"Matrimonial prospects for the future Queen of England [which had been] for some months one of the most discussed subjects throughout the United Kingdom. The girl herself will have only a small voice in the subject; final decision in her selection of a husband will be made by the king, Queen, the Prime Minister and the Archbishop of Canterbury. A Royal Marriage Act of 1772 gives Parliament overriding power in royal marriages."
"Chief of those mentioned is Charles Manners, 10th Duke of Rutland, Hugh Dennis Charles Fitzroy, Lord Euston, eldest son of the Duke of Grafton. The third candidate for the position was Walter Francis John Montagu-Douglas-Scott, Lord Dalkeith, heir to the Duke of Grafton."
This brief article was written by Enid A. Haupt (1906 – 2005), who is remembered as one of the earliest publishers of SEVENTEEN MAGAZINE and one of America's most generous philanthropists.