Maud and her three surviving older siblings, in a picture I've never seen before. Honestly, my first thought was 'she's dressed differently than both her older sisters...Alexandra must be dead.' Followed about a minute or so later by 'wait, look at their clothes...no, she's not'.
So, safely establishing this post-1896 and pre-1925 9_9, I notice the link says 'circa 1913', but even that... seems far too late? (They all look pretty young, and if Maud and George both had thrones at that point, would they really let Toria have the chair? Maybe.) Anyone have a slightly narrower window or better guess for when this happened?
It feels very rare to see Maud with both Louise and Toria and all three dressed this dissimilarly, but it instantly lends some contrast to their personalities.