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Elisabeth of Bavaria, queen consort of Prussia,wife of Frederick William IV of Prussia, by KW Wach. Sister of Archduchess Sophie; aunt of Elisabeth of Austria, who was named after her. She had no children. Her husband'smnephew married to Princess Victoria of Britain. At first she didn't care for Vicky, but they became close. Elisabeth left Vicky her jewels, which should have gone to the new queen, Vicky's mother-in-law.
Princess Victoria, Princess Royal and eldest daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Became German Empress and Queen of Prussia upon
Princess Friedrich Sigismund of Prussia (1897-1938) née Her Serene Highness Princess Marie Louise of Schaumburg-Lippe
Princess Victoria of the United Kingdom, The Princess Royal, future German Empress Friedrich at the coronation of Wilhelm I as King of Prussia
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Gown: ca. late 18th century - early 1800's, fine cotton from India. Belonged to Queen Consort Luise of Prussia.
Victoria Louise of Prussia, duchess of Braunschweig-Lüneburg, princess of Hanover, princess of Great Britain & Ireland 1892 –1980, only daughter of William II, German Emperor and Empress Augusta Victoria. Maternal grandmother of Queen Sophie of Spain and the former King Constantine II of the Hellenes.Duchess of Brunswick by marriage. Great great-granddaughter of Louise of Prussia, whom she resembles in this photo.
Kaiser Wilhelm II celebrating his 80th s birthday. In the image can be seen his sister, Margaret, dowager Margravine of Hesse Kassel, Queen Frederike of Greece, her mother, Viktoria Luise, right behind her, Prince Friedrich Viktor and twon brother Franz Josef of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, Princess Irene of Prussia, Friedrich Franz IV of Mecklenburg Schwerin, behind his sister Crownprincess Cecilie, among other relatives.
PRINCE ALBERT WILLIAM OF PRUSSIA (left) and PRINCE FRANCIS FREDERICK OF PRUSSIA (Right) - sons of Victoria, Empress of Germany, daughter of Victoria, Queen of England.
On 25 January 1858, a royal wedding took place that was designed to align the fortunes of Europe's two most important powers, Great Britain and Germany's chief principality, Prussia. The bride was Victoria, or "Vicky, Princess Royal", the oldest child of England's longest serving queen, Queen Victoria, and her husband, Prince Albert. She married Prince Frederick of Prussia, later Frederick III Emperor of Germany and King of Prussia at St. James's Palace, Chapel Royal, St. James's, London
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1830 Princess Marianne of the Netherlands painted about the time she married Prince Albert of Prussia
Group photo of three sisters of Prussia: Margarete, Victoria and Sophie, granddaughters of Queen Victoria By Alexander Bassano Half-plate glass negative, circa 1887
Georg Friedrich prince of Prussia, who would be todays German emperor, marries Princess Sophie
THE BRUNSWICK TIARA~ Caroline of Monaco, Princess of Hanover wearing the tiara made for Josephine Bonaparte given as a gift to Victoria Louise of Prussia. Her son, father of Ernst August of Hanover. Caroline, wife of Ernst August began wearing the piece.
HRH Princess Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg, daughter of Princess Beatrice (youngest daughter of Queen Victoria). Married King Alfonso XIII of Spain; grandmother of King Juan Carlos I of Spain.
Crown Princess Victoria and Daniel of Sweden
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Queen Victoria with Prince Eddie-Duke of Clarence, Princess Alix of Hesse (later Tsarina Alexandrovna, wife of Czar Nicholas II), Princess Beatrice–Queen Victoria’s youngest daughter, German granddaughter of Queen Victoria