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Gerald Grosvenor, Earl Grosvenor and Natalia Philips on their wedding day, October, 1978.

Gerald Grosvenor, Earl Grosvenor and Natalia Philips on their wedding day, October, 1978.

THE WESTMINSTER BAGRATION TIARA~The Bagrations were the rulers of the kingdom of Georgia for centuries until the country was annexed by the Russian Empire in 1801. This tiara was made for Princess Catherine Bagration, an incredibly independent and influential woman who garnered a mention in Victor Hugo's Les Miserables. In the 1970s, the tiara was sold at auction to the Duke of Westminster who later presented it to his bride Natalia Philips, a direct descendent of Nikolay I of and poet…

THE WESTMINSTER BAGRATION TIARA~The Bagrations were the rulers of the kingdom of Georgia for centuries until the country was annexed by the Russian Empire in 1801. This tiara was made for Princess Catherine Bagration, an incredibly independent and influential woman who garnered a mention in Victor Hugo's Les Miserables. In the 1970s, the tiara was sold at auction to the Duke of Westminster who later presented it to his bride Natalia Philips, a direct descendent of Nikolay I of and poet…

dailymail:  The children of the 5th Duke of Westminster, 1950s-Lady Jane, who later married the 10th Duke of Roxburghe; Gerald, 6th Duke, who later married Natalia Philips; and Lady Leonora, who later married the 5th Earl of Lichfield

dailymail: The children of the 5th Duke of Westminster, 1950s-Lady Jane, who later married the 10th Duke of Roxburghe; Gerald, 6th Duke, who later married Natalia Philips; and Lady Leonora, who later married the 5th Earl of Lichfield

Miss Natalia Philips and Gerald Grosvenor, 6th Duke of Westminster during their engagement, Spring, 1978

Miss Natalia Philips and Gerald Grosvenor, 6th Duke of Westminster during their engagement, Spring, 1978

Numéro #141 March  La Couture Enchantée Photographer: Karl Lagerfeld Model: Natalia Vodianova Styling: Vanessa Metz Hair: Sam McKnight Make up: Peter Philips Manicure: Anny Errandonea Edits by The Libertine

Numéro #141 March La Couture Enchantée Photographer: Karl Lagerfeld Model: Natalia Vodianova Styling: Vanessa Metz Hair: Sam McKnight Make up: Peter Philips Manicure: Anny Errandonea Edits by The Libertine

Numéro #141 March  La Couture Enchantée Photographer: Karl Lagerfeld Model: Natalia Vodianova Styling: Vanessa Metz Hair: Sam McKnight Make up: Peter Philips Manicure: Anny Errandonea Edits by The Libertine

Numéro #141 March La Couture Enchantée Photographer: Karl Lagerfeld Model: Natalia Vodianova Styling: Vanessa Metz Hair: Sam McKnight Make up: Peter Philips Manicure: Anny Errandonea Edits by The Libertine

Model: Natalia Vodianova   Photographer: Karl Lagerfeld  Hair: Sam McKnight  Make up: Peter Philips  Numero Magazine | March 2013

Model: Natalia Vodianova Photographer: Karl Lagerfeld Hair: Sam McKnight Make up: Peter Philips Numero Magazine | March 2013

Numéro #141 March  La Couture Enchantée Photographer: Karl Lagerfeld Model: Natalia Vodianova Styling: Vanessa Metz Hair: Sam McKnight Make up: Peter Philips Manicure: Anny Errandonea Edits by The Libertine

Numéro #141 March La Couture Enchantée Photographer: Karl Lagerfeld Model: Natalia Vodianova Styling: Vanessa Metz Hair: Sam McKnight Make up: Peter Philips Manicure: Anny Errandonea Edits by The Libertine

Historians Draw Closer to the Tomb of the Legendary King Arthur By Natalia Klimczak For many decades, researchers have tried to confirm the existence of King Arthur of Camelot, the legendary ruler that was said to have led the defense of Britain against the Saxons in the 5th century AD, and to find his final resting place. After years of speculations, the British researcher and writer Graham Philips believes he is closer than ever

Historians Draw Closer to the Tomb of the Legendary King Arthur By Natalia Klimczak For many decades, researchers have tried to confirm the existence of King Arthur of Camelot, the legendary ruler that was said to have led the defense of Britain against the Saxons in the 5th century AD, and to find his final resting place. After years of speculations, the British researcher and writer Graham Philips believes he is closer than ever

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