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    This photograph, taken at Osborne House in 1899 two years after her Diamond Jubilee, shows Queen Victoria with the three generations of her family who would succeed her as Sovereign.The Prince of Wales, who is standing to the left of his mother, would become King Edward VII following her death in January 1901. His son, the Duke of York acceded, to the throne as King George V in 1910, and the young Prince Edward, shown here aged 5 years old, would become King Edward VIII in 1936.


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    This wing contains the principal suite of State bedrooms; furnished by Robert Hughes in 1832 for the use of the young Princess Victoria (later Queen) and her mother the Duchess of Kent. The gilt wood four poster bed in this room dates from 1790 but was substantially altered by Hughes, who added a footboard, new cornices and tester together with hangings of ‘blue silk taberet’.

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