Sex, vintage & Royals

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"Amused Queen". 1995

"Amused Queen". 1995

Princess Victoria of Baden, later Queen of Sweden, 1880s

Princess Victoria of Baden, later Queen of Sweden, 1880s

carolathhabsburg:

Thanks to  The First Waltz, i just found out that its the birthday of  Princess Sibylla of Saxe Coburg and Gotha (later princess of Sweden).
She was daughter of Prince Carl Edward of England (Later Karl Edward, duke of Saxe coburg) a well known “Nazi royal” and Viktoria Adelheid  of Schleswig-Holstein
Sibylla is the mother of current King Carl Gustav XVI of sweden. Here a image of her as a little girl with her mother. As you can all see, she wasnt amused at all!

And why not reblog this post. Im amazed how a dealed to make a little bio of Sibylla in english :o

carolathhabsburg:

Thanks to  The First Waltz, i just found out that its the birthday of  Princess Sibylla of Saxe Coburg and Gotha (later princess of Sweden).

She was daughter of Prince Carl Edward of England (Later Karl Edward, duke of Saxe coburg) a well known “Nazi royal” and Viktoria Adelheid  of Schleswig-Holstein

Sibylla is the mother of current King Carl Gustav XVI of sweden. Here a image of her as a little girl with her mother. As you can all see, she wasnt amused at all!

And why not reblog this post. Im amazed how a dealed to make a little bio of Sibylla in english :o

Reblogged from: carolathhabsburg via posted by: carolathhabsburg

(via (26) Tammy Lovrich / Pinterest)

Yo!!, Pinterest it not the primary source

http://firsttimeuser.tumblr.com/post/2816179883/carolathhabsburg-thanks-to-the-first-waltz-i

That s why i hate that page, beside the wrong tagged images, the faux post mortem images….

(via (26) Tammy Lovrich / Pinterest)

Yo!!, Pinterest it not the primary source

http://firsttimeuser.tumblr.com/post/2816179883/carolathhabsburg-thanks-to-the-first-waltz-i

That s why i hate that page, beside the wrong tagged images, the faux post mortem images….

Reblogged from: lost-in-centuries-long-gone via posted by: myviewfromsomewhere

1880s

I d say its earlier than that. Mids-late 1870s.

1880s

I d say its earlier than that. Mids-late 1870s.

Reblogged from: lost-in-centuries-long-gone via posted by: bygoneyears