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Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in 1861

Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in 1861

Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, ca 1860. "Even in my dreams I never imagined that I should find so much love on earth. How that moment shines for me when I was close to you, but with your hand in mine!" ~Prince Albert, November 1839

Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, ca 1860. "Even in my dreams I never imagined that I should find so much love on earth. How that moment shines for me when I was close to you, but with your hand in mine!" ~Prince Albert, November 1839

Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg Gotha

Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg Gotha

This is one of the only pictures of Queen Victoria smiling. I think this was around the time of her Golden Jubilee. For special occasions, she would wear white shawls and other accent pieces with her black mourning.

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This is one of the only pictures of Queen Victoria smiling. I think this was around the time of her Golden Jubilee. For special occasions, she would wear white shawls and other accent pieces with her black mourning.

Prince Albert (1819-61) - Hand-colored daguerreotype taken of the Prince when he was 29. - 1848

Prince Albert (1819-61) - Hand-colored daguerreotype taken of the Prince when he was 29. - 1848

Victoria sank into depression after he died at age 42 of typhoid fever on December 14, 1861 at Windsor Castle.  Victoria went into self-imposed seclusion for more than 25 years, not emerging until the Golden Jubilee of 1887, the celebration of her fiftieth year on the throne. An entire generation was raised without ever having seen the face of their Queen. The Golden Jubilee brought her out of her shell and she again embraced public life. but for the rest of her life she wore black.

Victoria sank into depression after he died at age 42 of typhoid fever on December 14, 1861 at Windsor Castle. Victoria went into self-imposed seclusion for more than 25 years, not emerging until the Golden Jubilee of 1887, the celebration of her fiftieth year on the throne. An entire generation was raised without ever having seen the face of their Queen. The Golden Jubilee brought her out of her shell and she again embraced public life. but for the rest of her life she wore black.

International Portrait Gallery: Retrato de la Reina Victoria I de Gran-Bretaña -2-...

International Portrait Gallery: Retrato de la Reina Victoria I de Gran-Bretaña -2-...

HRH Victoria and her Royal Consort, Albert...

HRH Victoria and her Royal Consort, Albert...

1852; Queen Victoria (1819-1901) seated with Prince Alfred (1844-1900) ; Princess Alice (1843-1878; Princess Helena (1846-1923; Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (1841-1910), later King Edward VII; and Victoria, Princess Royal (1840-1901). The Queen is seated and is wearing a bonnet and Princess Helena has her head resting on the Queen's lap.

1852; Queen Victoria (1819-1901) seated with Prince Alfred (1844-1900) ; Princess Alice (1843-1878; Princess Helena (1846-1923; Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (1841-1910), later King Edward VII; and Victoria, Princess Royal (1840-1901). The Queen is seated and is wearing a bonnet and Princess Helena has her head resting on the Queen's lap.

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 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!

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