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Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (The Queen Mother) with her younger brother, David, circa 1903.

Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (The Queen Mother) Queen of England and mother of Queen Elizabeth ll. She is with her younger brother David, circa

This is the beautiful mother of Prince Philip, Princess Alice of Battenberg (1885-1969). The daughter of Victoria of Hesse (sister of Tsarina Alexandra) and Louis of Battenberg. Married Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark (1882-1944), son of King George I, in 1903 .

Born at Windsor Castle, Princess Victoria Alice Elisabeth Julie Marie of Battenberg, later Princess Andrew of Greece and Denmark was the mother of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and mother-in-law of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom.

Young Elizabeth Bowles Lyons (Queen Mother) & Princess Beatrice. Throne Clones...The Daily mail

The throne clones: How the Royal Family inherited more than just their titles

Beauty that runs in the family- Young Elizabeth Bowles Lyons (Queen Mother) & her great-granddaughter Princess Beatrice.

Written by ITV Royal Correspondent Tim Ewart, Queen Elizabeth II examines the monarchs life and reign as she marks her 90th birthday. With many unique images from the Royal Archives, this beautifully

Written by ITV Royal Correspondent Tim Ewart, Queen Elizabeth II examines the monarchs life and reign as she marks her birthday. With many unique images from the Royal Archives, this beautifully

The Queen Mother wearing the Papyrus Tiara = where is it now? would love to see it again. Great wedding tiara for another 'royal'.

Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon was the wife of King George VI and mother of Queen Elizabeth II of England, thus earning her both the titles of Queen consort of England and The Queen Mother.

David Bowes-Lyon 1902-1961. Brother of Elizabeth, Queen Consort of King George VI & Queen Mum to Queen Elizabeth II

David Bowes-Lyon Brother of Elizabeth, Queen Consort of King George VI & Queen Mum to Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Mother & her brother in 1904. After her wedding, she left her bouquet in Westminister Abbey at the grave of the Unknown Warrior to remember this brother who had lost his life in the Battle of Loos. All Royal brides still follow this tradition to honor the armed forces.

Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (the Queen Mother), with her brother, David Bowes-Lyon, 1904

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