Marie of Romania (born Princess Marie Alexandra Victoria of Edinburgh; 29 October 1875 – 18 July 1938) was the last Queen of Romania as the wife of King Ferdinand I . Marie was born into the British royal family. Her parents were Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh (later Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha) and Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia.
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Maria, Regina României (în engleză Queen Marie of Romania) este un film istoric românesc lansat în data de 8 noiembrie 2019. Unul dintre producătorii filmului este Radu Apostolescu, fondator (la 4 decembrie 2001) al site-ului eMAG. Este regizat de regizorul italian Alexis Sweet Cahill.
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Who is correct? Baha'is or Princess Ileana? Princess Ileana of Romania (Queen Marie's daughter)January 30. On this date in in 1926, Martha Root secured the first of her eight meetings with Queen Marie of Romania, which occurred from January 1926 through February 1936. Although Bahá'ís frequently refer to her as "the first member of a royal family to embrace the Bahá’í Faith," Queen Marie's daughter disputes this claim: "It is perfectly true that my mother, Queen Marie, did receive Miss Martha Root several times.....She came at the moment when we were undergoing very great family and national stress. At such a moment it was natural that we were receptive to any kind of spiritual message, but it is quite incorrect to say that my mother or any of us at any time contemplated becoming a member of the Baha’i faith.". So according to the above quote from a book on the Queen's daughter, she was interested in looking into the religion, but never really converted to it, her or anyone in the r...
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The Romanian IP 213.233… denies that Princess Ileana was ever called Mrs Issarescu. There are multiple citations that say she was: 1. '"Mrs. Stefan Issarescu, the Princess Ileana of Rumania, will be the guest of honor", The New York Times, October 19, 1954 2. "Ileana Issarescu and her six children ... Dr. Stefan Issarescu, the husband of Mrs. Issarescu", United States Congressional serial set, Volume 11904, 1956 3. "Mrs Issarescu", Reyes con y sin corona [Kings Without Thrones] by Geoffrey Bocca, 1962 [translation of 1959 original (the English language version is not available online)] 4. "Issarescu v. Issarescu". 82 Nev. 239, 239 (1966) [Her divorce proceedings] 5. From her OWN mouth: "My name is Ileana, Princess of Rumania, and Mrs. Issarescu, and I live in Newton, 30 Hyde Avenue.", Testimony of Princess Ileana of Rumania to the United States Senate, 1956 This is just a selection of the available citations online. There are of course more in print.She had many names during her lif...
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The article states that Marie met the future Queen Elizabeth in 1934. This is not true. Elizabeth is pictured with her in a christening photo of her grandson, Crown Prince Peter, in 1923. Here is the photo: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/572660908849527416/ — Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 03:47, 15 December 2020 (UTC) 1. In order to even start making sense, your objection would have to account for the fact that Elizabeth was born in 1926, so presumably was not appearing in photographs in 1923. - Biruitorul Talk 14:26, 17 December 2020 (UTC) 1.1. The photo is quite clear. Here's a better link: https://www.gettyimages.co.uk/detail/news-photo/in-september-1923-king-alexander-1st-of-serbia-queen-news-photo/105216780. You're thinking of another Elizabeth. Celia Homeford (talk) 14:29, 17 December 2020 (UTC) 1.1.1. Oops! Well, I checked the source, which refers to 1923 not 1934, and modified the text accordingly. I hope everything is now cleared up. - Biruitorul...
Apr 16, 2021 · English: Princess Marie Alexandra Victoria of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha; later Queen of Romania (* 29 October 1875; † 18 July 1938) was a member of the British Royal Family who became the queen consort of Ferdinand I of Romania.
The Romanian royal family (Romanian: Familia regală a României) was the ruling dynasty of the Kingdom of Romania, a constitutional monarchy in Central-Eastern Europe.The kingdom existed from 1881, when Carol I of Romania was proclaimed king, until 1947, when the last king, Michael I of Romania, was forced to abdicate and the Parliament proclaimed Romania a republic.
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Queen Anne of Romania was the wife of Michael I of Romania, whom she married after he abdicated the throne.
Princess Anne of Bourbon-Parma was born on 18 September 1923 in Paris, France, as the only daughter of Prince René of Bourbon-Parma and Princess Margaret of Denmark. With her three brothers she spent her childhood in France. To her family she was known as Nane. Their holidays were spent alternately at the Villa Pianore in Lucca with their paternal grandmother the Dowager Duchess of Parma, or at Bernstorff Palace in Copenhagen with their maternal grandfather. Anne's paternal aunt was the ...
In November 1947, Anne met King Michael I of Romania who was visiting London for the wedding of Princess Elizabeth and Philip Mountbatten. In fact, a year previously Queen Mother Elena had invited her, her mother, and brothers for a visit to Bucharest, but the plan did not come o
As a Bourbon, Anne was bound by the canon law of the Roman Catholic Church, which required that she receive a dispensation to marry a non-Catholic Christian. At the time, such a dispensation was normally only given if the non-Roman Catholic partner promised to allow the children
After their wedding in 1948, Anne and Michael rented a house in Hertfordshire for four years, where they became market gardeners and farmed poultry. In 1956 they moved to Versoix on Lake Geneva, and raised five daughters there. In 1992, they visited Romania for three days; it was her first visit to the country. From 1993 to 1997, despite repeated attempts, Michael was refused entry to Romania by the hostile Romanian government. During these years Anne visited the country a number of times repres
Anne and King Michael had five daughters, all of whom have been married and three of whom have children: 1. Margareta, Crown Princess of Romania, married Radu Duda in 1996. 2. Princess Elena of Romania, married Robin Medforth-Mills on 20 July 1983 and was divorced on 28 November 1991. They have two children. She married secondly Alexander McAteer on 14 August 1998. Nicholas de Roumanie Medforth-Mills, married civilly Alina Maria Binder on 6 October 2017. Maria Alexandra Medforth-Mills Elisabeta-
Anne died on 1 August 2016 in a hospital in Morges, Switzerland, at the age of 92. Although the offer to confer a posthumous military medal on her was declined by her family, Romania's President Klaus Iohannis offered condolences to King Michael and the royal family, issuing a statement which described the deceased as devoted to the country whose name she bore, "Her Majesty Queen Ana of Romania will remain forever in memory and in our hearts as one of the most important symbols of wisdom, dignit
May 07, 2021 · Queen Marie of Romania: Directed by Alexis Cahill, Brigitte Drodtloff. With Roxana Lupu, Daniel Plier, Richard Elfyn, Patrick Drury. Devastated by the First World War and plunged into political controversy, Romania's every hope accompanies its queen on her mission to Paris to lobby for international recognition of its great unification at the 1919 peace talks.
- Roxana Lupu, Daniel Plier, Richard Elfyn
- Alexis Cahill, Brigitte Drodtloff
The Crown of Queen Maria was made of gold mined from the Transylvania region of Romania. It was constructed specifically for the occasion of the coronation of King Ferdinand I and Queen Maria in 1922 at Alba-Iulia. The Crown has a very original design.