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Princess Alexandra and Angus Ogilvy, 1965.

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Princess Alexandra and Angus Ogilvy, 1965.
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Princess Alexandra and Angus Ogilvy, 1965.
Princess Alexandra and Angus Ogilvy, 1965.
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Princess Alexandra and Angus Ogilvy, 1965. On 24 April 1963, Ogilvy married Princess Alexandra of Kent, a granddaughter of King George V and a cousin of Queen Elizabeth II, at Westminster Abbey in London. Her parents were The Prince George, Duke of Kent and Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark. The wedding ceremony was attended by all the members of the Royal Family and was broadcast worldwide on television, watched by an estimated 200 million people. The Queen had offered Ogilvy an earldom on his wedding, which he declined. He also rejected a grace-and-favour apartment at one of the Royal Palaces. Instead he leased Thatched House Lodge in Richmond, London from the Crown Estate for him and Princess Alexandra to live in, and where the Princess still lives today. However Princess Alexandra retained an apartment at St James's Palace which is customary for the royal family. Together the couple had two children: James Robert Bruce Ogilvy (born 29 February 1964), married and has issue [4] Marina Victoria Alexandra Ogilvy (born 31 July 1966), married and has issue

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SizeText 7.9" x 12.1"

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