Johnnie and Georgie





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Published on May 19, 2009

A tribute to "the lost prince" John and his brother George, the duke of Kent. Comments are welcome! :)

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Happy 95th birthday, little Prince Johnnie.  I don't who if anyone else remembers you today, but I know I do.  Your story touched my heart.  As a parent, I can't imagine how hard his death was for his family.  I think people just assume grief is easier on a family that is so strong of character but the grief of a mother for her child doesn't discriminate due to family status.   Never forgotten.
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Sean L. Tobin
My question has always been ..... Why has the Huse of Windsor left the little fellow in a Church Graveyard when they just as easily could have had him reburied with the rest of his family at Frogmore. Was it because he was tainted and no-one wanted anything to do with him, even in death. Yet the family brought the Traitor King Home and his American born Wife and put them in Frogmore. So, why not little Johnny.
Sally Ann Loveday
The picture of Prince Johnnie at 1.14 to 1.18, is stunning, the beautiful smile says it all... 
If you are talking about Rosemary she was not hidden from view until after her lobotomy. The reason was due to the medical complications that were the result of the surgery. Before her operation Rosemary went everywhere the other kids went and did whatever the other kids did to the best of her ability. She even met King George and Queen Elizabeth when her father was ambassador to Great Britain.
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Dark Cloud
At 2:50 "They got three children". They GOT three children? They HAD three children.
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olga romanov
The relationships that ran through this human story prove that family life is not an easy road, especially a Royal Family at such a period in history. I am sure mistakes were many but I do not think they would have been malicious, I also would like to think Johnnie had as near a normal life as was possible. I am pleased that he was buried in St Mary's as it gives a chance for people who know the story, to pay him a visit and say hello.
Cheryl Adams
One of my favorite photos is Price George holding Prince John.
Lisa Keller
isn't it had?
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galyna korol
у них все также как  удругих людей только они небожители..
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