Here is a guide to the also-borns from the last 250 years:
Read my two-part series about that romance.) When she was 25, she gave up the romance and set about a partying lifestyle in London where she met artistic photographer Anthony Armstrong-Jones. When she married him, her sister made him an Earl, but she couldn't make either of them happy or loyal to their marriage. In the 1970s, Princess Margaret ironically became the first British royal to divorce since King Henry VIII. She spent the last decades of her life in declining health before suffering a series of strokes and accidents. She died just weeks before her own mother in the Queen's 50th Jubilee year.
Read my post about this royal love triangle.) They soon decided to marry and formed one of the strongest royal marriages in history. Together, they led the nation through World War I and helped the family recover when anti-German sentiment forced them to change their name to Windsor.