King George V was a grandson of Queen Victoria and reigned from 1910 till 1936, when he died. The Catholic Illustration published an article about him in its May, 1935 issue, since UK was celebrating 25 years of his reign. Of course, there were pictures:
Here are George and Mary in their daily clothes, travelling through England in 1925.
King George loved the sea and in 1903 he became a vice-admiral. The picture above is out of the time of WWI and is taken on board the submarine. The king was then 52 years old but still quite agile, as you can see.
Here he is steering his own yacht.
Travelling through rural England
and, not for the faint of heart, hunting in India:
He died relatively young, at about 71, but I keep thinking it was probably better for him that he didn't witness the WWII and the slow destruction of everything what was still left of the Victorian England afterwards.