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Princess Maria of Romania, future Queen of Yugoslavia, on her 1922 wedding day.

Marie of Romania Queen of Yugoslavia. *Maria of Romania (serbian: Марија Карађорђевић; romanian: Maria, Principesă a României, was the Queen of Yugoslavia as the wife of King Alexander.

This Lovely Vintage Romanian Princess Die-Cut has a Jeweled Headdress.

Lovely Vintage Romanian Princess Die Cut w Jeweled Headdress Pearls

Queen Marie of Romania

Edinburgh Sisters Spam Princess Marie of Edinburgh later Queen Marie of Romania ( 29 October 1875 to 18 July after marrying King Ferdinand I of Romania on the January 1893

Princess Ileana of Romania (1909-1992) married twice, but became an Orthodox nun later in her life.  She emigrated to the United States and founded a monastery for Orthodox nuns in Pennsylvania.

Princess Ileana of Romania married twice, but became an Orthodox nun later in her life. She emigrated to the United States and founded a monastery for Orthodox nuns in Pennsylvania.

Queen Marie of Romania

Queen Marie of Romania Her sense of style owed a lot to Byzantium. A dramatic interior design for a beautiful & intelligent woman.

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

A cluster of tiaras: Marie of Romania and her daughters: Elisabeth of Romania, Ileana of Romania, Queen Maria of Yugoslavia, Helen of Romania.

Princess Ileana of Romania.  Some claimed she was fathered by her mother's…

Princess Ileana of Romania. Some claimed she was fathered by her mother's lover, but her remarkable resemblance to her nephew Prince Michael makes that claim highly unlikely.

Princess Martha Bibescu of Romania. That's quite a bandeau.

a close up of Princess Marthe Bibesco of Romania, wearing a fabulous Cartier art deco tiara with five huge cabochon emeralds set in a geometric diamond bandeau