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{{Infobox_character|name = Henry Lascelles|title = Viscount Lascelles|image = Placeholder person.png|gender = Male|born = 9 September 1882|died = 24 May 1947|marital = Married|imfamily = [[Princess Mary]] (wife)<br>George Lascelles (son)<br>Gerald Lascelles (son)|extfamily = [[King George V]] (father-in-law)<br>[[Mary of Teck]] (mother-in-law)<br>[[Prince of Wales]] (brother-in-law)<br>[[Duke of York]] (brother-in-law)|portrayedby = [[Andrew Havill]]|showbts = 1}}'''Henry Lascelles, Viscount Lascelles''', is the son and heir of the Earl of Harewood, and the husband of [[Princess Mary]], making him the son-in-law of [[King George V]] and [[Mary of Teck|Queen Mary]].
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{{Infobox_character|name = Henry Lascelles|title = Viscount Lascelles|image = Lascelles.jpg|gender = Male|born = 9 September 1882|died = 24 May 1947|marital = Married|imfamily = [[Princess Mary]] (wife)<br>George Lascelles (son)<br>Gerald Lascelles (son)|extfamily = [[King George V]] (father-in-law)<br>[[Mary of Teck]] (mother-in-law)<br>[[Prince of Wales]] (brother-in-law)<br>[[Duke of York]] (brother-in-law)|portrayedby = [[Andrew Havill]]|showbts = 1}}'''Henry Lascelles, Viscount Lascelles''', is the son and heir of the Earl of Harewood, and the husband of [[Princess Mary]], making him the son-in-law of [[King George V]] and [[Mary of Teck|Queen Mary]].
   
 
At [[Harewood House]] in 1927, Henry walks in on his wife hosting [[Cora Crawley]], [[Mary Talbot]], and [[Edith Pelham]]. His and Princess Mary's two sons are present, and he orders the nanny to take them away and not bring them down again later, to his wife's dismay.
 
At [[Harewood House]] in 1927, Henry walks in on his wife hosting [[Cora Crawley]], [[Mary Talbot]], and [[Edith Pelham]]. His and Princess Mary's two sons are present, and he orders the nanny to take them away and not bring them down again later, to his wife's dismay.
   
He is absent from the royal parade, but attends the royal ball. He dances with his mother-in-law first. As he dances with his wife, she tells him that they have things in common and will have to change--she has decided to stay with him and try to make their marriage work.
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He is absent from the royal parade, but attends the royal ball. He dances with his mother-in-law first. As he dances with his wife, she tells him that they have things in common and will have to change. She had previously decided to stay with him and try to make their marriage work.
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
#{{wplink|icon=|Henry Lascelles, 6th Earl of Harewood}} at {{wplink|main=}}
 
#{{wplink|icon=|Henry Lascelles, 6th Earl of Harewood}} at {{wplink|main=}}

Latest revision as of 09:37, April 25, 2020

Henry Lascelles, Viscount Lascelles, is the son and heir of the Earl of Harewood, and the husband of Princess Mary, making him the son-in-law of King George V and Queen Mary.

At Harewood House in 1927, Henry walks in on his wife hosting Cora Crawley, Mary Talbot, and Edith Pelham. His and Princess Mary's two sons are present, and he orders the nanny to take them away and not bring them down again later, to his wife's dismay.

He is absent from the royal parade, but attends the royal ball. He dances with his mother-in-law first. As he dances with his wife, she tells him that they have things in common and will have to change. She had previously decided to stay with him and try to make their marriage work.

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  1. Wp icon 16x16 Henry Lascelles, 6th Earl of Harewood at Wikipedia

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