The famous picture of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert with their daughter Victoria on her wedding day, 25 January 1858. The Queen is blurry because she couldn't stop shaking from the anxiety of her daughter leaving home.
"Princess Alice (1843-1878)", attr. William Corden the Younger, ca. 1860; Royal Collection Trust 406021
Emperor Frederick III “Fritz” (Friedrich Wilhelm Nikolaus Karl) (18 Oct 1831-15 Jun 1888) Germany in coffin by unknown painter with his widow Empress Victoria “Vicky” (Victoria Adelaide Mary Louisa) (21 Nov 1840–5 Aug 1901) UK & son Kaiser Wilhelm II (Frederick William Victor Albert) (27 Jan 1859–4 Jun 1941) Germany looking on. Coffin in The Supreme Parish & Collegiate Church, Berlin, Germany.
Royal wedding of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. The wedding took place in The Chapel Royal of St. James' Palace. Victoria married her first cousin, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, in 1840. Their nine children married into royal and noble families across the continent, tying them together and earning her the nickname "the grandmother of Europe".
Victoria was Queen Victoria’s eldest daughter and Princess Royal. She married Prince Frederick William of Prussia and became Princess of Prussia and Empress of Germany. When she was a child her nickname was ‘Pussy’. When this portrait was being painted Queen Victoria noted in her Journal: ‘After luncheon went to see Pussy sitting to Winterhalter, who has made a delightful picture of her’. Signed and dated: F Winterhalter 1842.
Victoria's children (first): Princess Victoria (Vicky), Princess Royal. She became the Empress of Germany and Queen of Prussia when she married German Emperor Frederick III. She was therefore the Crown Princess of the UK as well as being known as Empress Frederick of Prussia. She was the mother of Kaiser Wilhelm II. She died only a few months after her mother, Victoria, of cancer, in 1902.