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The marriage of Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyons (Later the Queen Mother) to the Duke of York (Later King George VI) at Westminster Abbey in London, on 26th April, 1923. It was the first royal wedding at the Abbey since 1383. The newly formed British Broadcasting Company wanted to record and broadcast the event on radio, but the Abbey Chapter vetoed the idea.

The marriage of Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyons (Later the Queen Mother) to the Duke of York (Later King George VI) at Westminster Abbey in London, on 26th April, 1923. It was the first royal wedding at the Abbey since 1383. The newly formed British Broadcasting Company wanted to record and broadcast the event on radio, but the Abbey Chapter vetoed the idea.

Cousins Tsar Nicholas II and King George V 1909 in the Isle of Wight.

Cousins Tsar Nicholas II and King George V 1909 in the Isle of Wight.

Prince Albert of York, later King George VI and father of Queen Elizabeth II

Prince Albert of York, later King George VI and father of Queen Elizabeth II

Sketch of the vault containing the coffins of Henry VIII (right), Charles I (left) and Jane Seymour (right) by Alfred Young Nutt, 1888 at George’s Chapel, Windsor. The vault was opened in 1813 with the Prince Regent (later George IV) present.

Sketch of the vault containing the coffins of Henry VIII (right), Charles I (left) and Jane Seymour (right) by Alfred Young Nutt, 1888 at George’s Chapel, Windsor. The vault was opened in 1813 with the Prince Regent (later George IV) present.

George IV (1762–1830), when Prince of Wales  (after Joshua Reynolds)  by John…

George IV (1762–1830), when Prince of Wales (after Joshua Reynolds) by John…

Mommy Minutes: Alphabet Handprint Art

Mommy Minutes: Alphabet Handprint Art

George IV, King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and of Hanover; by Sir Thomas Lawrence, c. 1822. He was the eldest son of King George III of Great Britain.

Regency Celebrity: The Decadent George IV

George IV, King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and of Hanover; by Sir Thomas Lawrence, c. 1822. He was the eldest son of King George III of Great Britain.

Wedding of Prince Willem-Alexander and Princess Maxima

Wedding of Prince Willem-Alexander and Princess Maxima

If Queen Victoria was the mother in law of Europe, King Christian of Denmark was the father in law. The six children of Christian IX and Queen Louise, photographed in 1882 at the occasion of their parents' Golden Jubilee. From the left: King George I of Greece, Empress Maria Feodorovna of Russia, Queen Alexandra of England, Crown Prince Frederik (VIII) of Denmark, Princess Thyra and Prince Valdemar.

If Queen Victoria was the mother in law of Europe, King Christian of Denmark was the father in law. The six children of Christian IX and Queen Louise, photographed in 1882 at the occasion of their parents' Golden Jubilee. From the left: King George I of Greece, Empress Maria Feodorovna of Russia, Queen Alexandra of England, Crown Prince Frederik (VIII) of Denmark, Princess Thyra and Prince Valdemar.

One of my fave old school classics, I just LOVE it!

One of my fave old school classics, I just LOVE it!

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