In the late 1940s, a young British woman was working in a hotel in Tokyo, where she met a Japanese photographer who was trying to sell a photo series of the world’s greatest princesses.
After being invited to take the photos, the photographer agreed to become a “frequent” customer of Princess Margaret’s, which became the most famous hotel in Japan.
But the photos that Princess Margaret took of the princesses of Britain and America in the 1930s were not all she could have hoped for.
In one of the most iconic photos, Princess Margaret and her husband George W. Bush were both wearing wedding dresses.
The photographer was George W Bush, the eldest son of George HW Bush, a US president.
George Bush was born in 1936, the same year Princess Margaret married George W and they were married on August 6, 1945.
But as Princess Margaret became a famous model and actress, George W was forced to give up his modelling career.
By the early 1950s, Princess George had been given a new identity: the first Princess George.
A couple of years later, George Jr. married Princess Margaret, who became his wife in 1952.
Princess Margaret was one of several famous British women who married American presidents.
In 1957, Princess Elizabeth married the first US president, Dwight Eisenhower.
In 1969, Princess Anne married US President Gerald Ford.
During her lifetime, Princess Philip also married four presidents: George H W Bush (1960-1981), George W, George IV and Ronald Reagan (1981-1989).
Princes George and George W became US presidents in 1989, George H Bush in 1991, George V in 1991 and Ronald Bush in 1996.