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Queen Mary’s height is 5ft 6in (1.68 m)

Mary of Teck (Victoria Mary Augusta Louise Olga Pauline Claudine Agnes; 26 May 1867 – 24 March 1953) was Queen consort of the United Kingdom and the British Dominions, and Empress of India, as the wife of King-Emperor George V.

First Name: Mary
Middle Name: Of
Last Name: Teck
Birth Full Name: Victoria Mary Augusta Louise Olga Pauline Claudine Agnes
Other Names: May,Mary of Teck
Born: 26 May, 1867
Birthplace: London, England, UK
Died: 24 March, 1953
Death Location: London, England, UK
Height: 5ft 6in (1.68 m)
Build: Slim
Astrological Sign: Gemini
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: British
Occupation: Queen Consort, Queen of England
Father: Francis, Duke of Teck
Mother: Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge
Other Family Members: Edward VIII (son),George VI (son),Mary Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood (daughter),Prince Henry Duke of Gloucester (son),Prince George Duke of Kent (son),Prince John of the United Kingdom (son)
Filmography: BBC: The Voice of Britain (1935), Bezoek van de koning en de koningin van Engeland (1922), Britain’s Bulwarks, No. 9: King George and Queen Mary Witness the Black Arts of War (1918), Hearst-Pathé News, No. 52 (1917), Animated Weekly, No. 22 (1916), Animated Weekly, No. 41 (1916), Cambridgeshire Race Meet (1914), A Royal Visit to Ireland (1913), Incidents of the Durbar at Delhi (1912), Views in Calcutta, India (1912), Grand Delhi Coronation Durbar and Royal Visit to Calcutta Including Their Majesties’ Arrival at Amphitheatre (1912), Delhi Durbar (1912), Arrival at Howrah (1912), Delhi Durbar and Coronation (1912), Their Imperial Majesties in Calcutta (1912), Visit to Bombay and Exhibition (1912), Our King Emperor and Queen Empress Hold a Durbar in Delhi (1912), Delhi Durbar and Coronation (1911), Great Delhi Durbar and Presentation of Colours (1911, Short Film), King’s Visit to Bombay (1911), Their Imperial Majesties in Bombay (1911), Their Imperial Majesties in Delhi (1911), The Marathon Race (1908), Prince and Princess of Wales in Hackney (1908), Return of T.R.H. the Prince and Princess of Wales (1906), Arrival of the Prince and Princess of Wales (1906), Prince and Princess of Wales at Gwalior (1906), Prince of Wales in India (1906), Réception du Prince et de la Princesse de Galles aux Indes: Bombay et Ceylan (1906), Prince and Princess of Wales in India: At Delhi (1905), Prince and Princess of Wales in India: At Gwalior (1905), Prince and Princess of Wales in India: At Lahore (1905), Indian Tour of Prince and Princess of Wales (1903), Prince and Princess of Wales (1902), Prince and Princess of Wales Leaving Abbey (1902), Prince and Princess of Wales Visiting Bishop’s Park (1902), Visit of Prince and Princess of Wales to Bristol (1902), Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York Landing at Queenstown, Ontario (1901), Duke and Duchess of York Arriving at Quebec, The (1901), Duke and Duchess of York Leaving the Railroad Station at Montreal, Canada (1901), Duke and Duchess of York Marching Through the Streets of Montreal (1901), Duke and Duchess of York Presenting Medals to Boer War Veterans at the Unveiling of the Queen’s Statue (1901), Garden Party in Honor of the Duke and Duchess of York (1901), King and Queen, Duke and Duchess with Suites (1901), King Edward, Queen Alexandra, Prince and Princess of Wales Entraining at Portsmouth (1901), Reception of Royal Party on the Jetty (1901), Royal Party Leaving the Canteen (1901), Arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall at Sydney (1901), Departure for Australia of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York (1901), Departure of Duke and Duchess of York (1901), Duke and Duchess of York Leaving Centennial Park (1901), Duke and Duchess of York Passing Menzies Hotel (1901), Duke and Duchess of York’s Return (1901), Return of the Prince and Princess of Wales (1901), The Visit of the Duke and Duchess of York (1901), Duke and Duchess of York at a Garden Party (1900), Duke and Duchess of York at Conway (1899), Reception of the Duchess of York (1899)
Queen Mary Quote: When I die India will be found engraved on my heart. View More Queen Mary Quotes

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