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Mathilde Marie Christine Ghislaine d’Udekem d’Acoz

Mathilde Marie Christine Ghislaine d’Udekem d’Acoz

Periods and eras in English history - the later ones are also Scottish history, while the often-ignored Welsh were there most of the time (not necessarily by consent)

Periods and eras in English history - the later ones are also Scottish history, while the often-ignored Welsh were there most of the time (not necessarily by consent)

When you think of medieval history or high fantasy, the picture just isn’t complete without a crown-wearing King or Queen. It’s very telling of our human nature

Top 100 Royal Crowns Ever

When you think of medieval history or high fantasy, the picture just isn’t complete without a crown-wearing King or Queen. It’s very telling of our human nature

Crown Prince Haakon and Crown princess Mette-Marit, Norway  royals brown beige gown.   They are just a beautiful couple!!!!!

Crown Prince Haakon and Crown princess Mette-Marit, Norway royals brown beige gown. They are just a beautiful couple!!!!!

.Mette Marit in pink On Wednesday we Wear Pink ... for the Cure! Fresh Fash!!

.Mette Marit in pink On Wednesday we Wear Pink ... for the Cure! Fresh Fash!!

A young King Carl Gustaf with his wife Queen Silvia and their three children; Princesses Victoria and Madeleine and Prince Carl Philip

A young King Carl Gustaf with his wife Queen Silvia and their three children; Princesses Victoria and Madeleine and Prince Carl Philip

 my life feels pretty much together now

my life feels pretty much together now

Royal Family of Elizabeth II

Royal Family of Elizabeth II

Geoffrey V of Anjou - Founder of the House of "Plantagenet" - This surname comes from the Latin, "planta genista." Geoffrey V, [1113-1151], had, according to tradition, the habit of wearing a broom sprig in his helmet, whence the French variant, Plantegenet, arose. Later traditions, equally unverifiable, claim that Geoffrey, in penitence for some unknown sin, scourged himself with branches from a broom plant.

Geoffrey V of Anjou - Founder of the House of "Plantagenet" - This surname comes from the Latin, "planta genista." Geoffrey V, [1113-1151], had, according to tradition, the habit of wearing a broom sprig in his helmet, whence the French variant, Plantegenet, arose. Later traditions, equally unverifiable, claim that Geoffrey, in penitence for some unknown sin, scourged himself with branches from a broom plant.

Persian King Cyrus the Great -  Faith In Royalty Restored!  ~WTF awesome & interesting fun facts

Persian King Cyrus the Great - Faith In Royalty Restored! ~WTF awesome & interesting fun facts

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