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|Royal Family Order of King Edward VII|
|Awarded by King Edward VII (personally and privately)|
|Type||Royal Family Order|
|Awarded for||At the monarch's pleasure|
|Status||Defunct; not awarded since the death of Edward VII|
The Royal Family Order of King Edward VII was an honour bestowed as a mark of personal esteem on female members of the British Royal Family by King Edward VII. The order is a personal memento rather than a state decoration.
The ribbon of Edward VII's Royal Family Order was (working outwards in) a red stripe, almost half the size of the centre stripe, a thin gold stripe, about one-fifth of the red stripe, and a blue stripe, almost double the red stripe.
The red gold pattern is mirrored on both sides.
- The Queen, the King's wife
- Princess Charles of Denmark, later The Queen of Norway, the King's daughter
- The Princess of Wales, the King's daughter-in-law
- The Princess Royal and Duchess of Fife, the King's daughter
- The Princess Victoria, the King's daughter
- Princess Mary of Wales, later Mary, Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood, the King's granddaughter
- Princess Christian of Schleswig-Holstein, The Princess Helena the King's sister
- The Duchess of Argyll, The Princess Louise the King's sister
- Princess Henry of Battenberg, The Princess Beatrice, the King's sister
- The Duchess of Albany, the King's sister-in-law
- Princess Alexander of Teck, Princess Alice of Albany, later The Countess of Athlone, the King's niece
- Princess Alexandra of Fife, later Princess Arthur of Connaught, 2nd Duchess of Fife, the King's granddaughter
- Princess Maud of Fife, later The Countess of Southesk, the King's granddaughter
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