Laurilla C

Laurilla C

Laurilla C
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Queen Maria of Romania, Part 3

Queen Maria of Romania, Part 3

Ludwig IV Grão-Duque de Hesse e do Reno de uniforme, com a filha princesa Alix de Hesse and by Rhine (later czarina Alexandra Feodorovna da Rússia), em 1878 <3 <3

Ludwig IV Grão-Duque de Hesse e do Reno de uniforme, com a filha princesa Alix de Hesse and by Rhine (later czarina Alexandra Feodorovna da Rússia), em 1878 <3 <3

Grand Duke Sergei Alexandrovich, Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna (Ella) and her brother Ernst of Hesse.

Grand Duke Sergei Alexandrovich, Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna (Ella) and her brother Ernst of Hesse.

Princess alice of Hesse

Princess alice of Hesse

Edward Prince of Wales and his sister Princess Alice, Grand Duchess of Hesse - May 1860

Edward Prince of Wales and his sister Princess Alice, Grand Duchess of Hesse - May 1860

Crown Princess Cecilie, and Princes Wilhelm, Louis Ferdinand and Hubertus, with wounded soldiers

Crown Princess Cecilie, and Princes Wilhelm, Louis Ferdinand and Hubertus, with wounded soldiers

Alice with her son Frittie. She may almost be smiling here.

Alice with her son Frittie. She may almost be smiling here.

Queen Marie of Romania / Munsey's Magazine, June 1919

Queen Marie of Romania / Munsey's Magazine, June 1919

Children Princess Victoria Melita “Ducky” (1876-1936) UK & her brother Prince Alfred “Affie” (1874-1899) UK by unknown artist. Children of Price Alfred (1844-1900) UK & Maria Alexandrovna Romanova (1853-1920) Russia. Affie’s death at age 24 is not known: Some say he had consumption. “The Complete Peerage” gives the usually accepted account that he shot himself. Severe symptoms of the syphilis are cited as the likely cause of his suicide.

Children Princess Victoria Melita “Ducky” (1876-1936) UK & her brother Prince Alfred “Affie” (1874-1899) UK by unknown artist. Children of Price Alfred (1844-1900) UK & Maria Alexandrovna Romanova (1853-1920) Russia. Affie’s death at age 24 is not known: Some say he had consumption. “The Complete Peerage” gives the usually accepted account that he shot himself. Severe symptoms of the syphilis are cited as the likely cause of his suicide.

Princess Elisabeth of Hesse

Princess Elisabeth of Hesse