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    Princess Alice reading, 1861

  • Katheryn Koelker

    Princess Alice (1843-1878) the third child, and second daughter, of Victoria and Albert. She was the mother of Tsarina Alexandra, wife of Tsar Nicholas II. She is also the ancestress of Prince Philip (through her eldest daughter, Victoria).

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