Queen Victoria

Queen Victoria was the monarch of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 1837 until her death in 1901. She was a national icon and was known for her strict standards of personal morality.

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Queen Victoria

Who were Queen Victoria's children?

Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (and Empress of India from 1876) was born Alexandrina Victoria in Kensington Palace, London on 24th May 1819. She became Queen on 20th June 1837 and reigned until her death on 22 January 1901.

On 10th February 1840 she married her first cousin, Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. He was born on 26th August 1819 and died on 14th December 1861. He was the second son of the then Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, which is in what we now call Germany.

Their children were:

  1. Victoria Adelaide Mary Louise, born on 21 November 1840 at Buckingham Palace, London. She was created Princess Royal of the United Kingdom and by her marriage to the German Emperor Frederick III, became a German Empress and Queen of Prussia. She died on 5th August 1901.
  2. Albert Edward, born on 9th November 1841 at Buckingham Palace. On 10th March 1863 he married Alexandra, a Princess of Denmark. He succeeded the British Throne as King Edward VII when Queen Victoria died and reigned until his death on 6th May 1910.
  3. Alice Maud Mary, born on 25th April 1843 at Buckingham Palace. On 1st July 1862 she married Lois IV, Grand Duke of Hesse and thereby became the Grand Duchess of Hesse. She died on 14th December 1878.
  4. Alfred Ernest Albert born on 6th August 1844 at Windsor Castle. On 23 January 1874 he married Her Imperial Highness the Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia, a daughter of Tsar Alexander II of Russia. He inherited the Title Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha from his uncle and he died on 30th July 1900.
  5. Helena Augusta Victoria born on 25th May 1846 at Buckingham Palace. On 5th July 1866 she married Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein and her formal title became Princess Christian. She died on 9th June 1923.
  6. Louise Caroline Alberta born on 18th March 1848 at Buckingham Palace. On 21st March 1871 she married John Campbell who was, at that time the Marquess of Lorne, in Scotland. He later inherited the title Duke of Argyle and Princess Louise became the Duchess of Argyle. She died on 3rd December 1939.
  7. Arthur William Patrick Albert born on 1st May 1850 at Buckingham Palace. As the son of the monarch, his formal title was The Prince Arthur. He served as the Governor General of Canada from 1911 to 1916 and was created Duke of Connaught in 1874. On 13 March 1879 he married Luise Margarette a Princess of Prussia and he died on 16th January 1942.
  8. Leopold George Duncan Albert born on 7th April 1853 at Buckingham Palace. Prince Leopold was later created Duke of Albany. On 27th April 1882 he married Princess Helene Friederike daughter of the Prince of Waldeck Pyrmont in the German Empire. Princed Leopold suffered from haemophilia and he died on 28th March 1884.
  9. Beatrice Mary Victoria Feodore born on 14th April 1857 at Buckingham Palace. On 23rd July 1885 she married Prince Henry of Battenburg and thereby became a Princess of Battenberg. She died on 26th October 1944.

Because so many of her children married into other European Royal families, Queen Victoria is sometimes called "The Grandmother of Europe."

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When did Queen Victoria become Queen?

Queen Victoria (1819-1901) became Queen of the United Kingdom on the death of William IV on 20 June 1837. She remained Queen for 64 years until 22 January 1901.

Her Coronation was on on 28 June 1838.
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Who succeeded Queen Victoria?

Her son, King Edward the Seventh, suceeded her in 1901 and ruled until his death in 1910.

Edward VII was the eldest son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Born in 1841, he did not inherit the throne until his mother's death in 1901, when he was 59 years old. Given little responsibility during Victoria's lifetime, Bertie (as he was called by his family) devoted himself to a life of pleasure. Despite his 1863 marriage to Princess Alexandra of Denmark, with whom he had six children, he was infamous for his many mistresses and playboy lifestyle.

As king, Edward VII was popular with his people and abroad, but he reigned for only nine years before dying in 1910. He was succeeded by his oldest surviving son, King George V.

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Who was Queen Victoria's husband?

Queen Victoria's husband was her first cousin Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Victoria's mother and Albert's father were brother and sister.

Albert and Victoria's common uncle Leopold (who was King of Belgium) thought that they would make a good pair. Because Leopold was like a father to Victoria she agreed to meet with Albert and his elder brother Ernest when they were all teenagers.

Several years later Leopold wanted Albert to visit England again, and Victoria gave in. During this trip Victoria fell in love with Albert and proposed to Albert.

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How long did Queen Victoria reign?

60 years

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What was prince albert's royal house?

Prince Francis (Albert) Augustus Charles Emmanuel; 26 August 1819 - 14 December 1861), the Prince Consort of Queen Victoria, was from the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.

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How old was Queen Victoria when she became queen?

She was only 18 when she became queen.

Her whole reign was 64 years long. 20 June 1837-22 January 1901.

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When was Queen Elizabeth II born?

Queen Elizabeth II was born Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor, on the 21st of April 1926 at 17 Bruton St. in Mayfair, London. She became queen when her father died on 6 February 1952 and she was crowned on 2 June 1953.

Note from a pedant, with reference to some alternate wordings of this question:

The title Queen (or King) of England has not existed for over 300 years.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is Queen of The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

However, the Queen's Official Birthday, also known as "the Queen's Birthday" is the day on which the birthday of the monarch of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms is officially celebrated.

This varies from country to country and is rarely the actual day of the current monarch's birthday. Most Commonwealth realms release a Birthday Honours List on the official birthday.

Also in the UK the Monarchs Official Birthday is celebrated on 1st, 2nd, or (rarely) 3rd Saturday in June with a Parade which includes Trooping the colour ceremony.
Queen Elizabeth II is aged 87 years. She was born on April 21, 1926.

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What type of Education did Queen Victoria Have?

Queen Victoria was tutored

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Who was Queen Victoria's mother?

elizabeth I

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When did Queen Victoria reign?

From 20 June 1837 to 22 January 1901, which is 63 years, 7 months, and 2 days.

Her reign was the longest in British history.

More Information - She became the first Empress of India on 1st May 1876. She never went to India during her reign.

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Which countries did Queen Victoria reign over?

Queen Victoria reigned from 20th June 1837, until her death on 22nd January 1901, as Queen of The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.

From 1st May 1876 she was also Empress of India.

As the British monarch, she was also head of The British Empire which has expanded and contracted over the centuries before, after and during her reign. and in the 19th Century included India, large parts of Africa, Asia and The Middle East, as well as Canada, Australia, New Zealand plus parts of South and Central America and The Caribbean.

She was Queen of The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland she was also the Empress of India

Let us look at the scope of the Empire: Great Britain, then including Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, (combined Militarily as ANZAC in War I) South Africa, Rhodesia, Egypt, Cyprus, and various Island states. Quite a haul, but some argue that theoretically, Anastasia would have had a greater spread- l5 Time zones.

The British Empire

Colonial Name, Current Name,Year of Independance, Colonial name, Current Name, Year of independance.

AdenYemen1967Kuwait1961Ascension IslandNot yetMalayaWest Malaysia1965AnguillaNot yetMaldive Islands1976Australia1901Malta1964Bahamas1973Mauritius1961Bahrain1971MontserratNot yetBarbados1966NewfoundlandCanada1949BasutolandLesotho1966New Hebrides (with France)Vanuatu1980BechuanalandBotswana1966New Zealand1947BermudaNot yetNigeria1960British CameroonCameroon (part)1961North BorneoSabah1965British GuyanaGuyana1966NyasalandMalawi1963British HondurasBelize1981OmanNever formally a protectorateBritish SomalilandSomaliland1960Papua New Guinea1976British Solomon IslandsSolomon Is.1978PalestineIsrael1948BruneiBrunei1984Pitcairn IslandNot yetBurmaMyanmar1948Qatar1971Canada1926RhodesiaZimbabwe & Zambia1979

1964Cayman IslandsNot yetSarawakEast Malaysia1965CeylonSri Lanka1948St HelenaNot yetCook IslandsNZ assoc.St KittsSt Kitts/Nevis1983Cyprus1960St Lucia1979Egypt1922?St Vincent1979Falkland Islands and dependenciesNot yetSeychelles1976Fiji1970Sierra Leone1961Gambia1965Singapore1963GibraltarNot yetSouth Africa1910Gilbert and Ellice IslandsKiribati & Tuvalu1979

1978Sudan1954Gold CoastGhana1957Swaziland1968Grenada1974TanganyikaTanzania1963GuernseyChannel Is.Tonga1970TransjordanJordan1948Hong KongChina1997TrinidadTrinidad & Tobago1962IndiaPakistan & Bangladesh)1947Tristan Da CunhaNot yetIraq1932Trucial OmanUnited Arab Emirates1971Ireland1922Turks and Caicos IslandsNot yetJamaica1963Uganda1962JerseyChannel Is.Western Samoa1962Kenya1963ZanzibarTanzania1963

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When did Queen Victoria marry?

I don’t know

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Who were Queen Victoria's parents?

Answer Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom was born in London, England on 24th May 1819.

Her parents were:

Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn, who was the fourth son of King George III.

Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfield, daughter of Duke Franz Frederick Anton of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfield.

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Why did Queen Victoria have so many children with Prince Albert?

Answer 1

Several reasons.

One was because they loved each other and wanted to have sex with each other.

The second was because Queen Victoria used them as pawns so to say to marry them off to other royal families as as a result of that every current monarch in Europe is somehow related to Queen Victoria including the monarch consorts.

Answer 2

In those days there was no reliable form of contraception. Doctors were attempting to work out a rhythm method, but they did not understand enough about the menstrual cycle to do this accurately. Condoms were not efficient until late in Victoria's life, when she was a widow.

People who could afford to look after as many children as might be born - as the Queen obviously could! - made no attempt to prevent conception. Queen Victoria's grandmother, Queen Charlotte, had given birth to fifteen children.

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When did Queen Victoria die?

Queen Victoria died on 22nd January 1901.

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How old was Queen Victoria when she died?

Queen Victoria died on 22nd January 1901, aged 81 years 7 months and 29 days. She reigned for 63 years.
Queen Victoria was 81 at the time of her death.
Well, I done alot of research for this and I have read over and over that she was 82!

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UK History

When was Queen Victoria born?

Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, whose names were Alexandrina Victoria, was born in Kensington Palace, London on 24th May 1819.

She became Queen on 20th June 1837 and reigned until her death on 22nd January 1901.

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How many children did Victoria and Albert have?

She had nine children these are their names and when they were born and when they died:










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How old is the Royal Albert Hall?

As of 2011, it is 140 years old.

The foundation stone was laid by Queen Victoria on May 20th 1867. The opening ceremony was conducted on March 29th 1871.

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What was the fashion during Queen Victoria's reign?

The fashion was very heavy and grand compared to that of today.

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Are there any monuments in London named after queen Victoria?

Yes, the Victoria Memorial, Victoria embankment, Victoria Station, The Victoria and Albert Museum (there are probably more).

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Who was Queen Victoria?

Queen Victoria was the longest reigning British monarch and the figurehead of a vast empire. She oversaw vast changes in British society and gave her name to an age Victoria was born in London on 24 May 1819, the only child of Edward, Duke of Kent, and Victoria Maria Louisa of Saxe-Coburg. She succeeded her uncle, William IV, in 1837, at the age of 18, and her reign dominated the rest of the century. In 1840 she married her first cousin, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg Gotha. For the next 20 years they lived in close harmony and had a family of nine children, many of whom eventually married into the European monarchy. On her accession, Victoria adopted the Whig prime minister Lord Melbourne as her political mentor. In 1840, his influence was replaced by that of Prince Albert. The German prince never really won the favour of the British public, and only after 17 years was he given official recognition, with the title of Prince Consort. However, Victoria relied heavily on Albert and it was during his lifetime that she was most active as a ruler. Britain was evolving into a constitutional monarchy in which the monarch had few powers and was expected to remain above party politics, although Victoria did sometimes express her views very forcefully in private. Victoria never fully recovered from Albert's death in 1861 and she remained in mourning for the rest of her life. Her subsequent withdrawal from public life made her unpopular, but during the late 1870s and 1880s she gradually returned to public view and, with increasingly pro-imperial sentiment, she was restored to favour with the British public. After the Indian Mutiny in 1857, the government of India was transferred from the East India Company to the Crown and in 1877, Victoria became Empress of India. Her empire also included Canada, Australia, India, New Zealand, and large parts of Africa. During this period, Britain was largely uninvolved in European affairs, apart from involvement in the Crimean War (1853 - 1856). In 1887, Victoria's Golden Jubilee and, 10 years later, her Diamond Jubilee were celebrated with great enthusiasm. Having witnessed a revolution in British government, huge industrial expansion and the growth of a worldwide empire, Victoria died on 22 January 1901 at Osborne House on the Isle of Wight.

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Did queen victoria change the name of the capital city?

I don't see how Her Majesty could do this. London , England is historically the Capital city. She was given the title of Empress of India largely through the Royal Titles Bill engineered by Mr. Disraeli. Prior to the Royal Titles bill, while there were colonies all over the map, strictly speaking, the term British Empire was not used, after it- well it became standard usage. ( now called Commonwealth among the affililated ex-British colonies such as Canada, Australia, Bahamas, etc. Victoria did not change the name of the Capital, but her own status was amplified from Queen to Empress.

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When was Queen Victoria crowned?


Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland became Queen on the death of her uncle, King William IV, on 20th June 1837.

Her coronation took place in Westminster Abbey on 28th June 1838.


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