Elisabeth Basford has a new biography of her coming out in January 2021. In this article I explore what's been written about her and what we know so far, with some citations from Basford's article in the latest Majesty Magazine.https://burbankstory.word.../2020/10/01/princessmary/
“An active, unobtrusive, and personal life.” The Times. UK. 28 or 29 March 1965. Obituary of Princess Mary the Princess Royal cited in Van der Kiste, John and Marriott, Emma.
Basford, Elisabeth. “A Quiet Devotion to Duty.” Majesty magazine. Volume 41. Number 8. August 2020.
Collins, Alice S. “Princess Mary’s Wedding Bells: England’s Absorbing Interest in Preparations for her Romantic Marriage with Viscount Lascelles–Presents from People.” The New York Times. 5 February 1922. Web.
Glasper, Edward. “Celebrating a Century of State Regulation of Children’s and Young People’s Nurses in the UK (1919–2019).” Comprehensive Child and Adolescent Nursing 2 Jan. 2020: 1–9. URL: https://www.tandfonline.c...080/24694193.2019.1707594
Marriott, Emma, and Fellowes, Julian. Downton Abbey: The Official Film Companion
. United States, St. Martin’s Publishing Group, 2019.
Miller, Julie. “Downton Abbey Movie: Was Princess Mary’s Marriage Really Unhappy?” Vanity Fair magazine. 21 September 2019. URL: https://web.archive.org/w...abbey-movie-princess-mary
Van der Kiste, John. George V’s Children
. The History Press, 2011. Kindle edition.
Vickers, Hugo. “Factchecking Downton Abbey: What the film got wrong about the Royals.” The Telegraph. UK. 17 September 2019. URL: http://archive.today/5DEAg