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Featured 28 Feb 2011 Print

Prince Andrew of Greece and Princess Alice of Battenberg

Prince Andrew of Greece (1882 - 1944), fourth son of King George I of Greece (and a nephew of Queen Alexandra) together with his fiancee, Princess Alice of Battenberg (1885 - 1969), eldest child of Princess Victoria of Hesse and Prince Louis of Battenberg. Pictured shortly before their marriage in 1903. They are the parents of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Date: 1903

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Featured 28 Feb 2011 Print

Going Away outfit for Princess Patricia of Connaught

Page from the Illustrated London News showing the going away outfit for Princess Patricia of Connaught following her wedding to Captain Alexander Ramsay in February 1919. The one-piece dress of heavy blue silk stockingette, with embroidery around the neck and hemline was by Madame Handley Seymour as was the three quarter length cape cloak elephant grey faced cloth with a draped collar in charmeuse. The bottom picture shows the couple being chauffeur driven as they set off for their honeymoon in the country. Date: 1919

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Featured 28 Feb 2011 Print

Crowd at wedding of Princess Patricia of Connaught

Part of the record crowd outside Westminster Abbey at the wedding of Princess Patricia of Connaught to Captain Alexander Ramsay on 17 February 1919. It was the first royal wedding to take place at Westminster Abbey in over 600 years. The popularity of the Princess, who relinquished her royal title and became Lady Patricia Ramsay on her marriage, and the fact that the event came in the aftermath of World War I, meant that unprecedented numbers of spectators filled the London streets for the event. This picture shows mounted police clearing a way for the bridal carriage. Date: 1919

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans