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    Queen Victoria and Prince Albert

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    • Sloane Crabbit

      "This is not Queen Victoria & Prince Albert on their wedding day. Please see the photo above of QV's actual wedding dress. Scholars believe this was taken at their daughter, Victoria The Princess Royal's wedding. Also note the full set of side burns on Albert's face." - LM

    • KnotsandHearts

      #KnotsAndHearts || #Vintage #Weddings #WeLove || Queen Victoria’s wedding dress. She started the tradition of wearing white.

    • Laurie Ann DeBruin Forever Bound Art

      Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Famous white wedding dress!! Now all brides wear white!!! Very sweet and pretty!!

    • Bijtje

      Het begin van de witte trouwjurk: Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Famous white wedding dress!! Now all brides wear white!!! Very sweet and pretty!!

    • Elvia Francis

      Origins of wedding traditions: Queen Victoria started the white wedding dress. Prior to that, royals married in a silver dress, aristocrats in purple, and others in blue to symbolize fidelity.

    • 𝒮𝒶𝓃𝒹𝓅𝒾𝓅𝑒𝓇

      'The Victorian Era' is named after Queen Victoria of England (pictured here in her wedding dress). Victoria married her first cousin, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, in 1840. She started the tradition of wearing white.

    • Jenny Alana

      Queen Victoria and Prince Albert Wedding || the wedding dress that set the bride-wears-white-trend still ahearred to still today. quite the trend-setter, indeed.

    • NJ Wedding Officiant With This Kiss I Thee Wed LLC Marilyn D'Auria

      Queen Victoria and Prince Albert (The bride who started the white wedding gown trend)

    • Never Done Learning

      A photograph of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert taken in May 1854. Indeed, I believe that there are good genetic reasons for the survival of the British Royal Family - namely their good mixture of Irish and Jewish stock. Queen Victoria inherited the physical strength and political deviousness of her real father, the Irish Sir John Conroy, and Prince Albert inherited the cleverness of the Baron von Mayern. But even if you do not accept this rather basic genetic explanation of how the royal bloodline Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1158993/Were-Queen-Victoria-Prince-Albert-illegitimate.html#ixzz3uMNiB9KT Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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