Crown Princess Marie of Romania and her eldest daughter, Princess Elisabeth (later Queen of the Hellenes). 1907.

Crown Princess Marie of Romania and her eldest daughter, Princess Elisabeth (later Queen of the Hellenes). 1907.

Anne of Bourbon-Parma, Queen of Romania  ***  Queen Anne of Romania, née Anne Antoinette Françoise Charlotte (born 18 September 1923), is the wife of the former King Michael of Romania. --  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_Anne_of_Romania

Anne of Bourbon-Parma, Queen of Romania *** Queen Anne of Romania, née Anne Antoinette Françoise Charlotte (born 18 September 1923), is the wife of the former King Michael of Romania. -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_Anne_of_Romania

Queen Ena of Spain sitting below her portrait

Queen Ena of Spain sitting below her portrait

King Mihai I of Romania.

King Mihai I of Romania.

In 1950, Princess Ileana of Romania sold her heirloom tiara in order to move with her children to the U.S.  She later took the name Mother Alexandra when she became Abbess of a women's monastery in Ellwood City, PA.

In 1950, Princess Ileana of Romania sold her heirloom tiara in order to move with her children to the U.S. She later took the name Mother Alexandra when she became Abbess of a women's monastery in Ellwood City, PA.

Queen Maria of Romania, Part 3

Queen Maria of Romania, Part 3

King Michael of Romania (b. 25 Oct. 1921), 2nd son of King Carol II of Romania. Michael, son of Carol's 2nd wife Princess Helen of Greece and Denmark, was undeniably legitimate so he, and not his older brother Carol/Prince Mircea, was his father's heir. He reigned twice, once from 1927-1930 and again from 1940 until 1947 when he was forced to abdicate by the Reds.

King Michael of Romania (b. 25 Oct. 1921), 2nd son of King Carol II of Romania. Michael, son of Carol's 2nd wife Princess Helen of Greece and Denmark, was undeniably legitimate so he, and not his older brother Carol/Prince Mircea, was his father's heir. He reigned twice, once from 1927-1930 and again from 1940 until 1947 when he was forced to abdicate by the Reds.

King Michael of Romania

King Michael of Romania

King Carol the first of Romania and Queen Elizabeth of Romania

King Carol the first of Romania and Queen Elizabeth of Romania

Princess Ileana of Romania Gallery

Princess Ileana of Romania Gallery

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