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British royal families

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Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip 3rd cousins

Royals have been marrying their cousins since time immemorial, traditionally as a means of strengthening political alliances. What might be surprising though is that members of the royal family have continued to marry their cousins, right up to the present day!

A magazine clipping of the royal family tree in the run up to the wedding of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip, circa 1947. 👑💍

A magazine clipping of the royal family tree in the run up to the wedding of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip, circa 1947. 👑💍

Heavy Is The Crown

Kate already has 3 tiaras in rotation and she barely attends state dinners so she doesn't need anymore! Camilla has 2 and needs another one and does well with big tiaras. Meghan having more than 1 -...

The Queen Mother and Wallis Simpson was the most savage royal feud, says confidant MICHAEL THORNTON

During the turbulent history of the House of Windsor, sisters-in-law have seldom been friends. But the Queen Mother and Wallis Simpson put Meghan and ...

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The women of the British Royal Family, even though Sarah Ferguson is no longer an actual member of the royal family. The Duchesses of Gloucester and Kent are married to the Queen's cousins, Prince Richard, the Duke of Gloucester, and Prince Edward, the Duke of Kent. They are grandchildren of King George V in the male line (as is the queen) and are therefore entitled to the style HRH.

The women of the British Royal Family, even though Sarah Ferguson is no longer an actual member of the royal family. The Duchesses of Gloucester and Kent are married to the Queen's cousins, Prince Richard, the Duke of Gloucester, and Prince Edward, the Duke of Kent. They are grandchildren of King George V in the male line (as is the queen) and are therefore entitled to the style HRH.