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The OG keychain of Wolf & Rebel! She’s been here since the start and is our most popular.
My favourite thing is when I’m doing pop ups and people catch a glimpse of it and laugh. It’s such a genuine moment! 🥰
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Alexandra of Denmark, nicknamed Alix, was born on December 1, 1844, in Copenhagen, as a princess of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, and daughter of the future Christian IX of Denmark and Louise of Hesse-Cassel. Alexandra married Edward, Prince of Wales, son of Queen Victoria, in March 1863; her brother George was elected King of Greece later that month and her father, chosen heir of Frederick VII, took the Danish throne in December of that same year. Thus, once her sister Dagmar married the Tsarevich of Russia and her sister Tira, the Crown Prince of Hanover, Alexandra was related to almost all European royal families. Alix and Edward had six children: Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale; George (future George V); Louise, Duchess of Fife; Victori; Maud, Queen Consort of Norway, and Alexander Jonh. As Princess of Wales, Alexandra was well seen by the British people, making several trips and charities in the name of the Queen. In private life, Alexandra was a very affectionate mother and felt very much the deaths of her children Albert Victor and Alexander Jonh. Alix also was very attached to her dogs. However, her relationship with Edward was a bit disturbed; while the princess remained faithful, Edward had several mistresses, being Alice Keppel, whom Alexandra tolerated, the most famous of them. With the death of Queen Victoria in 1901, Edward ascended the throne, which made Alexandra his Queen-Empress consort. As a Queen, Alexandra's routine changed a little and she spent a lot of time with her grandchildren; Edward avoided sharing diplomatic matters with his wife because of her anti-German sentiment. Edward VII passed away in 1910, making of Alexandra the Queen Mother. Alix, although giving space to her daughter-in-law, the new Queen, kept her public duties for some time; however, during World War I, Alexandra, who always had a youthful appearance, aged quickly and began to present health problems more frequently. Alix became increasingly dependent on her daughter Victoria, whom she never let marry. Alexandra died on November 20, 1925, at the age of 80, at Sandringham House. She‘s buried in St. George's Chapel, Windsor, next to her husband.
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😭😭, I miss them so much 💕🥰.
I miss #sussextober 😫. I hope we get a tour this year with #babysussex.
How’re you coping ? I’m look back at old pictures from the tour💞 when we got to see them everyday day even though the time difference was quite bad .
These watercolour drawings of Windsor Castle were created by Paul Sandby between 1760 and 1775. They form part of an impressive visual record during the reign of George III. Paul’s brother Thomas, was a deputy ranger of Windsor Great Park between 1746 and 1798. During this time, the Sandby brothers made a series of drawings of Windsor Castle and buildings within the Great Park. Some of these iconic viewpoints can still be appreciated today. The Castle is open to the public – check opening times and buy tickets on our website: www.rct.uk