Die Hochzeit von Prinzessin Frederica Sophia Maria Henriette Amelia Theresa von Hannover, Prinzessin von Großbritannien und Irland, wurde am 24. April 1880 um drei Uhr nachmittags in der Privatkapelle von Windsor Castle in Anwesendheit von Königin Victoria, gefeiert.
Princess Frederica of Hanover daughter of the King of Hanover owns a collection of large diamond stars which she wore as tiara and headjewel, probably a gift of her father, she was very close with him and his private secretary and I most faithful friend.
The marriage of H.R.H. Princess Frederica Sophia Maria Henrietta Amelia Theresa of Hanover, Princess of Great Britain and Ireland, was solemnised on the 24th of April in 1880, at three o’clock in the afternoon, in the Private chapel of Windsor Castle, the presence of er Majesty.
The Queen, as head of the family, sanctioned her union with the Baron Luitberg Alexander George Lionel Alphonse Freiherr von Pawel Remmingen, some time Equerry to her father, the late King of Hanover.
Marriage Marchioness of Carisbrooke |Battenberg Heirloom Jewels | Royal Wedding Gift and Presents
The wedding of Alexander, Marquess Carisbrooke, previously known Prince Alexander Battenberg. On November 7, 1917, the eldest son of Princess Beatrice, was created by letters patent Marquess of Carisbrooke, Earl of Berkhamsted and Viscount Launceston. He had lived at the Court of his grandmother, Queen Victoria, until he was aged fourteen and was a favorite grandson.
Some interesting unknown royal jewels are come to the light, Mrs Greville present a sapphire pendant brooch probably one of her amazing jewellery collection which was later owned by the Queen Mother Elizabeth.
Enamel, Sapphire, Citrine and Diamond Arts and Crafts Diadem | The Princess Royal, Countess of Harewood owned an Arts and Crafts head ornament made by the falcon studio a jewel from the designer Henry George Murphy, more about that hidden treasure>>
more about the hidden treasure of the Londonderry jewelry:
The emerald Corrigan bracelet, so named in the Mount Stewart archives was noted for its central emerald of immense size that was understood to have been acquired by Cartier directly from an Indian Maharajah….click on the link for more:
Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1937 and the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953 – as well as the royal weddings in 1936 and 1947 more about the story behind the royal jewelry>>
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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