HAREWOOD House is to celebrate the life of ‘The Yorkshire Princess’ in a new exhibition of photographs.
Princess Mary married Henry, 6th Earl of Harewood in 1922 before moving into Harewood House in 1929
It was to be The Princess Royal’s home for four decades and her love of Yorkshire brought her the name The Yorkshire Princess. In this special year for the royal family, Harewood House is holding a special exhibition remembering her, an exhibition that runs through the stately home and out into the gardens which she loved so much.
It is also commemorating Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee with an exhibition of intimate family photographs of The Queen, from childhood to motherhood.
The exhibition, which runs from March 31 to June 17, includes family photographs, portraits, period footage and precious personal items will allow you to see Harewood as the family home it has always been, especially for the Princess who preferred country life to that of the city.