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Princess Alexandra of Denmark later Queen Alexandra of The United Kingdom by William D. Dring Painted in 1953....Stunning!  Date painted: 1953

Princess Alexandra of Denmark later Queen Alexandra of The United Kingdom by William D. Dring Painted in 1953....Stunning! Date painted: 1953

Queen Alexandra, the Princess of Wales, great grandmother of Queen Elizabeth II.

Queen Alexandra, the Princess of Wales, great grandmother of Queen Elizabeth II.

Princess Alexandra of Denmark later Queen of England on her wedding day,August 20,1862. Not exactly joyful. She looks sad.

Princess Alexandra of Denmark later Queen of England on her wedding day,August 20,1862. Not exactly joyful. She looks sad.

Queen Alexandra in her youth years. Maria Feodorovna (Nicholas’ mother) was sister to Queen Alexandra of Great Britain, which explained the striking resemblance between Tsar Nicholas II and King George V.

Queen Alexandra in her youth years. Maria Feodorovna (Nicholas’ mother) was sister to Queen Alexandra of Great Britain, which explained the striking resemblance between Tsar Nicholas II and King George V.

1900 Queen Victoria's daughter-in-law, Alexandra, popularizes pearl chokers - also notice the cameo

1900 Queen Victoria's daughter-in-law, Alexandra, popularizes pearl chokers - also notice the cameo

‘Outrageously beautiful’  -  The Princess Royal Victoria (later Empress of the German Empire) about her new sister-in-law Princess Alexandra of Denmark (later Queen Consort of Great-Britain). Portrait by Richard Lauchert (1823-69).

‘Outrageously beautiful’ - The Princess Royal Victoria (later Empress of the German Empire) about her new sister-in-law Princess Alexandra of Denmark (later Queen Consort of Great-Britain). Portrait by Richard Lauchert (1823-69).

Queen Alexandra of Denmark. Queen of Great Britain and Ireland, Empress of India.

Queen Alexandra of Denmark. Queen of Great Britain and Ireland, Empress of India.

Alexandrine Diamond Drop Tiara, worn by Countess Alexandra of Frederiksborg. Made in the early 1900s for Queen Alexandrine of Denmark, who passed the sparkler on to her son, King Frederik IX, after her death. It was the first tiara worn by Queen Margrethe, who received it as a birthday gift when she turned 18; Margrethe then gave the tiara to her daughter-in-law as a wedding present.

Alexandrine Diamond Drop Tiara, worn by Countess Alexandra of Frederiksborg. Made in the early 1900s for Queen Alexandrine of Denmark, who passed the sparkler on to her son, King Frederik IX, after her death. It was the first tiara worn by Queen Margrethe, who received it as a birthday gift when she turned 18; Margrethe then gave the tiara to her daughter-in-law as a wedding present.

The Russian Kokoshnik Tiara, presented to the Princess of Wales on her Silver Wedding Anniversary in 1888 by Lady Salisbury on behalf of 365 peeresses of the United Kingdom. The tiara was made by Garrard Jewellers and supervised by Lady Salisbury. It is made up of 61 platinum bars and encrusted with 488 diamonds, the largest of which being 3.25 carats each.

The Russian Kokoshnik Tiara, presented to the Princess of Wales on her Silver Wedding Anniversary in 1888 by Lady Salisbury on behalf of 365 peeresses of the United Kingdom. The tiara was made by Garrard Jewellers and supervised by Lady Salisbury. It is made up of 61 platinum bars and encrusted with 488 diamonds, the largest of which being 3.25 carats each.

Alexandra of Denmark, Queen of Great Britain, Ireland, Empress of India with two of her daughters, HRH The Princess Maud and HRH Princess Louise Princess Royal at Buickingham Palace, 1905.

Alexandra of Denmark, Queen of Great Britain, Ireland, Empress of India with two of her daughters, HRH The Princess Maud and HRH Princess Louise Princess Royal at Buickingham Palace, 1905.

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