The children of Queen Maria II of Portugal and King consort Ferdinand II in 1854 (from left to right):
D. Fernando (1846-61); D. Antónia (1845-1913), later Princess of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen; D. Luís (1838-89) who wears a top hat, later King Luís I of Portugal; D. Maria Ana (1843-84), later Crown Princess of Saxony; D. Augusto (1847-89) and D. João (1842-61), Duke of Beja. Only the eldest, D. Pedro (1837-61), who was King Pedro V of Portugal, is absent.
Princess Beatrice of Great Britain. Early 1880s
It’s really scary how much all of Victoria’s children looked like her…
Photo as seen in video- “History of Beaufort, SC” by Scott Myers and Mike Kirk
Blogger Note: No original source, date, names, or photographer found.
Lady Georgina Belhaven, The Honorable Mrs. Robert Borras Whiteside, & Lady Hemphill
Sigh. In England, Honour has U in it! You can’t Americanise proper nouns!
Liege, Belgium. 1898.
1880’s newlyweds Katherine and Herman
Princesses Zorka, Milica and Anastasia of Montenegro. In time Militsa and Anastasia would become Grand Duchesses of Russia.