The Funeral of Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle on this day in 1968. The service was conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Archimandrite of the Greek Orthodox Church. The princess’ coffin was carried into and out of the Chapel by eight officers from the three regiments of which she was Colonel-in-Chief.
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Royal attendees included the Duke of Kent, Duchess of Kent, Princess Alexandra, Sir Angus Ogilvy, Prince Michael, the Queen, Duke of Edinburgh, the Queen Mother, Prince of Wales, Princess Royal, Princess Margaret, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, and the Duke of Windsor, as well as members of the Greek, Danish, and Yugoslavian Royal Families.
2 thoughts on “Funeral of Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent, 1968”
In the pictures of the Princess’s immediate family, standing on the steps together, after her funeral service, who is the older, shorter gentleman standing in the rear of the group?
Could it be Prince Paul, her brother in law?