Author photo. From "The Navy and Army Illustrated", Feb. 16, 1901<br>Courtesy of the <a href="http://digitalgallery.nypl.org/nypldigital/id?498015">NYPL Digital Gallery</a><br>(image use requires permission from the New York Public Library)

From "The Navy and Army Illustrated", Feb. 16, 1901
Courtesy of the NYPL Digital Gallery
(image use requires permission from the New York Public Library)

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Alexandra of Greece, Queen Consort of Yugoslavia, was born in Athens, a posthumous daughter of King Alexander of Greece and his morganatic wife Aspasia Manos. Because of the irregularity in her parents' marriage, she was considered ineligible to inherit the throne of Greece. She was educated at Heathfield School in Ascot, England, and a finishing school in Paris. In 1944, she married Peter II, King of Yugoslavia, a distant cousin, with whom she had a son. Their marriage fell apart after World War II, and she left her husband, taking their son with her, and went to live in East Sussex. In 1956, she published an autobiography, and later wrote a biography of her father's cousin, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, which appeared in 1961.
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