The Battenberg coat-of-arms is on the left, while that on the right is the arms of Earl Mountbatten of Burma, in which is shown his descent from Queen Victoria through his grandmother Princess Alice, the Queen’s third child.
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Prince Alexander of Hesse and by Rhine with his wife Julie Hauke, Princess of Battenberg, formerly a lady-in-waiting to his sister the future Empress-Consort of Russia. Not being of royal blood Julie was not allowed to become a Princess of Hesse and was given Battenberg as a courtesy title.
Lady Louise Mountbatten (originally a Princess of Battenberg), a daughter of their son Prince Louis of Battenberg and Queen Victoria’s granddaughter Princess Victoria of Hesse. Louise was a sister of Earl Mountbatten of Burma. Became Queen of Sweden
Louise’s sister Princess Alice of Battenberg, mother of Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh.
The Duke of Edinburgh with his wife Queen Elizabeth II.
Earl Mountbatten of Burma, grandson of Prince Alexander of Hesse and by Rhine and Julie Hauke. Brother of Louise and Alice of Battenberg.
His father Prince Louis of Battenberg, after 1917 First Marquess of Milford Haven, with his wife Princess Victoria of Hesse.
Julie Hauke as a young woman.