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Os Romanov e da Casa de Windsor vida útil da Rainha Victoria: tempo de vida de 1819-1901 Prince Albert: 1840-1861 Filhos: Edward VII | Victoria, princesa real, a princesa Alice do Reino Unido | Princesa Beatriz de Reino Unido | Alfred, Duque de Saxe-Coburg Gotha & | Princesa Helena | Princesa Louise, Duquesa de Argyll | Príncipe Arthur, duque de Connaught | Leopoldo, Duque de Albany

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Queen Victoria's Family Tree - Since she had nine children, many of her descendents are now scattered throughout the royal and noble houses of Europe.

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[Great Britain] The Royal House of Hanover was the first dynasty in Great Britain. Search the family tree and read detailed descriptions of it's royal family members

[Great Britain] The Royal House of Hanover was the first dynasty in Great Britain. Search the family tree and read detailed descriptions of it's royal family members

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House of Hanover Family Tree Royal Descendants | Alfred to Elizabeth II | Wessex | Normans | Plantagenet | Tudor | Scottish | Stuart | Hanover | Windsor << Previous TreeMouse over images and click for informationNextTree >>

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From 1953 to today: Every year of the Queen's reign celebrated in pictures

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip's family tree from Queen Victoria. HUGE mistake made in Philip's line...the photo of Princess Victoria is that of Princess Alice's (above) sister who became Empress of Germany. Princess Alice became Princess of Hesse and by Rhine; her daughter was Victoria of Hesse.

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Portfólio da Semana - Daniel Roda

Queen Elizabeth and her husband, Phillip, are cousins. Queen Victoria is the Great Great Grandmother of both of them. British Royal Family Tree

*QUEEN VICTORIA ~ spent 63 years on the throne. MEANING: Victoris of Latin origin and means victory.WHY WE LIKE IT: She continues to be the family's longest reigning monarch and the longest reigning female in power. As a child, she was known as a "patient rebel" — always aiming to be "good" but also very strong-minded, according to Professor Lynne Vallone. Advertisement