Princess Yugoslavia
Yugoslav princess, Serbian princess, Serbian presidential candidate
Princess Yugoslavia
Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia is a Serbian and Yugoslav princess, a member of the House of Karageorgevich, a human rights activist and a former presidential candidate for Serbia. She is also known as Jelisaveta Karadjordjevic.
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2013
    Age 76
    In 2013, it was announced that the villa "Crnogorka", in Uzicka Street, Dedinje, was to be returned to Princess Elizabeth.
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  • 2008
    Age 71
    HRH Princess Elizabeth was granted heraldic arms in June 2008.
    More Details Hide Details Her motto translates into English as Service Is Love In Action.
  • 2004
    Age 67
    She decided to run for President of Serbia in the 2004 Serbian presidential election, despite her cousin Alexander's objections, stating that the Royal Family should stay out of politics.
    More Details Hide Details After the end of World War II, the Royal Family was banished from the country, and their goods confiscated. "In case of victory," she stated, "my priority would not be to return to a monarchy, but to form a real State." She got 63,991 votes or 2.1%, finishing in 6th place out of fifteen candidates.
  • 2002
    Age 65
    In 2002, Princess Elizabeth received the first Nuclear Disarmament Forum Award, the Demiurgus Peace International, (accompanying president Vladimir Putin, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Ted Turner and others) for outstanding achievements in the field of strengthening peace among nations in Zug, Switzerland.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 1991
    Age 54
    Before the breakup of Yugoslavia began in 1991, she invited the Orthodox Bishop Sava and the Mufti of Belgrade, along with the Yugoslav Minister for Religious Affairs to attend a conference in Moscow that was hosted by Mikhail Gorbachev.
    More Details Hide Details This was the second international gathering of political and religious leaders committed to world reform that included Mother Teresa, the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Dalai Lama, Al Gore and Carl Sagan.
  • 1990
    Age 53
    At the end of 1990, she created the Princess Elizabeth Foundation, a non-political, not-for-profit organization after foreseeing the crucial importance of a vehicle to address the tension brewing just below the surface.
    More Details Hide Details Since the subsequent civil wars, her efforts have focused heavily on transporting medical supplies, food, clothing and blankets to refugee camps, in addition to finding homes for children victimized by war and placing older students in schools and colleges in America.
  • 1989
    Age 52
    Working behind the scenes through United Nations programs, she also journeyed to the Vatican in 1989 to ask Monsignor Tauran, then Holy See Secretary for Relations with States, to help improve relations between Catholic and Orthodox communities in Yugoslavia.
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  • 1987
    Age 50
    Princess Elizabeth married a third time, to former Prime Minister of Peru Manuel Ulloa Elías (1922–1992) on 28 February 1987. They separated in 1989, although the marriage was never officially dissolved.
    More Details Hide Details In 1992 Ulloa Elías died, which made the princess officially a widow. After the death of King Alexander I, and during the Regency administration (of Regent Prince Paul, Radenko Stanković and Ivo Perović) that followed, the City of Belgrade District Court issued Decree No. .428/34 on 27 October 1938. The decree, which became official law on 4 March 1939, pronounced King Alexander I’s underage sons King Peter II, Prince Tomislav and Prince Andrew, in equal parts, heirs to his entire estate. This included all real estate at Dedinje: the Royal Palace (Old Palace) in Belgrade, its surrounding land and forest, and the White Palace, with its appertaining houses.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1969
    Age 32
    Princess Elizabeth's second marriage was to Neil Balfour (born 1944) on 23 September 1969 and were divorced in November 1978.
    More Details Hide Details They have one son and four granddaughters:
  • TWENTIES
  • 1961
    Age 24
    Princess Elizabeth married Howard Oxenberg on 21 January 1961 and were divorced in 1966.
    More Details Hide Details They have two daughters and three granddaughters:
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1947
    Age 10
    On 2 August 1947, Edvard Kardelj, then vice president of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, issued a decree that confiscated all these properties from the royal Karadjordjević family. This followed an earlier decree in March 1947, stripping the family of their citizenship. His decree, the ‘National Assembly of the Presidency of the People’s Federal Republic of Yugoslavia,’ was abolished in 2001 after the deposing of Slobodan Milošević.
    More Details Hide Details The new government of Yugoslavia restored to all members of the royal family both their citizenship and the use of the entire royal complex in Dedinje.
  • 1936
    Born
    Born on April 7, 1936.
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