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GODE TIDER: Daværende kronprins Olav på båttur med sine tre barn i 1939, den siste fredssommeren; Harald, Ragnhild og Astrid. Foto: Aftenposten

GODE TIDER: Daværende kronprins Olav på båttur med sine tre barn i 1939, den siste fredssommeren; Harald, Ragnhild og Astrid. Foto: Aftenposten

Prince Carl of Denmark, later King Haakon VII of Norway and Princess Maud, later Queen Maud, in mourning for Queen Victoria, 1901. Maud was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria.

Prince Carl of Denmark, later King Haakon VII of Norway and Princess Maud, later Queen Maud, in mourning for Queen Victoria, 1901. Maud was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria.

Prince and Princess Carl of Denmark, later King Haakon VII (1872-1957) and Queen Maud of Norway (1869-1938), and Princess Victoria of Wales (1868-1935), as a 16th century Danish courtier, and Ladies-in-Waiting at to Marguerite de Valois: 1897, at the Devonshire House Fancy Dress Ball, 2-3 July 1897, portrait featured on page five in Munsey's Magazine.

Prince and Princess Carl of Denmark, later King Haakon VII (1872-1957) and Queen Maud of Norway (1869-1938), and Princess Victoria of Wales (1868-1935), as a 16th century Danish courtier, and Ladies-in-Waiting at to Marguerite de Valois: 1897, at the Devonshire House Fancy Dress Ball, 2-3 July 1897, portrait featured on page five in Munsey's Magazine.

Maud, The Queen of Norway. Born Maud of Wales, the youngest daughter of King Edward VII and Alexandra of Denmark, in 1896 she married Prince Carl of Denmark. In 1905 Norway dissolved their 91 year union with Sweden and offered their throne to Carl, taking the name Haakon VII. Maud was the first queen of Norway who was not also queen of Sweden or Denmark since 1380.

Maud, The Queen of Norway. Born Maud of Wales, the youngest daughter of King Edward VII and Alexandra of Denmark, in 1896 she married Prince Carl of Denmark. In 1905 Norway dissolved their 91 year union with Sweden and offered their throne to Carl, taking the name Haakon VII. Maud was the first queen of Norway who was not also queen of Sweden or Denmark since 1380.

Given by her parents to Princess Maud of Wales when she married Carl of Denmark in 1896, the tiara is designed with diamond scroll and festoon motifs topped with pearls. In 1905, Carl was chosen to become king of the newly independent Norway and took the name King Haakon VII. The tiara remained in the possession of the Norwegian crown.

Given by her parents to Princess Maud of Wales when she married Carl of Denmark in 1896, the tiara is designed with diamond scroll and festoon motifs topped with pearls. In 1905, Carl was chosen to become king of the newly independent Norway and took the name King Haakon VII. The tiara remained in the possession of the Norwegian crown.

Queen Maud and King Haakon of Norway and Crown Prince Olaf

Queen Maud and King Haakon of Norway and Crown Prince Olaf

Worn by Queen Maud of Norway for her Coronation with King Haakon VII (Prince Carl of Denmark & Iceland born Christian Frederik Carl Georg Valdemar Axel) (1872-1957) - 1906.  Princess Maud (Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria “Harry”) (1869-1938) of Wales, UK. 5th child of Edward VII (1841-1910) & Alexander of Denmark (1844–1925).

The British Museum and the Victoria and Albert

Worn by Queen Maud of Norway for her Coronation with King Haakon VII (Prince Carl of Denmark & Iceland born Christian Frederik Carl Georg Valdemar Axel) (1872-1957) - 1906. Princess Maud (Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria “Harry”) (1869-1938) of Wales, UK. 5th child of Edward VII (1841-1910) & Alexander of Denmark (1844–1925).

King Haakon & Queen Maud of Norway (nee Princess Maud of Wales) with Prince Olav.

King Haakon & Queen Maud of Norway (nee Princess Maud of Wales) with Prince Olav.

Coronation dress of Queen Maud of Norway, early XX century

Coronation dress of Queen Maud of Norway, early XX century

Princess Victoria of England, her brother King George V, King Haakon VII and Queen Maud of Norway, their son Prince Olav

Princess Victoria of England, her brother King George V, King Haakon VII and Queen Maud of Norway, their son Prince Olav

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