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Queen Victoria and family, 1898 M888557

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Filename: M888557.jpg

Size: 5265 x 3576 (7.7MB)

Date: 23rd July 2008

Source: Historic England

Credit: Historic England Photo Library

Source: English Heritage Images

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Queen Victoria and family, 1898 M888557

OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. Queen Victoria and family in the grounds of Osborne House, 1898. Photograph from the Ryde album.
Left to right:
Leopold of Battenberg
Princess Aribert of Anhalt
Duchess of York with Prince Edward and Princess Mary (on knee)
Princess Margaret of Connaught
Prince Alexander of Battenberg (on ground)
Duke of York with Prince Albert
Queen Victoria
Prince Arthur of Connaught
Ducness of Connaught
Princess Patricia of Connaught (on ground)
Princess Henry of Battenberg
Princess Ena of Battenberg
Princess Helena Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein
Prince Maurice of Battenberg

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FEATURES IN THESE COLLECTIONS

> Fame > Kings and Queens of England

> Heritage > English Stately Homes > Osborne House > Historic views of Osborne

> Heritage > English Stately Homes > Osborne House > Osborne House gardens

> Historic Images > The Victorian Age > The 1890s

> The way we were > Victoriana > Victoria's Royal Household


EDITORS COMMENTS
Captured in the serene grounds of Osborne House, Isle of Wight, this remarkable print transports us back to 1898, offering a glimpse into the private world of Queen Victoria and her beloved family. The image showcases three generations of royalty, each person exuding their own unique presence. In this portrait, we see Queen Victoria seated at the center, radiating regal elegance and wisdom. Surrounding her are her children and grandchildren, forming a tapestry of familial love and unity. From left to right, we witness Leopold of Battenberg standing tall with an air of confidence while Princess Aribert of Anhalt stands gracefully beside him. The Duchess of York tenderly holds Prince Edward and Princess Mary on her lap as they gaze adoringly at their surroundings. Meanwhile, Princess Margaret Connaught's youthful charm shines through as she stands alongside Prince Alexander Battenberg who sits comfortably on the ground. The Duke of York proudly cradles his son Prince Albert while the Duchess Connaught looks on lovingly. On either side lie Princess Patricia Connaught and Princess Henry Battenberg along with their spouses – all contributing to the rich tapestry that is Victorian monarchy. Completing this royal tableau are Princess Ena Battenberg, Princess Helena Victoria Schleswig-Holstein, and Prince Maurice Battenberg - each adding their own distinctive flair to this historic moment frozen in time. This extraordinary photograph from Historic England Photo Library not only captures a significant

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