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Beatrice - Princess de Battenberg 1857 - The Princess Beatrice (Beatrice Mary Victoria

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Beatrice - Princess de Battenberg 1857 - The Princess Beatrice (Beatrice Mary Victoria

Beatrice - Princess de Battenberg 1857 - The Princess Beatrice (Beatrice Mary Victoria Feodore; 14 April 1857 - 26 October 1944) was a member of the British Royal Family, the fifth daughter and youngest child of Queen Victoria, famous for editing the journals and diaries of Queen Victoria after her death. From her marriage in 1885 until 1917 she was known as Princess Henry of Battenberg.
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This print showcases the elegant and regal presence of Beatrice - Princess de Battenberg, a prominent member of the British Royal Family. Born on April 14,1857, she was the fifth daughter and youngest child of Queen Victoria. Renowned for her exceptional editing skills, Princess Beatrice played a significant role in preserving her mother's legacy by meticulously editing her journals and diaries after Queen Victoria's passing. The photograph captures Princess Beatrice in all her grace and poise, radiating an air of sophistication that befits her royal status. Her refined features are accentuated by the exquisite Victorian-era attire she adorns, reflecting the fashion trends prevalent during that time. In 1885, Princess Beatrice entered into matrimony with Prince Henry of Battenberg until 1917 when he tragically lost his life during World War I. Throughout this period, she was known as Princess Henry of Battenberg. This remarkable portrait not only immortalizes the beauty and charm possessed by Princess Beatrice but also serves as a testament to her dedication towards preserving history through her meticulous editorial work. The image provides us with a glimpse into an era long gone while reminding us of the enduring influence held by members of royalty throughout history.

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