Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon
younger daughter of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother
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- Silly ass. The land would be much more valuable today.
- On being told that George III had given the Crown lands to Parliament in 1761 in return for a fixed allowance. As quoted in Andrew Duncan, The Reality of Monarchy, p. 181
- It was while Princess Margaret was attending a high-society party in New York that the hostess asked her politely how the Queen was keeping. "Which one?" she is reported to have replied with her typically razor-sharp wit. "My sister, my mother or my husband?"
- From Snowdon: The Biography