greeting from the Romanian royal family. Back: Princesses Elisabeth & Ileana. Middle: Queen Marie, Princess Maria and King Ferdinand I of Romania. Front: Prince Nicolae of Romania. Missing: Crown Prince Carol of Romania

Queen Marie of Romania in her Coronation Robes (signed 'Marie')

Queen Marie of Romania in her Coronation Robes (signed "Marie"), Gift of Evelyn and Berry Allen, Collection of Maryhill Museum of Art.

Queen Elisaveta of Romania also known as Carmen Sylva, née Princess of Wied (1843-1916) was the Queen consort of Romania as the wife of King Carol I of Romania. widely known by her literary name of Carmen Sylva.

Queen Elisaveta of Romania also known as Carmen Sylva, née Princess of Wied was the Queen consort of Romania as the wife of King Carol I of Romania. widely known by her literary name of Carmen Sylva.

Prinzessin Ileana von Rumänien, future Arch Duchess of Austria 1909- 1991 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Prinzessin Ileana von Rumänien, future Arch Duchess of Austria 1991

Scandalous Women: Scandalous Royal Romance: King Carol II of Romania and Magda Lupescu

Elena Lupescu (c. She was the daughter of Nicolae Lupescu and his wife, Elise Falk. She was the wife of Ion Tâmpeanu; the mistress and wife of King Carol II of Romania.

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