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Prince Albert (full name Prince Franz August Karl Albert Emanuel) was born on the 26 August 1819, the younger son of Ernest I, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (later Saxe-Coburg-Gotha) and Duchess Louise of Saxe-Coburg-Altenburg. He spent his childhood at Schloss Rosenau, his family’s country home near Coburg, and at the ducal palaces in Coburg and Gotha.

Prince Albert received a broad education, both from Florschütz and at the University of Bonn, which he attended in 1837 and 1838. He showed considerable aptitude in the natural sciences, languages, art and music, and was to become an accomplished organist, singer and composer, as well as an amateur painter.

In 1838-9 he made a tour of Italy, gaining an appreciation of its treasures of art and architecture and visiting artists’ studios, while also studying music and taking singing lessons.

queen victoria's husband's name
queen victoria’s husband’s name

Who Was Prince Albert?

Prince Albert was born in Bavaria, becoming the prince consort of the United Kingdom and Ireland upon his marriage to Queen Victoria. He served as the queen’s trusted adviser, and he had a hand in both internal and international affairs, advancing social issues in the United Kingdom, masterminding the Great Exhibition of 1851, and helping England avoid war with the United States. He died at the age of 42 from typhoid fever.

Albert’s Impact On British Politics

Victoria’s father, Prince Edward, died in 1820 when the future Queen was in infancy. At the time, politics were a male-dominated phenomenon. The Queen lacked a male role model both at home and in her understanding of public political life, a void that Lord Melbourne would eventually fill.

William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne, served as the Prime Minister of Great Britain under Victoria from 1835 to 1841. He would play a massive role and political influence on the young Queen, who took the throne at just eighteen years old. Lord Melbourne led the left-leaning Whig Party, which dominated British parliament and political discourse for most of the nineteenth century. The party would eventually form a coalition that would become the contemporary British Liberal Party.

The Queen and the Prime Minister enjoyed a very close relationship, much like a father and a daughter. Having lost her father at such a young age, the young Queen was significantly impacted by Lord Melbourne’s tutorship. Their close relationship cultivated rumors of a budding romance between the two, the Prime Minister being forty years the Queen’s senior, though they were likely unfounded.

In 1841, Lord Melbourne’s Whigs had lost the general election to Parliament, and Victoria had been married for a year. The Queen’s ear and companionship quickly fell to her new husband, with whom she was infatuated, and her relationship with the former Prime Minister dwindled.

The political contrast between the two men is rooted in their compassion for the less fortunate, in which the Prince greatly surpassed the Prime Minister. Though he did not feel very welcomed, the Prince evidently had the Queen’s ear – a position more powerful than any title.

queen victoria's husband's name
queen victoria’s husband’s name


 Queen Victoria married Albert on February 10, 1840, at St. James Palace in London. At first, the British public and the aristocracy thought little of Albert. While he was born of European royalty, his family was not wealthy or powerful. He was often portrayed as someone marrying for prestige or money. Albert was quite intelligent, however, and was devoted to helping his wife serve as monarch. Over time he became an indispensable aide to the queen, advising her on political and diplomatic affairs.

Victoria and Albert had nine children, and by all accounts, their marriage was very happy. They loved being together, sometimes sketching or listening to music. The royal family was portrayed as the ideal family, and setting an example for the British public was considered a major part of their role.
Albert also contributed to a tradition familiar to Americans. His German family brought trees into the house at Christmas, and he introduced that tradition to Britain. The Christmas tree at Windsor Castle created a fashion in Britain that was carried across the ocean.

Queen Victoria’s proposal

Writing in her journal about the proposal, Victoria recalled: “I said to him that I thought he must be aware why I wished him to come here, and that it would make me too happy if he would consent to what I wished (to marry me); we embraced each other over and over again, and he was so kind, so affectionate; oh! To feel I was, and am, loved by such an angel as Albert.”

And so began a love affair as passionate as the one portrayed by Jenna Coleman and Tom Hughes in Victoria. While it would be easy to presume the programme makers had ramped things up to increase ratings, we know from Victoria’s journal and correspondence between the couple that their desire for each other was very real. And this is despite their daughter Beatrice doctoring her mother’s diaries to remove all mention of bedroom talk.

In a letter written shortly after their engagement, when Albert had returned to Germany briefly, he wrote: “I need not tell you that since we left, all my thoughts have been with you at Windsor, and that your image fills my whole soul. Even in my dreams I never imagined that I should find so much love on earth.”

queen victoria's husband's name
queen victoria’s husband’s name

Victoria and Albert’s wedding

On 10 February 1840, Queen Victoria married Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (he later took the title of Prince Consort). They were married at the Chapel Royal, St. James Palace in London. This was the first marriage of a reigning English Queen since Queen Mary in 1554.
Victoria arrived at the chapel as part of a long carriage procession from Buckingham Palace. Albert was escorted by a squadron of his senior cavalry, while 12 bridesmaids carried Victoria’s train. As Victoria’s father had died when she was a child, she was given away by her favourite uncle, Prince Augustus Frederick, the Duke of Sussex.
After the ceremony, the married couple and the carriage procession travelled to the Queen‘s residence at Windsor Castle.

When did Prince Albert die?

Perhaps the biggest indicator of Albert’s continued presence on Victoria is the timeline. In the season three finale, viewers were treated to the opening day of the Great Exhibition—a ceremony, which took place in real life on May 1, 1851. While Victoria certainly plays with timelines a bit, placing Albert’s death immediately after the opening of the Crystal Palace would short the Prince Consort a full decade of life, meaning that if the show does garner a fourth season, we’ll likely see the return of Victoria’s beloved.

“My husband won’t die, for that would kill me.”

As for the real Prince Albert’s death, exactly when the symptoms of his fatal illness started is not

entirely clear to history—notes of purchase from both the Prince himself and the royal physicians showed orders of increasingly potent medications to deal with Albert’s long-standing digestive

issues as early as the summer of 1861—but by December of that year there could be no doubt that Albert was in serious condition.

For weeks, Albert’s health had been going downhill, devolving into fever and delirium. His doctors argued over the possible causes, citing “low” fever, a form of gastric infection, or the mundane rigors of stress and overworking himself, a trait for which he was famous in both his professional and personal circles.


Interestingly, he had told his wife not long before the onset of his illness, “I do not cling to life. You do; but I set no store by it. If I knew that those I love were well cared for, I should be quite ready to die tomorrow … I am sure if I had a severe illness,And I should give up at once. Then, I should not struggle for life. I have no tenacity for life.”

Yet cling Albert did; for the final two weeks of his life, the Prince Consort moved from room to room in Windsor, glassy-eyed and unwell, attended regularly by his doctors as well as his third

child, Alice, who served as her father’s nursemaid during his infirmity.

Even at the worst of his illness, Victoria remained stubbornly hopeful, telling one of Albert’s

doctors,”My husband won’t die, for that would kill me.”

Nonetheless, after several days of alternating improvement and decline, on the evening of December 14, 1861 the Prince Consort died at the age of 42, surrounded by his family and his doting wife, Victoria.

queen victoria’s husband’s name

 facts about Queen Victoria

1) Queen Victoria was born on 24 May 1819 in Kensington Palace in London, England. Her full name was Alexandrina Victoria.

2) Queen Victoria was born to an English father, Edward, Duke of Kent, and a German mother, Princess Maria Louisa Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfald.

3) Victoria became Queen of England in June 1837, when she was just 18 years old. Her coronation took place at Westminster Abbey a year later in June 1838, where everyone cheered “Long live the Queen!”

4) Did you know that Queen Victoria was a linguist? She spoke fluent English and German, and studied other languages, too, including French, Italian and Latin. Later in life, she also learnt the Indian language of Hindustani. Impressive, eh?!

5) Queen Victoria’s husband was Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha – her first cousin, who she married in February 1840. The royal couple first met four years earlier, a few days before Victoria’s 17th birthday party.

6) Victoria and Albert had a whopping nine children together – their names were Victoria, Edward, Alice, Alfred, Helena, Louise, Arthur, Leopold and Beatrice.

queen victoria's husband's name
queen victoria’s husband’s name

facts about Queen Victoria

7) Albert died in December 1861, when the Queen was 42 years old. The Queen never recovered

from his death, and dressed in black as a sign of mourning for the rest of her life.

8) Ruling for over 60 years, Victoria would become the longest reigning British Monarch, and Queen of the biggest empire in history. During her time as Queen, the British Empire included Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa and India.

9) There are lots of famous places and sites around the world named after this famous British Queen, such as the state of Queensland in Australia, Victoria Falls in Zambia and Zimbabwe,

the city of Victoria in Canada, and Victoria Square in Athens, Greece.

10) After a long and eventful life, Queen Victoria died in January 1901, aged 81. She was buried beside her husband Albert at Frogmore Mausoleum near Windsor.

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