Louisa McDonnell, Countess of Antrim

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The Countess of Antrim on the occasion of the coronation of King George V in 1911.

Louisa Jane McDonnell, VA (née Grey; 15 February 1855, St. James's Palace – 2 April 1949), was the daughter of Hon. Charles Grey (a son of the 2nd Earl Grey and Private Secretary to Prince Albert) and his wife, Caroline Eliza née Farquhar. On 1 June 1875, Louisa married the 6th Earl of Antrim (thus becoming the Countess of Antrim) in the Chapel Royal at St. James's and they later had three children:

In 1890, the Countess became a Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Victoria until the latter's death in 1901. She was reappointed as such under Queen Alexandra in 1901[1] and until Edward VII's death in 1910. The Countess of Antrim died in 1949, aged 94.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "No. 27292". The London Gazette. 8 March 1901. p. 1648.