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Princess Margaret Of England Marry
Princess Margaret first met the photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones at a supper party in 1958. She married Armstrong-Jones at Westminster Abbey on 6 May 1960. She reportedly accepted his proposal a day after learning from Peter Townsend that he intended to marry a young Belgian woman, Marie-Luce Jamagne, who was half his age and bore a striking resemblance to Princess Margaret.
When Princess Margaret of Connaught was 23 and her younger sister Princess Patricia of Connaught was 18, both girls were among the most beautiful and eligible princesses in Europe. Their uncle, King Edward VII, wanted his nieces to marry a European king or crown prince.In January 1905, the Duke and Duchess of Connaught visited Portugal, where they were received by King Carlos and his wife ...
Princess Margaret, youngest daughter of the Queen Mother Elizabeth, was the subject of much controversy in her day. Read about her on Biography.com.
The lavish Netflix drama, The Crown, perpetuates a myth about Princess Margaret's love affair with a Battle of Britain pilot.
The Crown: Who did Princess Margaret marry? Why didn’t she marry Peter Townsend? PRINCESS Margaret’s affair with Group Captain Peter Townsend sparks a constitutional crisis in new Netflix drama The Crown.
Elizabeth II: family Royal family portrait, Aug. 22, 1951. (From left) Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth, Princess Margaret, the duke of Edinburgh, King George VI, and Princess Elizabeth.
In Snowden, the biography of Princess Margaret’s eventual husband, author Anne de Courcy wrote of the formative heartbreak that preceded Margaret’s marriage.
But the government continued to oppose a marriage, and though Princess Margaret turned 25 in 1955 and was thus free to marry without the queen's consent, it was made plain to her that if she chose to marry Group Captain Townsend she would lose her royal rights and income.
Princess Margaret's decision not to marry Group Captain Peter Townsend, a divorcee, has always been thought to have been made under pressure and opposition from the Queen, the court and senior members within the Church of England. But now a newly discovered letter from the Princess turns the story ...
Princess Margaret, who has died in hospital after suffering a third stroke aged 71, was the most striking illustration of the capricious and troubled relationship that beset the British and their monarchy in the second half of the 20th Century. Not even the life of Diana, Princess of Wales ...