Ana hija de isabel ii

Ana hija de isabel ii

Anne, princess royal

Princess Anne was born on August 15, 1950 at Clarence House, London. From the moment of her birth she received the title of Princess Anne of Edinburgh, thanks to the royal patent that her grandfather, George VI, issued in 1948 guaranteeing that title to the children of the Duke of Edinburgh.
Her mother, then Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh, now Queen Elizabeth II, is the eldest daughter of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, who after the death of her husband, became known as the Queen Mother.
The princess has always shown an enthusiastic interest in horses and her dedication to them has been an important part of her life. She competed in the 1976 Montreal Olympics on the British team. She was president of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) between 1986 and 1994, being succeeded in the position by Infanta Pilar de Borbón.
On April 23, 1992, the princess and Captain Mark Phillips divorced. On December 12, 1992, Anne married again, this time to Vice Admiral Sir Timothy James Laurence in the church of Crathie Kirk, in the town of Crathie, Scotland, since religious marriage of divorced people is allowed there. Since June 15, 2011, her second husband has been a knight commander of the Royal Victorian Order.[5] She is also a member of the Royal Victorian Order.

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Princess Anne was born on August 15, 1950 at Clarence House, London. From the moment of her birth she received the title Princess Anne of Edinburgh, thanks to the royal patent that her grandfather, George VI, issued in 1948 guaranteeing that title to the children of the Duke of Edinburgh.
Her mother, then Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh, now Queen Elizabeth II, is the eldest daughter of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, who after the death of her husband, became known as the Queen Mother.
The princess has always shown an enthusiastic interest in horses and her dedication to them has been an important part of her life. She competed in the 1976 Montreal Olympics on the British team. She was president of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) between 1986 and 1994, being succeeded in the position by Infanta Pilar de Borbón.
On April 23, 1992, the princess and Captain Mark Phillips divorced. On December 12, 1992, Anne married again, this time to Vice Admiral Sir Timothy James Laurence in the church of Crathie Kirk, in the town of Crathie, Scotland, since religious marriage of divorced people is allowed there. Since June 15, 2011, her second husband has been a knight commander of the Royal Victorian Order.[5] She is also a member of the Royal Victorian Order.

Mark phillipsanne, princess royal’s ex-husband

Princess Anne was born on August 15, 1950 at Clarence House, London. From the moment of her birth she received the title Princess Anne of Edinburgh, thanks to the royal patent that her grandfather, George VI, issued in 1948 guaranteeing that title to the children of the Duke of Edinburgh.
Her mother, then Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh, now Queen Elizabeth II, is the eldest daughter of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, who after the death of her husband, became known as the Queen Mother.
The princess has always shown an enthusiastic interest in horses and her dedication to them has been an important part of her life. She competed in the 1976 Montreal Olympics on the British team. She was president of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) between 1986 and 1994, being succeeded in the position by Infanta Pilar de Borbón.
On April 23, 1992, the princess and Captain Mark Phillips divorced. On December 12, 1992, Anne married again, this time to Vice Admiral Sir Timothy James Laurence in the church of Crathie Kirk, in the town of Crathie, Scotland, since religious marriage of divorced people is allowed there. Since June 15, 2011, her second husband has been a knight commander of the Royal Victorian Order.[5] She is also a member of the Royal Victorian Order.

El príncipe felipe, duque de edimburgo…

Ana, Princesa Real, KG, KT, GCVO, GCStJ, QSO, CD[1][2][3] (Ana Isabel Alicia Luisa; nacida el 15 de agosto de 1950) es la segunda hija y única hija de la Reina Isabel II y del Príncipe Felipe, Duque de Edimburgo. Es la 16ª en la línea de sucesión al trono británico[a] y es Princesa Real desde 1987[4].
Nacida en Clarence House, Ana se educó en la escuela de Benenden y comenzó a desempeñar funciones reales al llegar a la edad adulta. Se convirtió en una respetada amazona, ganando una medalla de oro en 1971 y dos de plata en 1975 en los Campeonatos Europeos de Equitación[5]. En 1976, se convirtió en el primer miembro de la familia real británica que compitió en los Juegos Olímpicos.
La Princesa Real desempeña funciones y compromisos oficiales en nombre de la Reina[6]. Tiene el patrocinio de más de 300 organizaciones, entre ellas WISE, Riders for Health y Carers Trust[6]. Su labor benéfica gira en torno al deporte, las ciencias, las personas con discapacidad y la salud en los países en desarrollo. Ha estado asociada a Save the Children durante más de cincuenta años y ha visitado varios de sus proyectos; su trabajo le valió la nominación al Premio Nobel de la Paz en 1990.

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