Person    | Female  Born 25/12/1901  Died 29/10/2004

Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester

Categories: Royalty

Born Montagu House, Whitehall. Married Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester in 1935. Mother of Richard Duke of Gloucester. President, and from 1937 Patron, of the Guild of the Royal Hospital of St Bartholomew. Died at Kensington Palace aged 102, the longest-lived Royal ever (as at 2012).

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Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester

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Princess Alice Garden

This plaque is on the wall behind the tree.

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Chopin statue

The statue is said to contain an urn with earth from Chopin's birthplace in P...

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