A rare photo showing all of King George V and Queen Mary's children in the later childhood or teens. Back row : Prince Albert, Prince Edward and Prince Henry; front row : Prince John, Princess Mary and Prince George.
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The Queen Mary ship is quite haunted, according to the many people who have worked on and visited the craft. The most haunted area of the ship is the engine room where a 17-year-old sailor was crushed to death trying to escape a fire. The spirit of a young girl, who allegedly broke her neck in an accident at the pool, has been heard asking for her mother or her doll
Queen Mary wearing (i) the Cullinans I (530.2 carat pear shaped diamond) and II (317.4 carat cushion shaped) which she had dismounted from the crown jewels for the 1910 State Opening of Parliament to make her corsage ornament pinned to her garter riband and (ii) the Cullinans III (94.4 carat pear shaped) and IV (63.6 cushion shaped) at her throat underneath the rows of diamond riviere necklaces, attached to the Coronation necklace
Queen Mary - The family called her Mae. She was engaged to the eldest son of Edward VII, the Duke of Clarence. He died of influenza. George, the second son fell in love with her and they married. When her granddaughter, the present Queen Elizabeth ascended the throne, there were three queens in England - Elizabeth, the Queen Mother and Mary her grandmother. Queen Mary died in 1953.
Queen Mary and King George V on their wedding day (July 6, 1893) Queen Mary was German. But the clever Queen Mary of Tech began referring to herself as "English from top to toe" as the hatred of Germans became so intense in England.