People who feature in the journal, and who are associated with Osborne and the royal court at various times.
Albert Edward ‘Bertie’ the Prince of Wales
Princess Helena (Lenchen) by Winterhalter
The late Prince Consort, Albert – by Winterhalter
Albert, the Prince Consort, hand-tinted daguerreotype, 1848
Family tree showing Queen Victoria’s nine children
The above mosaic shows the Prince Consort, the Prince of Wales (Bertie), his mother Queen Victoria, and the Princesses Alice and Helene (Lenchen). Click on any of the images for a larger version.
Some important gentlemen about Court at various times: Sir Charles Grey, Karl Ruland, Sir Astley Cooper and William Theed. Click on any of the images for a larger version.
Sir Charles Grey, secretary to Victoria and Albert
Karl Ruland, librarian
Sir Astley Cooper, Sergeant Surgeon to Queen Victoria
The sculptor William Theed
Distinguished visitors. A collection of Queen Victoria’s overseas friends
Queen Maria Amalia d’Orleans, Queen of the French, with her children Henry of Orleans, Duke of Aumale (b. 1822) and Antoine of Orléans, Duke of Montpensier (b. 1824)
Louise Marie Adelaide Eugenie d’Orleans
Princess Clemintine d’Orleans by Winterhalter
Louis Philippe d’Orleans, King of the French in 1830
Madam Van de Weyer
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