Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in 1861

'Carte de visite' (visiting card) photograph of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, John J. Mayall Carte de visite (visiting card) John Jabez Edwin Mayall Guy Little Theatrical Photographs 1861 London Bequeathed by Guy Little Museum no.

Queen Alexandra in Coronation robes wearing the Adelaide Fringe Necklace as a girdle - it's more normally worn as a necklace and as a tiara by Queen Victoria (and in that form is often confused with Queen Mary's 1919 fringe tiara worn by the present Queen at her wedding)

Queen Alexandra Caroline Marie Charlotte Louise Julia "Alix" of Great Britain (of Denmark) at her Coronation 1902

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!

The English Royal Family gathered for the Prince of Wales' marriage to Alexandra of Denmark. Of course QV had to include the late Prince Albert. Talk about a buzz kill.

Queen Victoria with six of her children and Princess Alexandra of Denmark on the occasion of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales’ wedding to Alexandra, The Land of the Unamused

bbc: Images of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and their children-Victoria, Albert Edward, Alice, Alfred, Helena, Louise, Arthur, Leopold, Beatrice

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

The widowed Queen Victoria with her dog Sharp at Balmoral

'Why must I suffer like this? It's tearing the flesh from my bones': How Queen Victoria's obsessive love for her dead husband nearly destroyed the monarchy

Four generations: Queen Victoria; Beatrice, Princess Henry of Battenberg; Victoria, Princess Louis of Battenberg; Princess Alice of Battenberg. April 26, 1886.

Four generations: Queen Victoria; Beatrice, Princess Henry of Battenberg; Victoria, Princess Louis of Battenberg; Princess Alice of Battenberg.

Pinafore fabrics (thread from sewing academy) White- most common color Plaids, checks, stripes- reasonably common prints- less common, but possible

The young Queen Victoria with her two eldest children, Princess Victoria, the Princess Royal, and Prince Albert Edward, later King Edward VII.

Ernst and Albert Saxe Coburg Gotha.

Francis Albert Augustus Charles Emmanuel Saxe-Coburg 26 August 1819 - 14 December 1861 and his brother Ernest. Painted by Robert Thorburn 1851 and commissioned by Queen Victoria.

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