The parents of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, the fourteenth earl and countess of Strathmore, are depicted in a double portrait that usually hangs in the drawing room at Glamis Castle near Dundee.
The countess of Lincoln, twice widowed, once by Thomas, earl of Lancaster, and once by Ebulo Lestraunge, and therefore with two dowers, as well as being the Lacy heiress in her own right, was a very worthwhile prospect for anyone on the rise.
He died in comparative poverty, but was buried in Westminster Abbey, where Lady Anne Clifford, countess of Dorset, paid for his handsome monument.
The wives of a king, prince, duke, marquess, earl, viscount and baron are queen, princess, duchess, marchioness, countess , viscountess and baroness respectively.
He marries a wealthy, foolish widow, the countess of Lyndon, and takes her name.
None of the dogs belonging to either the duke and duchess or the earl and countess ever barked.
The earl and countess arrived in Devizes from two earlier engagements in Wiltshire, a visit to the Wessex MS Therapy Centre in Warminster and another engagement in Westbury.
The burglary at Little Durnford Manor, where the earl and countess have lived since 1966, took place in June 2002.
Enslaved by this ‘tiny universe of rules and whispers,’ she steadfastly refuses to become Derby's mistress, gambling that he will marry her and make her a countess at his wife's death.
Mahmood met the countess , married to Prince Edward, at her public relations firm in April.