Pop on your history hats as we learn about one of Britain’s most famous historical figures – Queen Victoria!

Here you’ll find our top ten facts about Queen Victoria, who until very recently was the longest-reigning queen in history – beaten only by our very own Queen Elizabeth II!

10 facts about Queen Victoria

1) Queen Victoria was born on 24 May 1819 in Kensington Palace in London, England. Her full name was Alexandrina Victoria.

2) Queen Victoria was born to an English father, Edward, Duke of Kent, and a German mother, Princess Maria Louisa Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfald.

3) Victoria became Queen of England in June 1837, when she was just 18 years old. Her coronation took place at Westminster Abbey a year later in June 1838, where everyone cheered “Long live the Queen!”

4) Did you know that Queen Victoria was a linguist? She spoke fluent English and German, and studied other languages, too, including French, Italian and Latin. Later in life, she also learnt the Indian language of Hindustani. Impressive, eh?!

5) Queen Victoria’s husband was Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha – her first cousin, who she married in February 1840. The royal couple first met four years earlier, a few days before Victoria’s 17th birthday party.

6) Victoria and Albert had a whopping nine children together – their names were Victoria, Edward, Alice, Alfred, Helena, Louise, Arthur, Leopold and Beatrice.

7) Albert died in December 1861, when the Queen was 42 years old. The Queen never recovered from his death, and dressed in black as a sign of mourning for the rest of her life.

8) Ruling for over 60 years, Victoria would become the longest reigning British Monarch, and Queen of the biggest empire in history. During her time as Queen, the British Empire included Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa and India.

9) There are lots of famous places and sites around the world named after this famous British Queen, such as the state of Queensland in Australia, Victoria Falls in Zambia and Zimbabwe, the city of Victoria in Canada, and Victoria Square in Athens, Greece.

10) After a long and eventful life, Queen Victoria died in January 1901, aged 81. She was buried beside her husband Albert at Frogmore Mausoleum near Windsor.

The life of Queen Victoria – in a comic!

Check out more Queen Victoria facts in this comic about her life…

Ten Facts About Queen Victoria




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  • Derryn

    This is amazing! It helped me alot with my homework.

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    the comic is funny and helpfull

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  • Vania

    These are cool and interesting facts about queen Victoria

  • brenna

    the comic was awesome thanks for everything you do you rock

  • Evie Stewart

    So amazing

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  • Chantelle

    Nice work Victorians is my first topic in year 6 in moorland primary scool.

  • Pip

    Queen Victoria and Prince Albert were very romantic and that comic strip was hilarious!

  • sarah

    amazing facts love it!

  • Greg

    Very funny!

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  • William Tillman

    Simply spectacular

  • Tegancleaver7

    Wow awesome facts

  • Rawr

    Although this is true, a prince from India or Egypt or anywhere Arabic ruled for 84 years!! That was a long time ago and he first started ruling when he was only a baby!!!

  • Norahcake5

    awesome facts about queen Victoria this helped me to do my homework!!!!!

  • Maya

    I loved the comic it was so funny but the writing was a bit to small. I zoomed in though.

  • Madyha

    awesome and interesting

  • Charlotte

    funny comic indeed cool facts as well sooooooooo cool :)

  • Rosela

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    Cool, amazing I really leant something LOL

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  • CoralReef

    It is sad that Albert died.

  • Dorky girl

    This comic could be a little bit bigger but other than that... OMG!!!! So cool

  • Mano

    I'll have fun showing off my general knowledge with these cool facts!

  • Cara

    These are some really good fact love them my teacher said they are the best facts

  • Isla

    Really interesting