Princess Alexandra with her five children
Princess Alexandra of Wales (1844 1925) (later Queen Alexandra consort) of Edward VII, photographed with her five children (left to right) Princess Victoria, who remained single. Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale, the who died in 1892 of influenza in the great influenza pandemic of 188992. Prince George (later George V). Princess Maud, later Queen of Norway by marriage to King Haakon. Sitting on the floor Princess Louise, Princess Royal and Duchess of Fife.
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Prince Edward & Alexandra of Denmarks five children 1891
Prince Edward (later Edward VII) and Alexandra of Denmark with their five children in a group photo, in 1891. From Left to right: Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale, eldest son, Princess Maud, later Queen of Norway by marriage to King Haakon, Alexandra of Denmark, later Queen Alexandra, Princess of Wales, Princess Louise, Princess Royal and Duchess of Fife, the Prince of Wales, later Edward VII, Prince George later George V and Princess Victoria, who remained single. On 14 January 1892, the family circle was broken by the death of Albert, Duke of Clarence of influenza, complicated with pneumonia, eldest son of Prince of Wales later King Edward VII, and Alexandra of Denmark, Prince George succeeded his brother as second in direct line of succession to the throne. Date: 1891
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King George IV of England arriving in Ireland, 1821
King George IV of England arriving for his tour of Ireland, August 12, 1821. Irish peasants raise their hats and cheer. His Majesty landing on the Pier at Howth. Handcoloured engraving from Pierce Egan's Real Life in Ireland, or the Day and Night Scenes, Rovings, Rambles, and Sprees, Bulls, Blunders, Bodderation and Blarney, of Brian Boru Esq. and his Elegant Friend Sir Shawn O'Dogherty, published by William Evans, London, 1829