Item ITN/5/1/33 - Princess Alexandra, Angus Ogilvy, James and Marina

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Princess Alexandra, Angus Ogilvy, James and Marina


  • 1971 (Creation)

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(1955 - present)

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Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra and the Honorable Angus Ogilvy will be visiting the United States in order to open British Week in Los Angeles and San Francisco. She arrives in San Francisco on 29 September 1971. Her Royal Highness, The Honorable Mrs Angus Ogilvy, is seen with her family in the gardens of Thatched House Lodge, Richmond. She and her husband were married on the 29 April 1963. Her son, the Honorable James Robert Bruce was born 29 February 1964 and her daughter the Honorable Marina Victoria Alexandra, wearing a pink pinafore dress over a white polo-neck sweater was born on 31 July 1966. Her Royal Highness is wearing a slate-blue suede pinafore dress over a stone-coloured polo-neck sweater

ITN Reference: ROYAL/ALEX/86

Agency: Camera Press

Photographer: Norman Parkinson

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