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BU-F-01073-5-04841-4 Principesa Marioara, s. d. (sine dato) (niv.Document)

BU-F-01073-5-04841-4 Principesa Marioara, s. d. (sine dato) (niv.Document)

Princess Maria ‘Mignon’ of Romania

Princess Maria ‘Mignon’ of Romania

Queen Marie of Romania and her daughter Mignon.

Queen Marie of Romania and her daughter Mignon.

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adini-nikolaevna:  “Princess Maria “Mignon” of Romania (later Queen of Yugoslavia).  ”

adini-nikolaevna: “Princess Maria “Mignon” of Romania (later Queen of Yugoslavia). ”

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Princess Maria “Mignon” of Romania (1900-1961) in about 1910.  This is my favourite picture of her.

Princess Maria “Mignon” of Romania (1900-1961) in about 1910. This is my favourite picture of her.

Queen Marie of Romania (1875-1936) with her daughters, Princess Elisabetha (1894-1956) and Princess Mignon (1900-1961), in 1905.

Queen Marie of Romania (1875-1936) with her daughters, Princess Elisabetha (1894-1956) and Princess Mignon (1900-1961), in 1905.


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Marie of Edinburgh, Queen of Romania

Marie of Edinburgh, Queen of Romania

King Michael of Romania and Elena, the Queen Mother

King Michael of Romania and Elena, the Queen Mother

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

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

Anton and Ileana

Anton and Ileana

Princess Ileana of Romania. In 1961, Ileana entered the Orthodox Monastery of the Protection of the Mother of God, in France. She founded the Orthodox Monastery of the Transfiguration in Ellwood City, Pennsylvania, the first English language Orthodox monastery in North America. She was the third female descendant of Queen Victoria to become a Mother Superior in a convent of her own foundation. She served as abbess until her retirement in 1981, remaining at the monastery until her death in…

Princess Ileana of Romania. In 1961, Ileana entered the Orthodox Monastery of the Protection of the Mother of God, in France. She founded the Orthodox Monastery of the Transfiguration in Ellwood City, Pennsylvania, the first English language Orthodox monastery in North America. She was the third female descendant of Queen Victoria to become a Mother Superior in a convent of her own foundation. She served as abbess until her retirement in 1981, remaining at the monastery until her death in…

Princess Ileana of Romania, 1923 E.O. Hoppe

Princess Ileana of Romania, 1923 E.O. Hoppe

King Michael of Romania of Gotha with the Queen Anne at Elisabeta Palace and surrounded by the queen and four of their daughters Princesses Margarita, Elena, Irina and Mary.

King Michael of Romania of Gotha with the Queen Anne at Elisabeta Palace and surrounded by the queen and four of their daughters Princesses Margarita, Elena, Irina and Mary.

Queen Marie of Romaina, in the sapphire tiara surrounded by her daughters

Queen Marie of Romaina, in the sapphire tiara surrounded by her daughters

Queen Marie of Romania

Queen Marie of Romania

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