Victoria's children

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Blog about the life of Victoria's children | Bax of Things

Victoria's children

Blog about the life of Victoria's children | Bax of Things

pinkbasementgarden: “Queen Victoria and seven of her nine children. ”

Eras of Elegance

pinkbasementgarden: “Queen Victoria and seven of her nine children. ”

Als reactie op mijn blog over Victoria, kreeg ik het verzoek om ook eens wat meer te vertellen over haar kinderen. Zijn ze getrouwd? Kregen ze kinderen? Met genoegen vertel ik nu wat meer over de n…

Queen Victoria’s children

After writing my blog about Victoria, I received the request to tell more about her children. Are they married? Did they have children? With pleasure, I will tell you more about the nine children o…

Alice and Louis with their children: Marie in the Grand Dukes arms and (left to right) Ella, Ernie, Alix, Irene, and Victoria

Princess Alice of the United Kingdom

Alice and Louis with their children: Marie in the Grand Dukes arms and (left to right) Ella, Ernie, Alix, Irene, and Victoria

Princess Royal Victoria in her teens. How gorgeous she was! Mids 1850s.

Long Live all the magic we made.

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Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain; by Franz Xaver Winterhalter, c. 1857.

Portrait of the Prince de Wagram and his daughter Malcy Louise Caroline Frederique Napoléon Alexandre Berthier, 1837 - Franz Xaver Winterhalter - WikiArt.org

‘Portrait of the Prince de Wagram and his daughter Malcy Louise Caroline Frederique Napoléon Alexandre Berthier’ was created in 1837 by Franz Xaver Winterhalter in Neoclassicism style. Find more prominent pieces of portrait at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Queen Victoria, Prince Albert, and their children.

Queen Victoria, Prince Albert, and their children.

Excellent Book; interesting to see how many of the daughters and granddaughters married into European Royality

Victoria's Daughters

Victoria's Daughters book. Read 272 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The story of five women who shared one of the most extraordin...

Young Princess Victoria, daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert

Young Princess Victoria, daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert

Princess Helena and Princess Louise, Osborne, July 1859 [in Portraits of Royal Children Vol.4 1859-1860] | Royal Collection Trust

Frances Sally Day (c. 1816-92) - Princess Helena (1846-1923) and Princess Louise, later Duchess of Argyll (1848-1939)

Photograph of a full length double portrait of Princess Helena (1846-1923) and Princess Louise, later Duchess of Argyll (1848-1939). Princess Helena is seated and gazes down at a book she holds with both hands, positioned on her lap. Princess Louise stands behind her, similarly looking at the book. She places her right hand around her sisters shoulder. The princesses wear similar clothing consisting of a locket, light coloured shirt, tied at the waist with dark coloured material, and a dark…

teatimeatwinterpalace: Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll, fourth daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.

Uneasy lies the Head that Wears a Crown

Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll, fourth daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.

Princess Beatrice of the United Kingdom with her nephew, Prince Wilhelm of Prussia, later Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany.

The nine children of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert: Victoria, Albert Edward, Alice, Alfred, Helena, Louise, Arthur, Leopold, and Beatrice.

British Royalty

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN. From Queen Victoria to the present... I respect the grand history of the British Royal Family and strive to remain as impartial as possible. *And I also do not own a thing*

Princess Helena and Princess Louise, April 7th 1859 [in Portraits of Royal Children Vol.3 1858-1859] | Royal Collection Trust

Leonida Caldesi (1823-91) - Princess Helena (1846-1923) and Princess Louise, later Duchess of Argyll (1848-1939)

Photograph of a full length double portrait of Princess Helena (1846-1923) and Princess Louise, later Duchess of Argyll (1848-1939) standing, facing slightly towards each other and looking at the camera. The princesses wear costumes intended to represent Swiss peasants. This includes a hat decorated with flowers, knee-length dresses with full skirts and fingerless gloves. There is a pillar covered in foliage on the far left side of the photograph. The princesses are dressed for the Bal…