Queen Alexandra, the consort of King Edward VII, was one of the most beautiful Queens ever to sit on the British throne. She was the great Edwardian Queen who inspired Tennyson to write poetry. She reigned over the Marlborough Set which eclipsed Queen Victoria’s gloomy court at Buckingham Palace. Queen Alexandra was loved by the British people who marveled at the great beauty of this kind and tolerant Queen.
Queen Alexandra loved her jewels. Portraits and photographs reveal the extensive collection the Queen had gathered. She warmed her lonely life–deserted by an unfaithful King–with her children, the public, and hr fabulous jewels.
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