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Anne Veronica (née Coke), Baroness Glenconner

(1932-), President of charitable organisations; Extra Lady-in-Waiting to Princess Margaret; wife of 3rd Baron Glenconner; daughter of 5th Earl of Leicester

Sitter in 15 portraits

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The Queen with her Maids of Honour, by Cecil Beaton - NPG P1454

The Queen with her Maids of Honour

by Cecil Beaton
bromide print, 2 June 1953
NPG P1454

Anne Veronica (née Coke), Baroness Glenconner, by Navana Vandyk - NPG x97522

Anne Veronica (née Coke), Baroness Glenconner

by Navana Vandyk
whole-plate film negative, 8 May 1950
NPG x97522

Anne Veronica (née Coke), Baroness Glenconner, by Navana Vandyk - NPG x97523

Anne Veronica (née Coke), Baroness Glenconner

by Navana Vandyk
whole-plate film negative, 8 May 1950
NPG x97523

Anne Veronica (née Coke), Baroness Glenconner, by Navana Vandyk - NPG x97526

Anne Veronica (née Coke), Baroness Glenconner

by Navana Vandyk
whole-plate film negative, 8 May 1950
NPG x97526

'The Queen with her Maids of Honour and Mistress of the Robes', published by Raphael Tuck & Sons - NPG x193014

'The Queen with her Maids of Honour and Mistress of the Robes'

published by Raphael Tuck & Sons
bromide postcard print, 2 June 1953
NPG x193014

Maids of Honour at the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, by Cecil Beaton - NPG x14010

Maids of Honour at the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II

by Cecil Beaton
bromide print on white card mount, June 1953
NPG x14010

''In' Group', by Patrick Lichfield - NPG x128493

''In' Group'

by Patrick Lichfield
archival inkjet print, July 1967
NPG x128493

Princess Margaret in Mustique with friends, by Patrick Lichfield - NPG x126913

Princess Margaret in Mustique with friends

by Patrick Lichfield
archival inkjet print, March 1972
NPG x126913

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Anne Veronica (née Coke), Baroness Glenconner

by Navana Vandyk
whole-plate film negative, 8 May 1950
NPG x97524

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Anne Veronica (née Coke), Baroness Glenconner

by Navana Vandyk
whole-plate film negative, 8 May 1950
NPG x97525

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Anne Veronica (née Coke), Baroness Glenconner

by Navana Vandyk
whole-plate film negative, 8 May 1950
NPG x97527

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Anne Veronica (née Coke), Baroness Glenconner

by Navana Vandyk
whole-plate film negative, 8 May 1950
NPG x97528

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Hon. Charles Edward Pevensey Tennant; Anne Veronica (née Coke), Baroness Glenconner

by Francis Goodman
twelve 2 1/4 inch square film negatives, Spring 1961
NPG x195415

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