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Portrait of Queen Victoria with a Royal Princess standing in churchyard; both dressed in mourning, the Queen holds handkerchief and wears veil; the Princess with hat and muff; standing next to grave of Prince John, son of Prince of Wales; illustration from unknown publication (1872).Wood engraving

Victoria and Pss Alice in mourning for Prince Albert

Princess Alice (1843-78), later Grand Duchess of Hesse 1859 | In the Swan's Shadow

Princess Alice portrait of her as a bridesmaid Franz Xaver Winterhalter (Alemania, Academicismo Burgués -Art Pompier

Queen Victoria's Wedding Wreath

Ribbons and Curls, Flowers and Pearls: Mid-19th Century French Headdresses

Queen Victoria looks pensive in this half mourning portrait.  Her grief was said to have been so severe after Albert's death that some courtiers feared for her sanity.

Queen Victoria looks pensive in this half mourning portrait. Her grief was said to have been so severe after Albert's death that some courtiers feared for her sanity.

Queen Victoria in her bridal dress, aged 21

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What was "Victoria's Choice"? {my article published on HuffPost} She chose love over ego.

1840 Queen Victoria by Sir David Wilkie (private collection)

Queen Victoria is portrayed here wearing full court dress in this 1840 portrait by Sir David Wilkie.

Only child of Prince Edward Augustus Duke of Kent (1767–1820) & Princess Victoria (Marie Luise Viktoria) (1786–1861) of Saxe-Coburg & wife of 1st cousin Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg & Gotha (1819-1861). Queen Victoria (1819-1901) in mourning, seated facing forward, her had to her hair and holding a fan, an oval composition.1861 Color lithograph by Artist Unknown. Titled “Her Majesty the Queen”.

Queen Victoria in morning, seated facing forward, her hand to her hair and holding a fan, an oval composition.

Born in 1808: Celebrating the anniversary of Queen Victoria's Birthday. Images of Englands virtuous Queen.

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

The first photograph ever taken of Queen Victoria, with her daughter the Princess Royal, 1844.

Earliest known photograph of queen Victoria, here with her eldest daughter Victoria, Princess Royal (Victoria Adelaide Mary Louisa) (Vicky)

Queen Victoria. 1854.

Treasures of the Empire revealed: 1914 Faberge egg, Queen Mary's emerald pendant and a golden crown crafted by South American tribesmen make up new Jubilee exhibition

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