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Marie with one of her sisters

Marie with one of her sisters

Marie of Edinburgh, Queen of Romania.  Marie of Romania (Marie Alexandra Victoria, previously Princess Marie of Edinburgh; 29 October 1875 – 18 July 1938) was Queen consort of Romania from 1914 to 1927, as the wife of Ferdinand of Romania. She was called Missy by her family.

Marie of Edinburgh, Queen of Romania. Marie of Romania (Marie Alexandra Victoria, previously Princess Marie of Edinburgh; 29 October 1875 – 18 July 1938) was Queen consort of Romania from 1914 to 1927, as the wife of Ferdinand of Romania. She was called Missy by her family.

"Marie, Queen of Romania...her life story is fascinating" eldest daughter of Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, and Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia. Her father was the second-eldest son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Her mother was the only surviving daughter of Alexander II of Russia and Maria Alexandrovna of Hesse.

"Marie, Queen of Romania...her life story is fascinating" eldest daughter of Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, and Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia. Her father was the second-eldest son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Her mother was the only surviving daughter of Alexander II of Russia and Maria Alexandrovna of Hesse.

Queen Marie of Romania (1875 - 1938) in a much more flattering tiara and taken by a sympathetic portrait photographer.

Queen Marie of Romania (1875 - 1938) in a much more flattering tiara and taken by a sympathetic portrait photographer.

Grandchild of Queen Victoria - Marie of Romania (previously Princess Marie of Edinburgh; 1875 –1938) was Queen consort of Romania from 1914 to 1927, as the wife of Ferdinand I of Romania. Her first cousin, Prince George of Wales, later King George V of the United Kingdom, fell in love with her & proposed marriage. She married Prince Ferdinand of Romania, nephew of King Carol I of Romania in 1893.

Grandchild of Queen Victoria - Marie of Romania (previously Princess Marie of Edinburgh; 1875 –1938) was Queen consort of Romania from 1914 to 1927, as the wife of Ferdinand I of Romania. Her first cousin, Prince George of Wales, later King George V of the United Kingdom, fell in love with her & proposed marriage. She married Prince Ferdinand of Romania, nephew of King Carol I of Romania in 1893.

1896 Marie of Romania's gown to Nicholas II's coronation 3 APFxMarie_of_Romania 17jan09

1896 Marie of Romania's gown to Nicholas II's coronation 3 APFxMarie_of_Romania 17jan09

Queen Marie of Romania (1875-1938)  And can you believe it was her mother-in-law who was the family drama queen?

Queen Marie of Romania (1875-1938) And can you believe it was her mother-in-law who was the family drama queen?

Queen Marie's Edinburgh Turquoise Tiara | Turquoise tiara of Queen Marie of Romania (Princess Marie of Edinburgh)

Queen Marie's Edinburgh Turquoise Tiara | Turquoise tiara of Queen Marie of Romania (Princess Marie of Edinburgh)

Crown Princess Marie of Romania with her daughter Princess Elisabeth of Romania and Princess Maria of Romania.

Crown Princess Marie of Romania with her daughter Princess Elisabeth of Romania and Princess Maria of Romania.

Princess Marie of Romania with a lady in waiting (?) both in typical romanian folk dresses    I love Queen Marie of Romania! So glad I stumbled upon this photo of her in traditional folk dress, its beautiful. :)

Princess Marie of Romania with a lady in waiting (?) both in typical romanian folk dresses I love Queen Marie of Romania! So glad I stumbled upon this photo of her in traditional folk dress, its beautiful. :)

Crown Princess Marie of Romania dressed as Princesse Lointaine, Bucharest, 1896

Crown Princess Marie of Romania dressed as Princesse Lointaine, Bucharest, 1896

Victorian/Edwardian court gown with cape (worn by Marie of Romania to Nicholas II of Russia's coronation; b.1875-d.1938), c. 1896

Victorian/Edwardian court gown with cape (worn by Marie of Romania to Nicholas II of Russia's coronation; b.1875-d.1938), c. 1896