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Officials gave a sneak peek at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Galleries, a new museum which sits more than 16 metres (52ft) up in Westminster Abbey, London, and will display 300 treasures.
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Portrait of Queen Mary II by Godfrey Kneller, c. 1690
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Circa 1690, Queen of Great Britain, Mary II . Engraving after a painting by Wissing.
The Royal House of Orange - The Glorious Revolution The Royal House of Orange began it's roots in the Netherlands as a result of the marriage of Hendrik III of Nassau-Breda from Germany and Claudia of Châlon-Orange from French Burgundy in 1515. William III, Prince of Orange, married Mary
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Queen Mary II of England, Princess of Orange
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Hotness: There's no denying that come-hither look. Believe me, many tried!Style: The casual drape of a cloak across Mary's lap says both "oh, this old thing?" and "modern heating hasn't been invented yet."X-Factor: She married James, Duke of York, Anne Hyde's husband, after Anne died. Quelle scandal!
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This Kneller portrait shows Queen Mary II in court dress from another angle than shown in another portrait of her in full court dress. Keywords: Kneller, Queen Mary II, Orange family, Stuart family, Queen, British, curly coiffure, scoop neckline, modesty piece, elbow length puffed sleeves, engageantes, back flared cuffs, lace, vee waistline, full skirt, girdle, necklace, draped necklace, earrings, jeweled neckline, jeweled sleeves, jeweled bodice, jeweled skirt, clasp, fur, robes, regalia
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Size: 18x12in Queen Consorts Crowned in Westminster Abbey, 1937Choose from our catalog of over 500,000 posters!
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The Royal Upstairs Downstairs: Rarely-viewed records showing who served Britain's Kings and Queens to be made available online for the first time
The collection will help people find out if their relatives were employed by monarchs in anything from common roles to more unusual jobs such as Chocolate Maker To The Queen and Keeper Of The Lions In The Tower.
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