Princess Marie of Edinburgh later Queen Marie of Romania ( 29 October 1875 to 18 July 1938) after marrying King Ferdinand I of Romania on the 10th January 1893

Princess Marie of Edinburgh later Queen Marie of Romania ( 29 October 1875 to 18 July 1938) after marrying King Ferdinand I of Romania on the 10th January 1893

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

HM Queen Marie of Romania

HM Queen Marie of Romania

Queen Marie of Romania holding her grandson, the future King Peter II of Yugoslavia, her husband Ferdinand of Romania, with the then Duke and Duchess of York

Queen Marie of Romania holding her grandson, the future King Peter II of Yugoslavia, her husband Ferdinand of Romania, with the then Duke and Duchess of York

Portrait of King Ferdinand of Romania, 1925 by Paja Jovanović ( Vršac 1859 – Vienna 1957).......Ferdinand I (Ferdinand Viktor Albert Meinrad (1865 – 1927) was King of Romania from 10 October 1914 until his death in 1927....

Portrait of King Ferdinand of Romania, 1925 by Paja Jovanović ( Vršac 1859 – Vienna 1957).......Ferdinand I (Ferdinand Viktor Albert Meinrad (1865 – 1927) was King of Romania from 10 October 1914 until his death in 1927....

Two kings: Michael I and Carol II of Romania (1938)

Two kings: Michael I and Carol II of Romania (1938)

Prince Nicholas of Romania was the second son of King Ferdinand and Queen Marie of Romania, a great grandson of Queen Victoria. He was of the House of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen. Nicholas lost his royal status in Romania when he chose to marry a divorced commoner

Prince Nicholas of Romania was the second son of King Ferdinand and Queen Marie of Romania, a great grandson of Queen Victoria. He was of the House of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen. Nicholas lost his royal status in Romania when he chose to marry a divorced commoner

Queen Elena of Romania / Helen of Greece-Romania, Part 2

Queen Elena of Romania / Helen of Greece-Romania, Part 2

Princess Maria of Romania  is the youngest daughter and fifth child of King Michael I of Romania and his wife Queen Anne. She is currently seventh and last in line to the headship to the House of Romania, behind her elder sisters and their children.[2] She is also second cousin to King Felipe VI of Spain, ex-King Simeon II of Bulgaria, Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg, Archduke Karl of Austria, Carlos, Duke of Parma, Crown Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia and Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece.

Princess Maria of Romania is the youngest daughter and fifth child of King Michael I of Romania and his wife Queen Anne. She is currently seventh and last in line to the headship to the House of Romania, behind her elder sisters and their children.[2] She is also second cousin to King Felipe VI of Spain, ex-King Simeon II of Bulgaria, Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg, Archduke Karl of Austria, Carlos, Duke of Parma, Crown Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia and Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece.

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