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Saturday, 1 November 2008


Today is the 144th birthday of Grand Duchess Elizabeth, whose birth shocked her grandmother, Queen Victoria, because the Queen felt her daughter - Princess Alice - should have waited longer before having a second child. The Queen was in for an even greater shock when she discovered that Alice had chosen to breast-feed her baby - something that the Queen considered unpleasant for anyone, and for a princess unneccessary and demeaning! So great was the Queen's annoyance that she ordered a cow in the royal dairy to be named Alice!

2 comments:

Cinderella said...

Queen Victoria was a bit of a busybody, wasn't she!

Christina said...

Indeed she was, but you can't help but love her! :-)