Victoria's children (first): Princess Victoria (Vicky), Princess Royal. She became the Crown Princess of Prussia, then Empress of Germany due to her marriage to Friedrich Wilhelm (Fritz) of Hohenzollern (Emp.Frederick III). She was therefore the Princess Royal of the UK as well as being known as Empress Frederick of Prussia. She was the mother of Kaiser Wilhelm II. She died only a few months after her mother, Victoria, of cancer, in 1902.
Princess Victoria Adelaide Mary-- the first child of Victoria and Albert - the Princess Royal. She married the the Crown Prince Frederick Wilhelm of Prussia and became Empress of Germany. She died in 1901 at the age of 61.
FAMOUS FAMILIES: A bit of royal Battenberg-Mountbatten-Hicks family history
Queen Victoria and her consort, Prince Albert, together with some of their children. On the far right, watching over her baby sister, is Princess Victoria (Vicky), Princess Royal, who would eventually become Empress Frederick of Germany.
“Empress Frederick as the crown princess of Prussia (princess royal of England).” From an 1861 photo. Weird, confusing caption for those not up to date on their Prussian-German history (like me). Victoria Adelaide Mary Louisa (1840-1901) was Queen Victoria’s oldest child and held the title Princess Royal of England. She became the Crown Princess of Prussia in 1861 after her husband (Prince Frederick William of Prussia) became the Crown Prince. In 1888, Frederick became Emperor
Engagement of Victoria, Princess Royal to Prince Friedrich Wilhelm of Prussia in 1855. Princess Vicky is on the right, next to her father. Vicky was only 17 when she got married to Fritz. In this photo are also her brothers Alfred and Albert, and Alice.