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So, her choice to come to her grandson's sides rather than immediately turning to console the nation was rather an easy decision for any grandmother, Queen or not.
Survival amid seemingly unsurmountable odds has been a constant in the life of this son and grandson of four-star admirals.
Over the weekend, the only grandson of JFK sported John Jr.'s signature look while paddle-boarding around Manhattan for charity.
Join the Jamaican independence party from 3 p.m. to 1 a.m. with food trucks, a kids’ zone and musicians including Jo Mersa Marley, grandson of Bob Marley.
The cause was complications from dementia, said a grandson, Derek Scarzella.
That has given Diaz more one-on-one time with her 2-year-old special needs grandson, Kevin.
Born Dec. 13, 1924, in Munich but raised in Vienna, Unkovskoy was the maternal grandson of Prince Pavel Pavlovich Galitzine, a member of the State Council of the Royal Court of Czar Nicholas II, said his daughter Aleka Scott.
Mike Coppola Getty for Tony Awards Productions Janaro’s survivors include his daughter Laura Potter, grandson David Janaro and great-grandchildren Mica and Josiah.
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