Queen of the United Kingdom from 1837 to 1901. A national emblem of morality, she had a longer reign than any other queen and oversaw a period of great expansion in the British Empire.
She reigned for nearly sixty-four years.
She and Queen Elizabeth II were both English monarchs.
She was raised in solitude under her mother's "Kensington System" of discipline.
She married Prince Albert in 1840 and had five daughters (Princesses Victoria, Alice, Helena, Louise, and Beatrice) and four sons (King Edward VII, Duke Alfred, and Princes Arthur and Leopold).
- The meaning of the name Victoria: Winner, Conqueror