When I have a even an hour, I hunt and hunt for pictures of British personalities who have significantly affected British history. Princess Victoria is the “Unsung Heroine” of the Edwardian Age. She never married and remained her mother’s companion all the Queen’s life. After Queen Alexandra’s death, Princess Victoria retired to Coppins where she continued to have her daily phone call with her brother, King George V, who died one month after hearing of the death of his sister. For over fifty, Princess Victoria was the “comforter and companion” to a Queen and to a King. The power behind the throne! I saw her grave last year in the Royal Burial Grounds, Frogmore.
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