Queen Victoria: Journaling, Her Relationship with Her Mother and Step Father, the Kensington System, Forcibly Relinquishing the Crown at Age 16, British Prime Minister Lord Melbourne and Victoria’s Relationship, the Bedchamber Crisis, Marriage and Deep Affection Toward Cousin Prince Albert, Prince Albert’s Growing Influence, and History Repeating Itself with Victoria and Her Daughter Princess Victoria

Throughout her reign, Queen Victoria always found time for her journal. She used her pen therapeutically to express her innermost thoughts, making her writing more than just a record of events. If Queen Victoria’s work was to be bound as a set, it would consist of more than 700 volumes, which is more than 50,000,000 (50 million) words. Queen Victoria loathed her mother, Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld the Duchess of Kent, and had done so since her teenage years. After becoming Queen, Q...

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