This is a list of Queen Victoria's 9 children and their descendants, along with small facts about them, whether they escaped Queen Victoria's gene for hemophilia B or not (Queen Victoria's was most likely spontaneous; also, the gene is located on the X chromosome: females have 2, males have 1), and the Hetalia characters aside from England that may have known them. This list will be broken up into several parts because there's so much to say about them. I'll list the older set (the three oldest children) here, the in-betweeners (the three middle children) in the next post, and the younger set (the last three children) in the post after that. Note: I'm going to say the most about Alice, the third child in the older set because I know her th…Read more >
I've researched Queen Victoria, one of England's bosses. Apparently, her 9 kids (and her many grandchildren) married into so many royal houses across Europe (Spain, Germany, Russia), and I can't help but feel sorry for England because he got tied to so many European nations, including some who were against him in World War I. Does anyone feel sorry for England now, especially with Queen Victoria's matchmaking?
This is a series of blog posts I plan to do that talks about the royal families of Europe during the 1800s, and how the Hetalia characters might have felt about them. This is my very first blog post, so I hope it's good.Read more >