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She became honorary president of the British Girl Guide Association in 1920, a position she held until her death.
It was reported in July 2013 that British Pathé had discovered newsreel film from 1927 in which the ancestors of Catherine Middleton are, as Lord Mayors of Leeds, playing host to Princess Mary at the Young Women's Christian Association in Hunslet, Leeds; both Sir Charles Lupton and his brother Hugh Lupton, were the uncles of Olive Middleton – the Duchess's great grandmother.
The couple's elder son assumed the courtesy title of Viscount Lascelles.
On 1 January 1932, George V declared that his only daughter should bear the title Princess Royal, succeeding her aunt Princess Louise, Duchess of Fife who had died a year before.
the elder son of the then Earl of Harewood, and Lady Florence Bridgeman, daughter of Orlando Bridgeman, 3rd Earl of Bradford of Weston Park. Their wedding was held at Westminster Abbey, and attracted large crowds along the route between Buckingham Palace and the Abbey.
The wedding was reported by Pathe News, including the appearance of the couple on the palace balcony.
On 6 October 1929, Lord Lascelles, who had been created a Knight of the Garter upon his marriage, succeeded his father as 6th Earl of Harewood, Viscount Lascelles, and Baron Harewood.Mary was the paternal aunt of the current British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II. World War I brought Mary out of seclusion as she launched a charity campaign to support British troops and sailors. Mary married Viscount Lascelles (later the Earl of Harewood) in 1922. Princess Mary was born at York Cottage on the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, during the reign of her great-grandmother Queen Victoria.Her parents were the then Duke and Duchess of York (later King George V and Queen Mary).She was patron of the Leeds Triennial Musical Festival for many years.By the 1940s, Princess Mary was attending the opening nights and many of the festival's performances, as was her son, George, and his wife, the Countess of Harewood, née Marion Stein, a former concert pianist.