Albert's Favorite Portrait of Queen Victoria

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Sexy Queen Victoria.jpg
Queen Victoria Sexy Portrait.jpg
Sexy Queen Victoria.jpg

Albert's Favorite Portrait of Queen Victoria

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The portrait was painted in 1843 by Franz Xaver Winterhalter, commissioned by Victoria and given to Prince Albert, her beloved husband. Albert thought it was so daring that he kept it in a private room at Windsor Castle and did not let anyone else view it. Even after Victoria’s death, the painting considered to be too overtly sexual to be shown to the public. Its existence was not revealed until 1977, more than 130 years after it was painted. This portrait is beautiful and shows a relaxed side of Queen Victoria. The necklace is long and perfect for sweaters. It comes in a high quality setting with domed glass frame. Comes with VDC pouch and extra something!

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