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Victoria itv Tom Hughes

Victoria itv Tom Hughes

great book on Queen Victoria and Prince Albert

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great book on Queen Victoria and Prince Albert

Deathbed photo of Prince Albert who died on December 14, 1861, aged 42 in the Blue Room at Windsor Castle in the presence of the Queen and five of their nine children and Kaiser Wilhelm II. This is a rare photograph as Princess Beatrice destroyed all others

Deathbed photo of Prince Albert who died on December 14, 1861, aged 42 in the Blue Room at Windsor Castle in the presence of the Queen and five of their nine children and Kaiser Wilhelm II. This is a rare photograph as Princess Beatrice destroyed all others

PRINCE ALBERT, consort of QUEEN VICTORIA. 1841

PRINCE ALBERT, consort of QUEEN VICTORIA. 1841

John Partridge (1790-1872) - Prince Albert (1819-1861)

John Partridge (1790-1872) - Prince Albert (1819-1861)

Prince Albert in 1842 : first photo of a British royal ( though he was German )

Prince Albert in 1842 : first photo of a British royal ( though he was German )

Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence,  eldest son of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII), and the grandson of the reigning British monarch, Queen Victoria.

Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence, eldest son of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII), and the grandson of the reigning British monarch, Queen Victoria.

Painting of the wedding of H.M. Queen Victoria and H.R.H. Prince Albert, 1840.

Painting of the wedding of H.M. Queen Victoria and H.R.H. Prince Albert, 1840.

The Royal Collection: Prince Albert (1819-61), Windsor Castle

The Royal Collection: Prince Albert (1819-61), Windsor Castle

Prince Albert (1819-1861) profile in black by Artist Unknown. Why did he die? Helen Rappaport disputes typhoid fever. Her evidence suggests Crohn’s disease. It supports Victoria’s belief that Albert had been killed by worry about their 1st sons reckless lifestyle. Crohn’s fit Albert’s stomach troubles, his exhaustion & leads to bowel cancer. 2nd son of Ernest I (1784-1844) Duke of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha & wife Louise (1800-1831) of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg & husband of Queen Victoria (1819-1901)…

Grief almost cost Victoria her mind - and her crown: MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION: VICTORIA, ALBERT AND THE DEATH THAT CHANGED THE MONARCHY BY HELEN RAPPAPORT

Prince Albert (1819-1861) profile in black by Artist Unknown. Why did he die? Helen Rappaport disputes typhoid fever. Her evidence suggests Crohn’s disease. It supports Victoria’s belief that Albert had been killed by worry about their 1st sons reckless lifestyle. Crohn’s fit Albert’s stomach troubles, his exhaustion & leads to bowel cancer. 2nd son of Ernest I (1784-1844) Duke of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha & wife Louise (1800-1831) of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg & husband of Queen Victoria (1819-1901)…

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