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By: Victoria Douglas
   Was Queen of England at age 18   Her father died shortly after she was    born   Had the longest reign
   Became queen because her 3 uncles    never had children that lived   Queen victoria’s crown
   Born on May 24th, 1819   Died on January 22, 1901 at the age of 81
   Married Prince Albert in 1840   Had 9 children with Albert   Went into depression when Albert died in 1861    at the...
   Queen Victoria was known for flinging her tea    across the room if it wasn’t how she liked it.
   Her children are:     Victoria     Edward     Alice ( died first)     Alfred     Helena     Louise     Arthur  ...
   Lord Melbourne was the Prime minister and    treated Victoria like his own daughter. He    would tell her how to rule ...
   2 in 1842   1 in 1849   1 in 1850   1 in 1872   1 in 1882   Never killed her she died because of bad health
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  1. 1. By: Victoria Douglas
  2. 2.  Was Queen of England at age 18 Her father died shortly after she was born Had the longest reign
  3. 3.  Became queen because her 3 uncles never had children that lived Queen victoria’s crown
  4. 4.  Born on May 24th, 1819 Died on January 22, 1901 at the age of 81
  5. 5.  Married Prince Albert in 1840 Had 9 children with Albert Went into depression when Albert died in 1861 at the age of 42 Prince Albert never proposed to Victoria cause he wasn’t allowed to so Victoria had to propose to him Prince Albert was her cousin
  6. 6.  Queen Victoria was known for flinging her tea across the room if it wasn’t how she liked it.
  7. 7.  Her children are:  Victoria  Edward  Alice ( died first)  Alfred  Helena  Louise  Arthur  Leopold  Beatrice
  8. 8.  Lord Melbourne was the Prime minister and treated Victoria like his own daughter. He would tell her how to rule the country and how to avoid the harsh realities of British life. He even told her not to read “Oliver Twist” by Charles Dickens because it dealt with paupers, criminals, and other unpleasant subjects.
  9. 9.  2 in 1842 1 in 1849 1 in 1850 1 in 1872 1 in 1882 Never killed her she died because of bad health
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