In 1898, the youngest daughter of the Earl of Coventry married the heir to the Punjab, Prince Victor Duleep Singh. From thereon she became the focal point of high society and featured in almost ever fashionable editorial of the time.
Here are some of the features and publications she appeared in...
Princess Victor with her Indian Jewles, c.1900
Princess Anne Victor Duleep Singh featured in English Court Beauties, 1899
Princess Victor Duleep SIngh, sketched by Olive Snell, c.1898
The Princess featured in The Country Life, August 1898
Princess Victor featured in 'The Fair Sportswomen' of The Harmsworth magazine, 1898
Prince and Princess Victor, 1898
Caricture of Prince Victor Duleep Singh, c.1920
Prince and Princess Victor, c.1913
These are the rarest photographs of the family members of MAHARAJA DULIP SINGH. I realy want to thank you for this real & valuable information givin to me & other people who love MAHARAJA RANJIT SINGH & HIS FAMILY MEN. THANK YOU VERY MUCH
is some one still alive from the family of dulip singh ji
apparently out of the 8 children of Maharaja Duleep Singh, none of them had or have any children, which is astounding, however there is an illegitimate prodigy claim that price frederick had a child with his servant who gave birth to a son, and a great grandson apparently is about in halifax-UK name of Bob Goddard, no verification only rumours, but bizare how no family exist, and just died out!!!!
Any info of a cottage built for Prince Frederick in Walcott, Norfolk, known as Princes Cottage..I have photos of it went into the sea 1928