Royal Family Order of George V
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|Royal Family Order of King George V|
Queen Elizabeth II wearing the Royal Family Order of George V (on her left shoulder below that of George VI)
|Awarded by King George V (personally and privately)|
|Type||Royal Family Order|
|Awarded for||At the monarch's pleasure|
|Status||Not awarded since the death of George V|
Queen Elizabeth II is the only surviving recipient.
List of known recipientsEdit
- The Queen, the King's wife
- The Princess Royal, later Countess of Harewood, the King's daughter
- The Duchess of York, later The Queen and The Queen Mother, the King's daughter-in-law
- The Duchess of Gloucester, later Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester, the King's daughter-in-law
- The Duchess of Kent, later Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent, the King's daughter-in-law
- Princess Elizabeth of York, later Duchess of Edinburgh and Queen Elizabeth II, the King's granddaughter
- Princess Margaret of York, later Countess of Snowdon, the King's granddaughter
- The Countess of Athlone, the King's cousin
- Princess Arthur of Connaught (Alexandra, 2nd Duchess of Fife), the King's niece
- "Royal Family Orders". Official website of the British monarchy. Royal Household. Archived from the original on 7 March 2013. Retrieved 13 April 2016.
jewelled portraits of themselves suspended on different coloured ribbon for each monarch - that of George V was white, that of George VI was rose pink, and The Queen's is chartreuse yellow
- Photograph at National Portrait Gallery
- Photographs at Rebecca Starr Brown
- Photographs at Hello!
- Patterson, Stephen (1996). Royal Insignia: British and Foreign Orders of Chivalry from the Royal Collection. London: Merrell Holberton. p. 144. ISBN 9781858940250. Retrieved 24 January 2015.
- Photographs at Artemisia's Royal Jewels
- Photographs at Daily Mail
- Photographs at Pinterest
- Photoraph at Pinterest