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the bride’s mother (the Marchioness of Cambridge), wearing a gown of pale pleated grey georgette with a silver and grey brcocade cloak and silver tissue hat trimmed with pastel-coloured flowers, who, assisted , by her daughter, the Lady Helena performed the honours of receiving the Royal guest as:
King and Queen and other members the Royal family Queen Alexandra and the Dowager Empress of Russia greets the newly weds: the Marquis and Marchioness Worcester.
Lady Frederic Cambridge, the Earl and Countess Eltrram, the Duchess of Newcastle, Constance Duchess Westminster, Catherine Duchess Westminster, the Earl and Countess Shaftesbury, Lady Mary Ashley Cooper, Lady Mary Stanley, the Countess Earl and Countess, cf Lonsdale, the Dowager Marchioness Linlithgow, Sir George and Lady Holford. the Countess of Mount-Edgeumhe. Viscountess Boyne (Princess Mark’s sister-in-law), Lady Coke, Lady Victoria Manners, Bishop Glyn aid Mary Lady Henry Seymour, the Countess Scarborough, Lady Islington, the Countess cf Huntingdon, the Dowager Countess of Leicester, Lord and Lady Barwick, Lord and Lady Forrester, Lord and Lady Henry Fitzgerald. Lady Maud Warrender, Lady Cledagh Anson, the Countess St. Germans, the Earl and Countess Kerry, Lady Lansdowne, Lady Lord Lady Long of Wraxall, and Lord Willughby-de-Broke.
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