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Princess Alexandra, Lady Ogilvy (1936-), Cousin of Queen Elizabeth II; wife of Sir Angus Ogilvy

Sitter in 76 portraits
The sister of the Duke and Prince Michael of Kent, Princess Alexandra married the Hon Sir Angus Ogilvy second son of the Earl of Airlie, in 1963. She has been active in many aspects of public life and is vice-president of the British Red Cross. They have two children and two grandchildren.

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The Duke and Duchess of Kent with their children

by Madame Yevonde, published by Raphael Tuck & Sons
bromide postcard print, 1936
NPG x198137

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Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent; Princess Alexandra, Lady Ogilvy

by Madame Yevonde, published by Raphael Tuck & Sons
bromide postcard print, 1936
NPG x198138

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Princess Alexandra, Lady Ogilvy

by Madame Yevonde
Vivex colour print, March 1937
NPG x11655

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Princess Alexandra, Lady Ogilvy

by Madame Yevonde
Vivex colour print, March 1937
NPG x11656

x47186

Princess Alexandra, Lady Ogilvy

by Hay Wrightson
chlorobromide print, November 1947
NPG x47186

x193012

'The Royal Wedding Group'

by Bassano Ltd, published by The Photochrom Co Ltd
halftone postcard print, 20 November 1947
NPG x193012

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Princess Alexandra, Lady Ogilvy

by Dorothy Wilding
chlorobromide print on tissue and card mount, December 1953
NPG x34745

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