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The real story of Queen Victoria's 'domestic bliss'

1855 Dress worn by Queen Victoria during her visit to Paris. Flowers!!

Dress worn by Queen Victoria on her state visit to Napoleon III and Empress Eugènie in Paris, 1855

Four Generations of British Sovereigns.  Queen Victoria, King Edward VII, King George V, King Edward VIII

it Four Generations of British Sovereigns. Queen Victoria, King Edward VII, King George V, King Edward VIII

Queen Victoria and prince Albert at the wedding of their eldest daughter, Pss Victoria.  QV looks blurry cause she was very nervous about her beloved daughter getting married!

Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and Princess Victoria, Princess Royal on the day of the princess’s wedding to Prince Frederick of Prussia (future Frederick III, German Emperor).

Snuff box presented as a gift by Queen Victoria in 1837 - Upon her accession to the throne, Queen Victoria made many gifts to those who had served her mother and herself while they lived in Kensington Palace. An inscription on this magnificent snuffbox of gold, diamonds and enamel records that it was given to Colonel Harcourt in 1837, “in recognition of services rendered to Queen Victoria while she resided at Kensington Palace.”

♔ Bottles & Boxes ♔ perfume, snuff & decorative containers - Gold and Diamond Snuffbox given by Queen Victoria to Colonel Harcourt in 1837

European Blood Ties to Elizabeth II

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.

John Mayall. Queen Victoria and her daughter ‘baby’ Beatrice, 1861  [::SemAp FB || SemAp::]                                                                                                                                                                                 More

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Queen Victoria (Alexandrina Victoria) (1819-1901) UK & husband Prince Albert (1819-1861) Germany. Hand-tinted image by unknown artist.

Queen Victoria (Alexandrina Victoria) UK and husband Prince Albert Germany. Hand-tinted image by unknown artist.

Queen Victoria's Sapphire and Diamond Crown - Now is a part of the collection of the Lascelles family.  It was one of four tiaras that Prince Albert had created for Queen Victoria.  In 1922 George V gave the coronet to Princess Mary as a wedding gift.   The tiara has been seen being worn by members of the Earl of Harewood.

The 10 Most Incredible Sapphire Tiaras of All Time

Queen Victoria’s Sapphire and Diamond Crown – Now is a part of the collection of the Lascelles family. It was one of four tiaras that Prince Albert had created for Queen Victoria. In 1922 George V gave the coronet to Princess Mary as a wedding gift.

Queen Victoria by Xavier Winterhalter

"The portrait, comissioned in 1843, shows the Queen with her long brown hair loose around her shoulders, gazing into the distance.

She was just 24 when painted by the German artist Franz Xaver Winterhalter and his work was described as her husband Albert's 'favourite picture'. "

Queen Victoria: 'the secret picture'

1843 Queen Victoria by Franz Xaver Winterhalter (Royal Collection) Prince Albert had this Winterhalter portrait of his wife, for his eyes only, hung in his bedroom. Elizabeth Longford called this portrait "Weibchein in a submissive mood".

Photograph while holding a portrait of Prince Albert.

Bryan Edward Duppa and Gustav William Henry Mullins—Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2013 Portrait of Queen Victoria holding portrait of Prince Albert, July 1854

Two days after the funeral, on 4th February 1901, Queen Victoria was taken to Frogmore Mausoleum to rest beside her husband Prince Albert. In this picture the cortège is on its way from The Albert Memorial Chapel through the Upper Ward of Windsor Castle, drawn by the Royal Horse Artillery.

In this picture Queen Victoria's cortège is on its way from The Albert Memorial Chapel through the Upper Ward of Windsor Castle, drawn by the Royal Horse Artillery.

Queen Victoria 1837 (v1) , shown here in her coronation robes, was unsophisticated and unprepared to rule, but presided with dignity. Her marriage to Albert led to his indirect participation in most major decisions of state. Restorers' Comment: There was a massive reconstruction of the robes, including re-cutting and reworking with new lace trim.

About Queen Victoria 1837 Queen of the United Kingdom, from Early Works, a full length portrait by artist and historian George Stuart.