Imperial Concubine Zhen
Consort Zhen (Chinese: 珍妃; pinyin: zhēn fēi) posthumously known as Imperial Noble Consort Keshun (Chinese: 恪顺皇贵妃), popularly, but incorrectly, known as the "Pearl Concubine", was a concubine of the Guangxu Emperor (1871–1908) of the Qing Dynasty in China.
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