It was thought that Queen Victoria's wedding coronet was set to leave the UK in the hands of a foreign buyer last year, as the piece went to auction; thankfully, however, the circlet has been saved and is to go on display at the V&A
Today, The Queen and Prince Philip recreated the historic train journey made by Queen Victoria in 1842; the Sovereign and Prince Consort marked the first train journey by a British Monarch by travelling from Slough to London Paddington on a Great Western Railway train -
The Culture Minister has temporarily banned Queen Victoria's wedding coronet from leaving its home here in the UK, in the hope a British buyer can be found.
The coronet is a diamond and sapphire piece, which was given to the young Queen by her husband, Prince
Queen Victoria's dirty laundry is to be laid bare next week - when a pair of her undergarments will be sold at auction.
The underwear will be sold alongside nightdresses, stockings and hats worn by Victoria and her daughter, Princess Alice, which are currently being held at the
Known for its role in the lives of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, Osborne House lies on the Isle of Wight. Royal History.
Owned by Lady Isabella Blachford, Victoria and Albert bought it in 1845 for £28,000 to use as a summer residence and country retreat, Sir Robert