The Princes Edward and Richard in the Tower, 1878 by John Everett Millais
The Second Wars of the Roses: A Solution at Last to the Murders of the Princes in the Tower... Part 2
The Second Wars of the Roses : Who Murdered the Princes in the Tower? Part 2
prince consort albert | Prince Albert Consort to Queen Victoria Photographic Print
Queen Elizabeth I’s Ring. Gold, mother-of-pearl, rubies, and enamel, c.1560. According to tradition this ring was dedicated to James I (James VI of Scotland) as evidence of the Queen’s death and given by him to 1st Earl of Home in 1603.
Queen Victoria with Prince Eddie-Duke of Clarence, Princess Alix of Hesse (later Tsarina Alexandrovna, wife of Czar Nicholas II), Princess Beatrice–Queen Victoria’s youngest daughter, German granddaughter of Queen Victoria by terrie
HRH Prince Albert & Queen Victoria she loved him deeply, and plunged into a deep grief upon his death she never quite recovered from.
Why the princes in the tower are staying six feet under
In 1674, skeletons of 2 children were discovered under the staircase leading to the chapel at the Tower of London. Believed to be the remains of the "Princes in the Tower", the skeletons were buried, on the orders of Charles II, in Westminster Abbey. In 1933, the grave was re-opened & the skeletons determined to be those of 2 young children, one aged 7 to 11 & the other 11 to 13. Therefore, the skeletons could belong to the missing Princes. If only the Queen would allow DNA examinations!
Post-Mortem Photograph of Queen Victoria, above her a Post-Mortem photograph of her beloved Prince Albert.