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Two curiosities from Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal: 1. A fresh, modern statue of guitarist Rory Gallagher, born in the town in 1948. 2. A bedraggled post box dating from the reign of the UK's King Edward VII (1901-1910) #ballyshannon #rorygallagher #edwardvii

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Forever you will be. I admire her a lot.🦋

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Mother like daughter. A Queen and a princess. In their blood was running a love, bond who can never be broken. Even her mother was executed when she was 3 years old. Her daughter was called a bastard and shw would never be a queen. But that came and was coming. When she sat on the throne nothing couldn't stop her. She was a powerful woman, and she had a beauty like a rose. So as her mother. She knew her mother was watching her from heaven. Because her mother was Queen of England and she is a queen in heaven. Their bond will never be broken. #queenelizabethl #anneboleyn #henryVIII #TUDORDYNASTY #maryl #edwardvii #kingedwar #kingtudor #tudors #tudorera #tudorsmonarch #queenanneboleyn #ARTICLE #history #monarchs #tudors #monarchy

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What is known about the life of Mary, Queen of Scots? Mary was just six days old when she became queen of Scotland following her father’s death. Being only a baby, her mother, the French Mary of Guise, acted as regent on Mary’s behalf. Amid tensions between English and Scottish powers, when she was just eight months old Mary was betrothed to Prince Edward, Henry VIII’s son, in the hope of calming rivalries between the two countries. However, Catholics opposed this betrothal and the match was eventually broken off.

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Before Elizabeth reached her third birthday, her father had her mother beheaded on charges of adultery and treason. Moreover, at Henry’s instigation, an act of Parliament declared his marriage with Anne Boleyn invalid from the beginning, thus making their daughter Elizabeth illegitimate, as Roman Catholics had all along claimed her to be. (Apparently, the king was undeterred by the logical inconsistency of simultaneously invalidating the marriage and accusing his wife of adultery.) The emotional impact of these events on the little girl, who had been brought up from infancy in a separate household at Hatfield, is not known; presumably, no one thought it worth recording. What was noted was her precocious seriousness; at six years old, it was admiringly observed, she had as much gravity as if she had been 40.When in 1537 Henry’s third wife, Jane Seymour, gave birth to a son, Edward, Elizabeth receded still further into relative obscurity, but she was not neglected. Despite his capacity for monstrous cruelty, Henry VIII treated all his children with what contemporaries regarded as affection; Elizabeth was present at ceremonial occasions and was declared third in line to the throne. She spent much of the time with her half brother Edward and, from her 10th year onward, profited from the loving attention of her stepmother, Catherine Parr, the king’s sixth and last wife. Under a series of distinguished tutors, of whom the best known is the Cambridge humanist Roger Ascham, Elizabeth received the rigorous education normally reserved for male heirs, consisting of a course of studies centring on classical languages, history, rhetoric, and moral philosophy.

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Monday: a short biography; Princess Helena of the United Kingdom, later Princes Christian of Schleswig-Holstein, was born on 25 May 1846 at Buckingham Palace. She was the fifth child and third daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Her name was Helena Augusta Victoria, nicknamed Lenchen. Her early education was arranged by her father, and learned language and arts like her sisters. Helena specifically excelled at science, art, and the piano. She was a rather romantic teenager, having a “fling” with Carl Ruland. This famous relationship may not have been much of a relationship, but when Queen Victoria discovered it she sent Ruland back to Germany. After Prince Albert’s death, Helena became an unofficial secretary for her mother. Initially, the role fell to Alice and Louise as Helena was too emotional. But after Alice married Prince Louis of Hesse, Helena filled the role. Until Queen Victoria’s death, Helena stayed by her mother’s side. - Helena married her third cousin, Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein, on 5 July 1866. Their engagement and match caused much controversy among the political scope of Europe, having to do with claims on land. The issue caused a division between the royal family and Alexandra, Princess of Wales. Also, the couple had a 15 year age gap. Despite all this, they were bound to marry. And so they did. The union produced six children, with four surviving to adulthood. They have no living descendants. - Throughout her adult life, Helena suffered from various illness. She dealt with rheumatism and joint issues, along with congestion. Helena was also addicted to opium and laudanum. Queen Victoria believed her daughter was a hypochondriac, but this was very unlikely. There were other members of the royal family that suffered from similar issues. After the death of Queen Victoria, Helena continued her duties in supporting the monarchy and carrying out engagements. - Princess Helena died on 9 June 1923 at Schomberg House. She was interred in St. George’s Chapel on 15 June 1923, but was reburied at Frogmore on 23 October 1928.

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On This Day In History . 10 June 1974 . Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester died. . ◼ Prince Henry suffered a series of strokes in later years, and was too ill to attend the funeral of his elder brother, the Duke of Windsor, or the wedding of his younger son, Prince Richard, both in 1972. . His first stroke was in 1965; together with later strokes, they left him required to use a wheelchair and he was unable to speak for his last remaining years. His last public appearance was for the unveiling of Queen Mary's plaque at Marlborough House in 1967, where he appeared weak and considerably older than the Duke of Windsor. . ◼ In 1972, the Duke's elder son, Prince William, died in a plane crash. The Duke was in such poor health that his wife hesitated whether to tell him. She later admitted in her memoirs that she did not, but, that he may have learned of their son's death from television coverage. . ◼ The Duke was the last surviving child of King George V & Queen Mary. He died on 10 June 1974. He was buried in the Royal Burial Ground, Frogmore. His second son, Prince Richard, inherited the title of Duke of Gloucester. The Duke's wife, Alice, received permission from Queen Elizabeth II to be styled Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester, to distinguish herself from Prince Richard's wife. She survived until 2004, becoming the longest-lived member of the British Royal Family in history, aged 102. . . . #OnThisDayInHistory #ThisDayInHistory #TheYear1974 #Royalty #HouseofWindsor #PrinceHenry #DukeofGloucester #PrinceHenryDukeofGloucester #RoyalFamily   #History #BritishMonarchy #d10jun #InstaHistory #RoyalHistory #BritishRoyals #historyfacts #britain #BritishArmy #Soldier #Heritage #Queenmary #QueenVictoria #GeorgeVI #GeorgeV #EdwardVII . 📷 Royal Collection Trust/© Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2019

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“THE VISIT OF THE BRITISH ROYAL FAMILY TO RUSSIA AROUND THE YEAR 1908:” The post shows some moments of State visit of the King of the UK, Edward VII and of his royal family to Russia in the year 1908, aboard the imperial yacht, Standart. Also we can see in the post the Romanov children (the Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia and the Tsarevich Alexei), the Tsarina Alexandra (smiling), the Princess Victoria Alexandra of UK (daughter of Eduardo VII and his wife, the Queen Alexandra of Denmark, younger sister of future King George V, cousin of Tsar Nicholas II) holding the Grand Duchess Maria and the Tsar Nicholas II with the King Edward VII in top right corner of the post. Finally, in the upper left corner of the post, we see the imperial yacht, Standart. #edwardvii #kingedwardvii #romanovfamily #royalyacht #otma #otmaa #alexandrafeodorovna #alexeiromanov #olgaromanov #tatianaromanov #mariaromanov #anastasiaromanov #romanovimperialfamily #royalchildren #monarchies #tsarnicholasii #monarchy #britishroyalfamily #britishmonarchy

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GENTLEMEN, YOU MAY SMOKE Edward VII (1841-1910) loved clothing, women, food...and cigars. Upon his ascension to the throne in 1901 following his mother, Queen Victoria, the former Prince of Wales is reported to have said to the court: “Gentlemen, you may smoke”! . . . . . #menwithcigars #cigar #cigars #cigarsmoker #cigarlover #cigaraficionado #cigartime #cigarstyle #cubancigar #edwardvii #kingedward #kingedwardvii #princeofwales #menwithstyle #style #mensstyle #menstyle #kingofengland #royalty #royalfamily #edwardian #edwardianfashion #savilerow #britishstyle

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