Queen Victoria & Prince Albert

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1889 copy of a photograph taken on July Queen Victoria holds a photograph of Prince Albert on her lap.

Bryan Edward Duppa (1804-66) - The Queen; Queen Victoria (1819-1901)

Photograph of a three-quarter length portrait of Queen Victoria (1819-1901) seated, facing three-quarters to the right, her face captured in right side profile. She rests a photographic portrait of Prince Albert (1819-61) on her lap. There are flowers positioned beside her. Photograph taken at Buckingham Palace.

Queen Victoria and Prince Albert

Uneasy lies the Head that Wears a Crown

Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.

Queen Victoria She liked the mourning look so much that she kept it her whole life, even after her official mourning period of 2 years was over. Queen Victoria Family, Queen Victoria Prince Albert, Victoria And Albert, Princess Victoria, Reine Victoria, Victoria Reign, King George, King Henry, Henry Viii

Queen Victoria 1867. She liked the mourning look so much that she kept it her whole life, even her official mourning period (2 years) was over.

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“ Jenna Coleman as Victoria (Photo by ITV/REX/Shutterstock) (source) ”

Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, consort to Queen Victoria

Roger Fenton (1819-69) - The Prince; Prince Albert (1819-61)

Photograph of a full length portrait of Prince Albert (1819-61) standing, facing the camera front on. He poses with his arms crossed in front of his body. He holds a light colour top hat under his left arm. Photograph taken at Windsor Castle.

Queen Victoria and her daughter Vicky, Queen of Prussia. They are wearing mourning clothes. Victorians spend much of their time in mourning for assorted relatives. Queen Victoria Children, Queen Victoria Family, Queen Victoria Prince Albert, Victoria And Albert, Princesa Victoria, Reine Victoria, Victoria Reign, Wilhelm Ii, Queen Victoria

the first waltz: a historical photoblog

Queen Victoria and her daughter, Victoria, Princess Royal, Empress of Germany.

His Royal Highness Albert, The Prince Consort né His Serene Highness Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha

Mason & Co : London - Prince Albert (1819-61)

Photograph of a three-quarter length portrait of Prince Albert, seated, facing halfway to the right. He looks towards the camera. He rests his right hand on his knee and places his left hand on a table positioned beside him.

Photograph of a full length portrait of Queen Victoria seated on a bench. Princess Beatrice stands on the bench beside her mother. Queen Victoria touches Princess Beatrices cheek and looks at her daughter.

Frances Sally Day (c. 1816-92) - Queen Victoria (1819-1901) and Princess Beatrice (1857-1944) at Osborne

Photograph of a full length portrait of Queen Victoria (1819-1901) seated on a bench. Princess Beatrice (1857-1944) stands on the bench beside her mother. Queen Victoria touches Princess Beatrices cheek and looks at her daughter. Photograph taken at Osborne.

Royalty: The Russian "Romanov" Family and Britain's "Windsor" Family : The Family Trees are related .The mothers of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and King George V of England,were sisters,both Danish,and they were cousins. European History, British History, World History, Anastasia Romanov, La Familia Romanov, Czar Nicolau Ii, Tsar Nicolas, Royal Family Trees, Alexandra Feodorovna

Romanov and Windsor royal family trees

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Queen Victoria’s Wedding Shoes Queen Victoria wore these beautiful satin, slip-on shoes on the day of her wedding in They were made by Gundry & Sons, London. She had nine-inch feet and the shoes are approximately a size 3 or

Queen Victorias Wedding Shoes (detail) - The Dreamstress

Queen Victorias Wedding Shoes (detail)

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN. From Queen Victoria to the present. I respect the grand history of the British Royal Family and strive to remain as impartial as possible. *And I also do not own a thing*

Queen Victoria 1896