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The six children of King George V and Queen Mary: Prince Albert, The Duke of York (later George VI); Princess Mary, The Princess Royal; Prince Edward, The Prince of Wales (later Duke of Windsor); Prince John (who sadly died at 13); Prince Henry, The Duke of Gloucester; and Prince George, The Duke of Kent who suffered an untimely death at 39 in a plane crash.

The six children of King George V and Queen Mary: Prince Albert, The Duke of York (later George VI); Princess Mary, The Princess Royal; Prince Edward, The Prince of Wales (later Duke of Windsor); Prince John (who sadly died at 13); Prince Henry, The Duke of Gloucester; and Prince George, The Duke of Kent who suffered an untimely death at 39 in a plane crash.

Margaret of Connaught (1882-1920), Crown Princess of Sweden and son Prince Bertil.  Princess Margaret was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria and a princess of Great Britain.  She married for love Crown Prince Gustaf Adolph of Sweden, with whom she had five children.  Worn out by childbearing, Princess Margaret died while pregnant with her sixth child.  King Gustaf VI Adolf did not marry again for 30 years.

Margaret of Connaught (1882-1920), Crown Princess of Sweden and son Prince Bertil. Princess Margaret was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria and a princess of Great Britain. She married for love Crown Prince Gustaf Adolph of Sweden, with whom she had five children. Worn out by childbearing, Princess Margaret died while pregnant with her sixth child. King Gustaf VI Adolf did not marry again for 30 years.

Princess Viktoria Louisa and Prince Joachim of Prussia, the two youngest children (of 7) of Kaiser Wilhelm II.

Princess Viktoria Louisa and Prince Joachim of Prussia, the two youngest children (of 7) of Kaiser Wilhelm II.

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