A seemingly minor central-European aristocrat, Countess von Kis-Rhéde was Queen Mary's grandmother via her son Francis who married Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge. Her Wikipedia article is here.
Upgrade image posted 31 July 2013 from bbc.co.; cracked paint and spot flaws throughout image fixed with Photoshop by gogm.
The Countess wears a dress with a criss-cross bodice, very wide shoulders, imbecile sleeves, and natural waistline and belt.
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