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Emile Lassalle "Queen Victoria and Napoleon III Emperor of France, visiting the art gallery of the Universel Exhibit"

Emile Lassalle "Queen Victoria and Napoleon III Emperor of France, visiting the art gallery of the Universel Exhibit"

Queen Victoria: The 1880s black ensemble consisted of a silk taffeta and bomberdine bodice, coupled with a matching 43 inch waist grosgrain skirt.  There was also a black straw hat with mourning veil, mounted with an ostrich feather, while a pair of silk bloomers and a chemise also featured, both monogrammed with VR for "Victoria Regina".  Rounding off the look was a pair of circa 1885 leather boots with elasticated sides.

Queen Victoria: The 1880s black ensemble consisted of a silk taffeta and bomberdine bodice, coupled with a matching 43 inch waist grosgrain skirt. There was also a black straw hat with mourning veil, mounted with an ostrich feather, while a pair of silk bloomers and a chemise also featured, both monogrammed with VR for "Victoria Regina". Rounding off the look was a pair of circa 1885 leather boots with elasticated sides.

Queen Victoria with picture of Albert

Queen Victoria with picture of Albert

Sweet picture of Queen Victoria and Princess Beatrice.

Sweet picture of Queen Victoria and Princess Beatrice.

Queen Victoria with her daughter, Princess Beatrice, pictured 1889.

Queen Victoria with her daughter, Princess Beatrice, pictured 1889.

The first child of Queen Victoria of the U.K., Crown Princess Victoria of Prussia; February 8, 1875.

The first child of Queen Victoria of the U.K., Crown Princess Victoria of Prussia; February 8, 1875.

Victoria du Royaume-Uni - 24 mai 1819

Victoria du Royaume-Uni - 24 mai 1819

Queen Victoria was responsible for beginning the white wedding dress trend, now tradition, when she married Prince Albert in 1840. Because photography didn’t exist in 1840, or possibly existed but not fully-developed, Queen Victoria commissioned artist Franz Xaver Winterhalter to paint her wedding portrait in 1847, as a gift to her husband.

Queen Victoria was responsible for beginning the white wedding dress trend, now tradition, when she married Prince Albert in 1840. Because photography didn’t exist in 1840, or possibly existed but not fully-developed, Queen Victoria commissioned artist Franz Xaver Winterhalter to paint her wedding portrait in 1847, as a gift to her husband.

Queen Victoria and Prince Albert photographed by Roger Fenton at Buckingham Palace on 30 June 1854.

Queen Victoria and Prince Albert photographed by Roger Fenton at Buckingham Palace on 30 June 1854.

October 15,1839: Queen Victoria proposed to Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. He accepted.

October 15,1839: Queen Victoria proposed to Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. He accepted.