: rules were streached, but given her royal
: rooths and the fact that another
: Mountbatten (by choice) was good enough for
: the future British Queen, she was accepted.
I seem to recall that the state handbook (or something like that) for the Grand Duchy of Hesse included Battenberg within their genealogy rather than treating it as a separate house and, also, one cannot ignore the fact that Lady/Princess Louise was a British dynast.
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