How Many Kids Did Queen Victoria Have?

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Queen Victoria had nine children: Victoria, Albert Edward, Alice, Alfred, Helena, Louise, Arthur, Leopold, and Beatrice
Relationship: married her first cousin, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha in 1840
Queen Victoria's nearly 64-year reign (1837-1901) was the longest in British history. She presided over a period of British industrial progress, artistic successes and political empire-building which became known as the Victorian Era. Victoria was on... More>>
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Queen Victoria died on 22nd January 1901.
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He is called Prince Albert and they had 9 children.I think :
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Modern writers have pointed out that He died of Renal Failure or Cancer. The cause listed at the time of his death was typhoid fever. died of scurvy.
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Queen Victoria and her Prince Albert had 9 children, 4 boys and 5 girls to be precise. Their names are Victoria Adelaide Mary Louise, Edward Albert, Alice Maud Mary, Alfred Ernest Albert, Helena Augusta Victoria, Louise Caroline Alberta, Arthur William Patrick Albert, Leopold George Duncan Albert, and Beatrice Mary Victoria Feodor.
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