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Princess Victoria, Duchess of Kent and Strathearn (Queen Victoria's mother); Princess Alice, Grand Duchess of Hesse (the Queen's third daughter) http://www.npg.org.uk/collections

Princess Victoria, Duchess of Kent and Strathearn (Queen Victoria's mother); Princess Alice, Grand Duchess of Hesse (the Queen's third daughter) http://www.npg.org.uk/collections

Princess Louise daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert

Princess Louise daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert

Photograph taken in 1856, showing Princess Mary, Duchess of Gloucester and Edinburgh. She was the longest lived of George III and Queen Charlotte’s children, dying at the age of 81, and the only one to be photographed.  She is shown here with her niece, Queen Victoria, and two of Victoria’s children, Princess Alice and the future King Edward VII.

Photograph taken in 1856, showing Princess Mary, Duchess of Gloucester and Edinburgh. She was the longest lived of George III and Queen Charlotte’s children, dying at the age of 81, and the only one to be photographed. She is shown here with her niece, Queen Victoria, and two of Victoria’s children, Princess Alice and the future King Edward VII.

Queen Victoria’s first three daughters, September 1853. Left to right: Princess…

Queen Victoria’s first three daughters, September 1853. Left to right: Princess…

Queen Mary wearing Dehli Durbar parure.  This set of jewels was made in 1911 for King George V and Queen Mary's coronation in India.  The set uses the Cambridge cabochon emeralds and cleavings from the Cullinan diamond (Cullinan VII hangs from the pendant)

Queen Mary wearing Dehli Durbar parure. This set of jewels was made in 1911 for King George V and Queen Mary's coronation in India. The set uses the Cambridge cabochon emeralds and cleavings from the Cullinan diamond (Cullinan VII hangs from the pendant)

Queen Victoria’s wedding dress was adorned with fresh orange blossoms and a wreath of the fragrant blooms adorned her head. A popular wedding  custom from the Victorian era was to save a sprig of myrtle or ivy from the bridal bouquet and plant it in the brides garden.  With proper tending, the ivy could then be used in bridal bouquets for generations to come.

Queen Victoria’s wedding dress was adorned with fresh orange blossoms and a wreath of the fragrant blooms adorned her head. A popular wedding custom from the Victorian era was to save a sprig of myrtle or ivy from the bridal bouquet and plant it in the brides garden. With proper tending, the ivy could then be used in bridal bouquets for generations to come.

Diana en Charles met William en hun pasgeboren eerste reserve, 30 jaar geleden.

Diana en Charles met William en hun pasgeboren eerste reserve, 30 jaar geleden.

Princess Alice of the United Kingdom

Princess Alice of the United Kingdom

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.

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 with her head turned to her right so that her face is not visible. 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 with her head turned to her right so that her face is not visible. Princess Helena has her head resting on the Queen's lap.

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