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Princess Beatrice of Battenberg (1857-1944), Fifth and youngest daughter of Queen Victoria; wife of Prince Henry of Battenberg

Sitter in 98 portraits
Beatrice, the youngest daughter of Queen Victoria, was called 'Baby' by her mother well into adult life. Her father, the Prince Consort died when she was just four years old, and thereafter Beatrice's chief role was as the comfort and companion of her mother. She acted as Queen Victoria's secretary until her death in 1901. Indeed, the Queen only gave her consent to Beatrice's marriage to Prince Henry of Battenberg on condition that the couple made their home with her.

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x32972

Princess Beatrice of Battenberg

by W. & D. Downey
albumen cabinet card, circa 1878
NPG x32972

x87003

Princess Beatrice of Battenberg

by W. & D. Downey
albumen cabinet card, circa 1878
NPG x87003

x76537

Princess Beatrice of Battenberg; Queen Victoria

by Arthur James ('A.J.') Melhuish
albumen cabinet card, 1879
NPG x76537

x95862

Princess Beatrice of Battenberg

by Alexander Bassano
half-plate glass negative, 1880?
NPG x95862

x32717

Queen Victoria; Princess Beatrice of Battenberg

by Alexander Bassano
albumen cabinet card, May 1882
NPG x32717

x9208

Queen Victoria; Princess Beatrice of Battenberg

by Alexander Bassano
albumen cabinet card, May 1882
NPG x9208

x95859

Princess Beatrice of Battenberg

by Alexander Bassano
half-plate glass negative, 1882
NPG x95859

x95860

Princess Beatrice of Battenberg

by Alexander Bassano
half-plate glass negative, 1882
NPG x95860

x95861

Princess Beatrice of Battenberg

by Alexander Bassano
half-plate glass negative, 1882
NPG x95861

x32971

Princess Beatrice of Battenberg

by Alexander Bassano
albumen cabinet card, mid 1880s
NPG x32971

x32973

Princess Beatrice of Battenberg

by Alexander Bassano
albumen cabinet card, mid 1880s
NPG x32973

Ax16146

Princess Beatrice of Battenberg

by William Downey, for W. & D. Downey, published by Cassell & Company, Ltd
carbon print, 1885, published 1893
NPG Ax16146

x197443

Princess Beatrice of Battenberg

by Ladislas Nievsky (Niewsky), for London Stereoscopic & Photographic Company
albumen cabinet card, 1887
NPG x197443

x8744

Princess Beatrice of Battenberg

by Hughes & Mullins
albumen cabinet card, 1890s
NPG x8744

x8493

Princess Beatrice of Battenberg

by Robert Milne
printing-out paper print on card mount, 1890s
NPG x8493

x24836

Queen Victoria on holiday with members of her family

by Numa Blanc Fils
albumen panel card, 10 April 1890
NPG x24836

x32974

Princess Beatrice of Battenberg

by James Russell & Sons
carbon print, published 7 March 1891
NPG x32974

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