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Albert Victor, hertog van Clarence - Wikipedia

The Prince & Princess of Wales (Albert Edward & Alexandra), with their new-born son, Albert Victor, in January,

Earliest known photograph of Victoria, here with her eldest daughter, c. 1845

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

The surviving sons of George V. L-R: Prince George, Duke of Kent; Edward, Prince of Wales; Prince Albert, Duke of York; Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester

Alexandra and Bertie

Alexandra and Bertie

onemoreblogaboutroyals:  Three Queens of Belgium-Queen Fabiola, Queen Mathilde, Queen Paola, July 21, 2013

Posted July 2013 by HatQueen.Queen Fabiola (Queen Paola’s sister-in-law, dowager of King Baudouin), joined Queen Mathilde and Queen Fabiola to create a poignant, unique and vibrant royal picture.

Queen Victoria and Prince Albert (right) whose death led to the Queen's abandoning her public duties for three years as she mourned his passing

She can only hope never to live to old age: In her own words, Queen Victoria's unbearable grief after the death of Albert

Queen Victoria and her husband Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (Francis Albert Augustus Charles Emmanuel; later The Prince Consort). His death at 42 death led to the Queen's abandoning her public duties for three years as she mourned his passing.

Lost Splendor: The Amazing Memoirs of the Man Who Killed Rasputin

Prince Felix Yusupov and Princess Irina Alexandrovna of Russia. Prince Felix was also one of those involved in the murder of Rasputin.

Princess Louise of Great Britain on her wedding day. She was the first royal to marry a commoner. Her husband at the time, John Campbell, was Marquess of Lorne, and later inherited the title of Duke of Argyll.

Princess Louise (Queen Victoria's sixth child and fourth daughter) on her wedding to John Campbell, Duke of Argyll on March 21 1871 at St.

The young Queen Mother, Duchess of York in 1924 wearing pearl and diamond sautoir with fifteen rows of pearls mounted on platinum wire and diamond endpiece

CROWN~The young Queen Mother, Duchess of York in 1924 wearing the papyrus tiara (also known as the lotus flower tiara). Plus pearl & diamond sautoir with fifteen rows of pearls mounted on platinum wire & diamond endpiece.