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Victoria's children

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THE SAVVY SHOPPER: Queen Victoria's 9 Children Over The Years

My collage of miniature paintings of Queen Victoria's 9 children from eldest to youngest: Victoria (Vicky), Albert Edward (Bertie), Alice, Alfred (Affie), Helena (Lenchen), Louise (Loosy), Queen Victoria holding Arthur, Leopold (Leo) and Beatrice (Baby). The miniatures of the children were gifts Prince Albert started giving to Queen Victoria. Many of my readers know I am a history buff. At the moment I'm reading biographies on Queen Victoria's 9 children, one by one. As figures in history…

Princess Louise (1848-1939) in her wedding dress | Royal Collection Trust

Queen Victoria married Prince Albert in 1840; this is a middle aged Victoria and Albert who recreate their wedding day. Queen Victoria chose to marry in a white silk satin gown featuring Honiton l…

Reposting of Images of Queen Victoria's Daughter Princess Alice

Princess Alice is very important because of her daughter Alexandra who married Nicholas of Russia. She carried the gene for hemophelia that led to her falling under the sway of Rasputin. Even though she was very British, she was German and her daughters Alexandra and Elisabeth (Ella)…

Queen Victoria with members of her family

As Jenna Coleman and Tom Hughes enthral the nation with their epic love story it is clear Victoria and Albert's obsession with each other made them terrible parents

Princesses Helena (Helena Augusta Victoria) (1846-1923) UK & Louise (Louise Caroline Alberta) (1848-1949) UK at Balmoral, Scotland by Roger Fenton, 1856.

Princesses Helena and Louise, Balmoral, 1856, by Roger Fenton This photograph is included in a Royal Collection book and touring exhibition Roger Fenton • Julia Margaret Cameron: Early British Photographs from the Royal Collection at the Aberdeen Art Gallery, 12 June - 21 August 2010 and Blackwell, Bowness-on-Windermere, 31 January - 25 April 2011. The Royal Collection © 2010, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II