Two days after the funeral, on 4th February 1901, Queen Victoria was taken to Frogmore Mausoleum to rest beside her husband Prince Albert. In this picture the cortège is on its way from The Albert Memorial Chapel through the Upper Ward of Windsor Castle, drawn by the Royal Horse Artillery.

In this picture Queen Victoria's cortège is on its way from The Albert Memorial Chapel through the Upper Ward of Windsor Castle, drawn by the Royal Horse Artillery.

Miniature portrait of Queen Victoria by John Haslem 1848. Shown wearing her wedding day finery, Victoria gave this miniature to Prince Albert on her birthday 24 May 1848. Royal Collection

John Haslem, Queen Victoria 1848 she is shown wearing her wedding day finery, Queen Victoria gave this miniature to Prince Prince Albert on her birthday May 1848 Royal Collection

Queen Victoria's gift holder in Stuart Tartan

Queen Victoria's gift holder in Stuart Tartan - winter wedding attire Love the plaid.

A dress worn by Queen Victoria in 1835-7, will be displayed as an early example of tartan in royal dress for the largest exhibition of the Queen's dress in Scotland

The Queen's historic dresses will go on display on her 90th birthday

A dress worn by Queen Victoria in will be displayed as an early example of tartan in royal dress for the largest exhibition of the Queen's dress in Scotland

Claridges: London, was founded in 1812 as Mivart's Hotel located in a conventional London terrace house it grew by expanding into neighbouring houses. In 1860 Empress Eugenie made an extended visit and entertained Queen Victoria at the hotel, the reputation of the hotel was confirmed!

Claridges: London, was founded in 1812 as Mivart's Hotel located in a conventional London terrace house it grew by expanding into neighbouring houses. In 1860 Empress Eugenie made an extended visit and entertained Queen Victoria at the hotel, the reputati

Never seen this one before -- Queen Victoria and her favorite son, Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught on his 20th birthday.  She once said she liked Arthur more than her other 8 children combined!

Never seen this one before -- Queen Victoria and her favourite son, Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught on his birthday. She once said she liked Arthur more than her other 8 children combined!

Queen Victoria (1843). Franz Xaver Winterhalter (German, 1805-1873). Oil on canvas. Royal Collection. Here a young Queen Victoria is seen in an intimate and alluring pose, leaning against a red...

1843 Queen Victoria by Franz Xaver Winterhalter (Royal Collection) Prince Albert had this Winterhalter portrait of his wife, for his eyes only, hung in his bedroom. Elizabeth Longford called this portrait "Weibchein in a submissive mood".

Queen Victoria's liking for miniature portraits was served particularly well by this bracelet which was commissioned by Prince Albert. Presented on her twenty-sixth birthday in 1845, with the miniature of her eldest child, Victoria, the bracelet was subsequently added to with portraits of five further royal children as they reached the age of four.

Gold and blue champlevé enamel bracelet, each square link centred by a circular miniature surrounded by four pearls;

Victoria Princess Royal, on her sixteenth birthday 21 nov 1856

Victoria, Princess Royal, eldest child of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, on her sixteenth birthday, November

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