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Victoria and Albert
Wax figure of Sisi (empress Elisabeth of Austria) from Madame Tussauds Museum in Vienna
Elizabeth Kerr (1745-1780), de soltera Fortescue, marquesa de Lothian, por Angelica Kauffmann (subastado por Christie 's)
Portrait of The Prince of Wales, later King George IV (1762 – 1830) 1790. John Russell RA.
Laura Bell (1829–1894) was dubbed the 'Queen of London whoredom', Bell was a famous courtesan in the 19th century. She allegedly once earned the equivalent of £250,000 for a single night spent with Prince Jang Bahadur of Nepal. Later in life she underwent a dramatic religious conversion and became a revivalist preacher on morality.
George IV, Prince of Wales, later the Prince Regent and then King of The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Hanover; by Richard Cosway, c. 1780-1782. He was the eldest son of King George III of Great Britain.