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On the 5th of November, Crown Princess Margarita of Romania and her husband , Prince Radu attended the celebrations of the first four years since the founding of the Duke of Edinburgh 's International Award of Romania.

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June 22, 1961 – Death of Maria of Romania, Queen of Yugoslavia.
Born Maria of Romania, was the daughter of parents were Marie of Edinburgh and Ferdinand of Romania. She was named after her maternal grandmother, Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia, and was known as Mignon in the family to distinguish her.
Maria married Alexander I, King of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (later Yugoslavia) in 1922, and had three sons. Following the assassination of King Alexander I of Yugoslavia in 1934, her oldest son became Peter II of Yugoslavia, the last Yugoslav king. She was given the title Queen Mother of Yugoslavia in 1941. Her citizenship was revoked and her property confiscated by the Yugoslavian Communist regime in 1947, but she was "rehabilitated" in 2014. She moved to a farm in England and lived a relatively normal life without royal extravagance. Maria was well educated. She spoke several languages fluently and enjoyed painting and sculpting. She also drove a car by herself, which was very unusual for royalty at the time.
She died in exile in London on 22 June 1961 and was interred at the Royal Burial Ground at Frogmore, before her remains were transferred to Serbia and re-interred on 26 May 2013 in Serbia.
Queen Maria was popular and respected by the Serbian public, and is still well thought of in the region. She was engaged in several social projects. In the eyes of the Serbian people, she remains one of the greatest patrons of charities in Serbia. #mariaofromania #mariaofyugoslavia #yugoslavianroyalty #yugoslavianroyals #yugoslavianmonarchy #romanianroyals #romanianroyalty #marieofedinburgh #royals #royalty #royaleurope #ferdinandofromania #alexanderofyugoslavia #karađorđevićdynasty #hohenzollernsigmaringen #queenofyugoslavia #mignon

Photoshop Friday: Queen Anne of Romania .
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Happy Friday everybody! Today's photoshop comes as a request from @a.tiara.a.day follower and while I don't do the photoshops myself, the lovely and talented @euro.chick happily obliged 😊 In case you didn't know, she's the one who makes all these lovely photoshops happen. And what a treat it is! 👏🏻
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Today we have the late Queen Anne of Romania (1923-2016) wearing the Vladimir Sapphire Kokoshnik Tiara. I have already covered the full history on this piece so if you'd like to know more details, just scroll back and it'll be there. But the short version is, this amazing tiara --made by Cartier-- first belonged to Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna, but to fund her way out of Russia during the Revolution she sold the piece to her niece, Queen Marie of Romania. Queen Marie gave the tiara to her youngest daughter, Princess Ileana when she married an Austrian Archduke in 1931. There it stayed until the 1950's when she sold it back to Cartier in order to bring her family to America. So as you can see, Queen Anne never got to wear it. The Romanian monarchy was dissolved anyway by 1947, a year before Queen Anne and King Michael I wed so it would've been unlikely that Anne would've used it much. Either way, now we know what it would've looked like on her, especially with that fantastic sapphire parure! 💕🎉✨ Have a great weekend! #antique #atiaraaday #diamonds #grandduchessmariapavlovna #history #jewelry #jewels #monarchy #queenanneofromania #queenmarieofromania #royalty #royaljewels #romanianroyals #sapphire #sapphirevladimirkokoshniktiara #tiara #photoshop #friday #justforfun

🇷🇴👑🇷🇴 THE LIST OF FOREIGN royal guests attending the funeral of Queen Anne on Saturday has been announced and will include: {If any of the pictures do not match the titles as you know them please forgive me as I'm not as familiar with many of the eastern European royals}
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Today, 25th of October, King Michael of Romania turned 95! Here, together with his father, King Carol II at Pelisor.
#kingmichael #romanianroyals #royalty #king #michaelofromania #carolii #vintagephotography #lostworld #lostsplendour

29 October 1875 was born Princess Marie of Edinburgh(Maria Alexandra Victoria),eldest daughter of Alfred Duke of Edinburgh(second son of Queen Victoria)and Maria Alexandrovna(olnly daughter of Alexander II of Russia).Was Queen of Romania between 1914-1927,she died in 1938 of cirrhosis...#queen#marieofromania#marieofedinburgh#thisdayinhistory#happybirthday#historic#facts#historical#pastroyals#romanianroyals

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Photoshop Friday: Queen Anne of Romania .
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Happy Friday everybody! Today's photoshop comes as a request from @a.tiara.a.day follower and while I don't do the photoshops myself, the lovely and talented @euro.chick happily obliged 😊 In case you didn't know, she's the one who makes all these lovely photoshops happen. And what a treat it is! 👏🏻
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Today we have the late Queen Anne of Romania (1923-2016) wearing the Vladimir Sapphire Kokoshnik Tiara. I have already covered the full history on this piece so if you'd like to know more details, just scroll back and it'll be there. But the short version is, this amazing tiara --made by Cartier-- first belonged to Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna, but to fund her way out of Russia during the Revolution she sold the piece to her niece, Queen Marie of Romania. Queen Marie gave the tiara to her youngest daughter, Princess Ileana when she married an Austrian Archduke in 1931. There it stayed until the 1950's when she sold it back to Cartier in order to bring her family to America. So as you can see, Queen Anne never got to wear it. The Romanian monarchy was dissolved anyway by 1947, a year before Queen Anne and King Michael I wed so it would've been unlikely that Anne would've used it much. Either way, now we know what it would've looked like on her, especially with that fantastic sapphire parure! 💕🎉✨ Have a great weekend! #antique #atiaraaday #diamonds #grandduchessmariapavlovna #history #jewelry #jewels #monarchy #queenanneofromania #queenmarieofromania #royalty #royaljewels #romanianroyals #sapphire #sapphirevladimirkokoshniktiara #tiara #photoshop #friday #justforfun

I just heard the news about his majesty’s health and isn’t a good one and also@it became worse..I pray that he will be alright and may God take care !✨🇷🇴
We are with you,your majesty!

#kingmichaelofromania #kingmichael #regelemihai #familiaregala #familiaregalaaromaniei #romanianroyals #romanianroyalfamily #royalfamilyofromania

On the 5th of November, Crown Princess Margarita of Romania and her husband , Prince Radu attended the celebrations of the first four years since the founding of the Duke of Edinburgh 's International Award of Romania.

#Romanianroyals#Romaniankingdom#RoyalsofRomania#Worldofnews#Worldofroyals

November 2, 1916 – Death of Elisabeth of Wied, wife King Carol I of Romania, at Bucharest, Romania.
Elisabeth was the Queen consort of Romania as the wife of King Carol I of Romania, widely known by her literary name of Carmen Sylva.She was the daughter of Hermann, Prince of Wied, and his wife Princess Marie of Nassau, daughter of William, Duke of Nassau.
Elisabeth was niece of Adolphe, Grand Duke of Luxembourg and Sophia of Nassau, Queen of Sweden and Norway as wife of Oscar II. Elisabeth’s cousins was Princess Emma of Waldeck and Pyrmont, who was Queen of the Netherlands as the wife of King William III (and mother of Queen Wilhelmina) & Helena of Waldeck and Pyrmont, Duchess of Albany as wife of Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany, youngest son of Queen Victoria.
As a young girl, sixteen-year-old Elisabeth was considered as a possible bride for Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (the future Edward VII of the United Kingdom, known as Bertie). His mother, Queen Victoria, strongly favored her as a prospective daughter-in-law. Bertie was also shown photographs of Elisabeth, but professed himself unmoved and declined to give them a second glance. In 1869, Karl, who was now Prince Carol of Romania, traveled to Germany in search of a suitable consort and chose Elisabeth, and the two were married on 15 November 1869. Their only child, a daughter, Maria, died in 1874 at age three — an event from which Elisabeth never recovered. She was crowned Queen of Romania in 1881 after Romania was proclaimed a kingdom.
As "Carmen Sylva", she wrote with facility in German, Romanian, French and English. A few of her voluminous writings, which include poems, plays, novels, short stories, essays, collections of aphorisms, etc., may be singled out for special mention.#romanianroyalty #romanianroyals #elisabethofwied #caroliofromania #royals #royalty #europeanroyalty #europeanroyals #royalty #royals #hohenzollernsigmaringen

October 29, 2017 marked the 142nd birthday of Marie of Edinburgh, the last Queen Consort of Romania. Marie was born into the British Royal Family as the eldest daughter of Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh and Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia, the only daughter of Emperor Alexander II
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Marie was close to her relatives and was gifted child, she was witty, kind, and clever. Marie spent her childhood in many places, including England, Malta, and Coburg. Her upbringing was overseen by her mother since the Duke of Edinburgh rarely got a chance to see hs children. When the Duke does have time to spend with his children he would play games and tell stories and had a warm, but slightly distant relationship with his children
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As Marie grew older, she became incredibly beautiful and attracted many royal bachelors, including her cousin and childhood friend, Prince George of Wales, later King George V of The United Kingdom. Under the machinations of her mother, Marie ended up meeting with and marrying Crown Prince Ferdinand of Romania. She would become Queen upon the death of her father-in-law. She is remembered as one of the most popular and influential members of the Romanian Royal Family and the many memoirs she made dictating her life story. Marie died on 18th July, 1938
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#marieofromania #marieofedinburgh #britishroyalty #britishroyals #britishroyalfamily #romanianroyalty #romanianroyalfamily #romanianroyals #queenofromania #princessofgreatbritain #princessofedinburgh #germanroyalty #alfreddukeofsaxecoburgandgotha #mariaalexandrovna #womenofhistory #historicalwomen #daguerrotype #queenvictoria #victorian #victorianera#grandchildrenofqueenvictoria

On the 31st of October , Princess Maria of Romania visited the social canteen and St.John's House of the Caritas Association in Bucharest , Romania.

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October 29, 1875 – Birth of Princess Marie of Edinburgh, granddaughter of Queen Victoria; and wife of Ferdinand I of Romania.
Born into the British royal family, she was titled Princess Marie of Edinburgh at birth. Her parents were Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburghand Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia. Marie's early years were spent in Kent, Malta and Coburg. After refusing a proposal from her cousin, the future King George V, she was chosen as the future wife of Crown Prince Ferdinand of Romania, the heir apparent of King Carol I, in 1892. Marie was Crown Princess between 1893 and 1914, and became immediately popular with the Romanian people. Marie had controlled her weak-willed husband even before his ascension in 1914.
As queen, she was very popular, both in Romania and abroad. In 1926, Marie and two of her children undertook a diplomatic tour of the United States. They were received enthusiastically by the people and visited several cities before returning to Romania. There, Marie found that Ferdinand was gravely ill and he died a few months later. Now queen dowager, Marie refused to be part of the regency council which reigned over the country under the minority of her grandson, King Michael. In 1930, Marie's eldest son Carol, who had waived his rights to succession, deposed his son and usurped the throne, becoming King Carol II. He removed Marie from the political scene and strived to crush her popularity. As a result, Marie moved away from Bucharest and spent the rest of her life either in the countryside, or at her home by the Black Sea. In 1937, she became ill with cirrhosis and died the following year. #britishroyalty #britishroyals #marieofedinburgh #romanianroyalty #romanianroyals #ferdinandiofromania #marieofromania #hohenzollernsigmaringen #carolii #europeanroyalty #europeanroyals #royals #royalty #queenvictoria

On the 20th of October, Crown Princess Margaret of Romania held a meeting of the Broad of Directors of the Princess Margarita of Romania Foundation.

#Romanianroyals#Romania#Worldofroyals#Wodofnews#Romanianroyalties#PrincessMargarita#PrincessMargaret.

October 15, 1893 – Birth of King Carol II of Romania.
Carol was the eldest son of Ferdinand I and Marie of Edinburgh, he became crown prince upon the death of his grand-uncle, King Carol I in 1914. He was the first of the Hohenzollern kings of Romania to be born in the country (both of his predecessors were born and grew up in Germany and only came to Romania as adults). Carol, by contrast, spoke Romanian as his first language and was the first member of the Romanian royal family to be raised in the Orthodox faith.
He possessed a hedonistic personality that contributed to the controversies marring his reign, and his life was marked by numerous scandals. Among them, marriages to Zizi Lambrino and Princess Helen of Greece and Denmark, daughter of King Constantine I of Greece. His continued affairs with Magda Lupescu obliged him to renounce his succession rights in 1925 and leave the country. Princess Helen eventually divorced him in 1928. King Ferdinand died in 1927 and Carol's five-year-old son ascended the throne as Michael I.
Carol returned to Romania in 1930 and replaced the regency that had been in place. His reign was marked by re-alignment with Nazi Germany, adoption of anti-semitic laws and ultimately evolved into a personal dictatorshipbeginning with 1938. On 6 September 1940, he was forced by his Prime Minister Ion Antonescuto leave the country and withdraw abroad into exile. He was succeeded by his son Michael. Carol remained in exile for the rest of his life. He was never to see his son, King Michael, after his 1940 departure from Romania. Michael could see no point in meeting his father who had humiliated his mother so many times via his open affairs and did not attend his father's funeral. #romanianroyalty #romanianroyals #carolii #marieofedinburgh #ferdinandiofromania #michaeliofromania #hohenzollernsigmaringen #royals #royalty #royaleurope

October 12, 1894 – Birth of Elisabeth of Romania, wife of King George II of Greece.
Elisabeth was the eldest daughter of Crown Prince Ferdinand of Romania and Princess Marie of Edinburgh, a granddaughter of Queen Victoria. Named after her paternal great-aunt, Queen Elisabeth of Wied, along with her older brother Prince Carol, she was raised by their grand-uncle, King Carol I and his wife. Over the years, Elisabeth developed a cold character and a volatile temperament which socially isolated her. Considered "vulgar" by her mother, however, she had the reputation of being a classical beauty.
On 27 February 1921, Elisabeth married Prince George of Greece. In Greece, Elisabeth had great difficulty integrating into the royal family, from an introverted temperament that could be mistaken as arrogance. The relations between Elisabeth and her husband were strained due to their inability to have children after suffering a miscarriage in early months of their marriage.
When her husband became King of Greece in 1922, Elisabeth was involved in assisting refugees who arrived to Athens after the disaster of the Greco-Turkish War. The rise of the revolutionary climate, however, affected her health and with great relief she left the Kingdom of Greece with her husband in late 1923. The royal couple then settled in Bucharest, after George II was deposed in early 1924. In Romania, Elisabeth and George II's relationship deteriorated and the couple divorced in 1935.
At the end of World War II, she established close links with the Romanian Communist Party and openly conspired against her nephew, the young King Michael I, earning the nickname of "Red Aunt" of the sovereign. However, her communist links did not prevent her from being expelled from the country when the Socialist Republic of Romania was proclaimed in 1947. Exiled, the princess moved to Switzerland where she lived until her death in 1956.

October 10, 1914 – Death of King Carol I of Romania.
Carol was elected Ruling Prince (Domnitor) of the Romanian United Principalities on 20 April 1866 after the overthrow of Alexandru Ioan Cuza by a palace coup d'état. In May 1877, he proclaimed Romania an independent and sovereign nation. The defeat of the Ottoman Empire (1878) in the Russo-Turkish War secured Romanian independence. He was proclaimed King of Romania on 26 March. During his reign, Carol I personally led Romanian troops during the Russo-Turkish War and assumed command of the Russo/Romanian army during the siege of Plevna. The country achieved internationally recognized independence via the Treaty of Berlin, 1878.
He married Princess Elisabeth of Wied in 1869, with whom had one daughter, Maria, who died at the age of three. Carol never produced a male heir, leaving his elder brother Leopold next in line to the throne. In October 1880 Leopold renounced his right of succession in favour of his son William, who in turn surrendered his claim six years later in favour of his younger brother, the future king Ferdinand I.
He was the first ruler of the Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen dynasty, which ruled the country until the proclamation of a republic in 1947.
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On the 5th of October, Princess Stéphanie of Monaco visited the Romanian Royal Family. Both Prince Radu and Princess Margareta were there to welcome her. They even held a reception party for Her Highness at the Elisabeta Palace in Bucharest , Romania.

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On the 4th of October, Princess Stéphanie of Monaco , Prince Radu of Romania and Bucharest's Mayor Gabriela Firea attended the inauguration of a monument dedicated to HRH Prince Rainer of Monaco at the Circus Park in Bucharest , Romania.

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