On 4th February, through flurries of snow, the cortege set out from the Albert Memorial Chapel in Windsor to Queen Victoria’s final resting place…
1630s - Magdalena Sibylle von Sachsen by ?
Queen Carola of Saxony, 1860s. I'm sure it's possible to get another ruffle on the dress, but I'm not sure how.
Carola of Vasa, Queen of Saxony. Dau of deposed Crown Prince Gustav of Sweden and Princess Louise Amelie of Baden, granddaughter of Stephanie de Beauharnais. Married Albert I of Saxony, last consort of Saxony. Active in social work, popular.
Carola of Vasa, Queen Consort of Saxony, titular princess of Sweden, the last Queen of Saxony. Dau. of deposed Crown Prince Gustav of Sweden,granddaughter of Stephanie de Beauharnais. Married Albert I of Saxony; no children, active in social work, popular.
The Children of King George V and Queen Mary - At Balmoral: Prince George (Duke of Kent), Prince Albert (King George VI), Princess Mary (The Princess Royal), Prince Edward (Duke of Windsor), and Prince Henry (Duke of Gloucester). Absent Prince John, youngest son, who died in 1919.
A rare photo showing all of King George V and Queen Mary's children in the later childhood or teens. Back row : Prince Albert, Prince Edward and Prince Henry; front row : Prince John, Princess Mary and Prince George. circa 1915
King George V with his daughter, Mary
A watercolour made by Queen Victoria showing her daughter Victoria, Princess Royal on her wedding day
Not exactly shot together simultaneously:"Queen Victoria and Prince Albert photographed with their nine children: Victoria, Princess Royal, German Empress Edward VII Princess Alice, Grand Duchess of Hesse Alfred, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha Helena, Princess Christian of Schleswig-Holstein Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany and Beatrice, Princess Henry of Battenberg"
La reine Fabiola on the arm of the young king of Sweden, and followed by Albert and Paola, future king and queen of the Belgians.
Queen Victoria with Prince Maurice of Battenberg, 1892 [in Portraits of Royal Children Vol.40 1891-1893] | Royal Collection Trust
Queen Victoria and Princess Beatrice, 1879 [in Portraits of Royal Children Vol.24 1879] | Royal Collection Trust
Princess Astrid of Norway with her maternal 1st cousin, Prince (later King) Baudouin of Belgium, the son of her aunt, Queen Astrid of Belgium (nee Princess Astrid of Sweden), after whom little Astrid was named.
The Duke and Duchess of Connaught with their two eldest children, Princess Margaret and Prince Arthur of Connaught. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
A gorgeous Princess Paola of Liege, later Queen of Belgium. Mids 60s.
English and Greek royal cousins, from left: Princess Victoria of Wales, Prince Albert Victor of Wales, Prince Constantine of Greece, Princess Maud of Wales, Prince Nicholas of Greece, Prince George of Greece, Princess Louise of Wales, Princess Marie of Greece, Princess Alexandra of Greece and Prince George of Wales, 1882
Fabergé red gold photograph frame in the form of a Gothic arch, with guilloché green enamel and mounted with three-colour gold swags and garlands set with rose diamonds.Workmaster Victor Aarne. Photograph of Princess Alexandra with Lady Alexandra and Lady Maud Duff.
Princess Victoria Mary of Teck and the Duke of York (later George V) on their Wedding Day
Not "Queen Victoria (Alexandrina Victoria) (1819-1901) & husband Prince Albert (Albert Francis Charles Augustus Emmanuel) (1819-1861) of Saxe Coburg" The Black Brunswicker (1860) is a painting by John Everett Millais. It was inspired in part by the exploits of the Black Brunswickers, a German volunteer corps of the Napoleonic Wars, during the Waterloo campaign.
Queen Victoria on the arm of her Indian servant Abdul Karim with whom she had a fervent relationship. This article, actually a discussion of a book, is far more interesting than the headline would make you think.