Princess Mary of Cambridge: known as “Fat Mary” within the family. She was the mother of Queen Mary.
Queen Alexandra of England on the day of her coronation with page-boys carrying her train.
Queen Alexandra of England taking a photograph with her Kodak of my father, Christopher, with Marie Bonaparte, the Grand Duke Dimitri with a cane in his hand, an unknown man, and the Emperor’s mother, Maria Feodorovna, sister of Queen Alexandra.
Guests of the royal family for a weekend at Sandringham, England. From left to right: Margaret of Hesse with her sister, Sophia, Queen of the Hellenes, Queen Victoria, Maria of Romania, unknown, Grand Duchess Olga, the eldest daughter of Nicholas II, Marie Bonaparte, her husband Michael of Greece, the Russian Empress, Maria Feodorovna, King Constantine of Greece, Hélène of Orléans, the Duchess of Aosta, Queen Alexandra of England, Prince George of Greece, the eldest son of Constantin, the future King George II.
On the deck of the royal yacht Britannia: King George V, Queen Mary and their eldest son, David, who would be the short-lived King Edward VIII, then the Duke of Windsor after he abdicated.