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Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent (1906-1968), Wife of Prince George, Duke of Kent; daughter of Prince and Princess Nicholas of Greece and of Denmark

Sitter in 110 portraits
Artist of 1 portrait
Princess Marina, daughter of Prince and Princess Nicholas of Greece and of Denmark, married Prince George, son of King George V and Queen Mary in 1934. The couple were created Duke and Duchess of Kent, and the glamorous young duchess was considered one of the best-dressed women of her time.

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Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent

by Dorothy Wilding
half-plate film negative, 3 November 1940
NPG x37765

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Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent

by Dorothy Wilding
half-plate film negative, 3 November 1940
NPG x37766

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Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent

by Dorothy Wilding
half-plate film negative, 3 November 1940
NPG x37767

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Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent

by Dorothy Wilding
half-plate film negative, 3 November 1940
NPG x37768

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Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent

by Dorothy Wilding
half-plate film negative, 3 November 1940
NPG x37769

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Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent

by Dorothy Wilding
half-plate film negative, 3 November 1940
NPG x37770

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Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent

by Dorothy Wilding
half-plate film negative, 3 November 1940
NPG x37771

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Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent

by Dorothy Wilding
half-plate film negative, 3 November 1940
NPG x37772

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Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent

by Dorothy Wilding
half-plate film negative, 3 November 1940
NPG x37773

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Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent

by Dorothy Wilding
half-plate film negative, 3 November 1940
NPG x37774

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Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent

by Dorothy Wilding
half-plate film negative, 3 November 1940
NPG x37775

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Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent

by Dorothy Wilding
print, 1953
NPG x34753

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Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent

by Dorothy Wilding
half-plate film negative, 1953
NPG x37776

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Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent

by Dorothy Wilding
half-plate film negative, 1953
NPG x37777

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Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent

by Dorothy Wilding
half-plate film negative, 1953
NPG x37778

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Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent

by Dorothy Wilding
half-plate film negative, 1953
NPG x37779

x37780

Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent

by Dorothy Wilding
half-plate film negative, 1953
NPG x37780

x37781

Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent

by Dorothy Wilding
half-plate film negative, 1953
NPG x37781

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Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent

by Dorothy Wilding
half-plate film negative, 1953
NPG x37782

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