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Tsarina Maria Feodorovna of Russia, nee Princess Dagmar of Denmark, with her mother Queen Louise of Denmark

Tsarina Maria Feodorovna of Russia, nee Princess Dagmar of Denmark, with her mother Queen Louise of Denmark

Three Danish Princesses, Thyra, Dagmar and Alexandra, who became the Duchess of Cumberland and Teviotdale, the Empress consort of Russia (as Maria Feodorovna) and the Queen consort of Great Britain

3 Denmark Princesses: Thyra, Dagmar-Maria & Alexandra, who became the Duchess of Cumberland & Teviotdale, the Empress consort of Russia (as Maria Feodorovna) & the Queen consort of UK colorized photo by unknown photographer.

The beautiful Princess Dagmar of Denmark (later Maria Feodorovna , wife of Tsar Alexander III of Russia)

The beautiful Princess Dagmar of Denmark (later Maria Feodorovna , wife of Tsar Alexander III of Russia)

Tsaritsa Maria Feodorovna of Russia, 1866   Princess Dagmar of Denmark  in her engagement jewels

Tsaritsa Maria Feodorovna of Russia, 1866 - Princess Dagmar of Denmark (sister of Princess/Queen Alexandra of England) in her engagement jewels:

Princesses Dagmar (L) & Alexandra of Denmark, the future Empress of Russia and future Queen of the UK

Sisters Princesses Dagmar (L) & Alexandra of Denmark, the future Empress of Russia, left, and Queen of England.

Alexandra, Princess of Wales, Tsarevna Marie Feodoronva of Russia and Princess Thyra of Denmark

Princess Thyra of Denmark, sister of Queen Alexandra and the Empress Maria Feodorovna and later Duchess of Cumberland and Crown Princess of Hanover, was.

Alexandra (second from left); Dagmar (second from right); their younger sister, Thyra, Crown Princess of Hanover and Duchess of Cumberland (far left); and their younger brother, Prince Waldemar of Denmark.

Alexandra (second from left); their younger sister, Thyra, Crown Princess of Hanover and Duchess of Cumberland (far left); and their younger brother, Prince Waldemar of Denmark.

Czar Alexander III and Czarina Marie Feodorovna with their firstborn child, Czarevich Nicholas, later Nicholas II, last Czar of Russia.

Czar Alexander III and Czarina Marie Feodorovna with their firstborn child, Czarevich Nicholas, later Nicholas II, last Czar of Russia. That's a lot of czars!

If Queen Victoria was the mother in law of Europe, King Christian of Denmark was the father in law. The six children of Christian IX and Queen Louise, photographed in 1882 at the occasion of their parents' Golden Jubilee. From the left: King George I of Greece, Empress Maria Feodorovna of Russia, Queen Alexandra of England, Crown Prince Frederik (VIII) of Denmark, Princess Thyra and Prince Valdemar.

If Queen Victoria was the mother in law of Europe, King Christian of Denmark was…

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