Mary of Teck, Queen Consort of King George V (1867-1953)
Mary (May) of Teck became queen consort when she wed King George V in 1893, in a marriage arranged by Queen Victoria. Queen Mary was delicate, intelligent, and popular with the people. The royal couple had six children. Her oldest son, King Edward VIII, abdicated to marry the American Mrs. Wallis Simpson, over Mary's strong objections.
- 1890 circa 5 years
- Original Format:
- Cabinet Card
- Byrne & Co.
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