prince consort


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prince consort

the husband of a female sovereign, who is himself a prince
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He had often spoken of his frustration at being denied the title of King instead of Prince Consort. In Denmark, a princess traditionally becomes queen when her husband takes the throne, but a man does not become king when the roles are reversed.
The Moelview Stud, based on a 150-acre farm at Tyddyn Garreg, Tabor, Dolgellau, sold Prince Consort in 2011.
The ChoirFest runs until Saturday at Dubai College, and visitors can participate in various workshops ranging from beat boxing lessons and perfecting the art of conducting, to mastering piano techniques and special singing master classes with The Prince Consort.
Julienne and Nicole looked as pretty as a picture next to the handsome Prince consort Ben Wragg at the school's 150th anniversary gala.
He does not hold the title Prince Consort, which was given by Queen Victoria to her husband Prince Albert.
Occasionally the author seems a bit unsure of his politics and exaggerates the Queen's collapse after the Prince Consort's death: she never ceased doing her constitutional duties.
The young prince consort is found murdered and his mother, the queen, soon dies of a broken heart.
Prince Albert, the Prince Consort, was involved in the decision to institute the Victoria Cross but the manufacturers designed it.
Q QUEEN Victoria's husband Prince Albert (pictured) was given the title Prince Consort, and Camilla may one
Harold Brooks-Baker, of Burkes Peerage, said: 'Queen Victoria wanted to honour him by letting it be known that he should be called Prince Consort.
Here, Rui Chafes's sculpture was displayed in three quite different spaces: one outside a traditional museum space, the Coleccao Berardo, which houses a collection of twentieth-century art; outdoors, as well, at the Parque da Pena, an enormous garden with ponds and man-made grottoes where the sculptures were placed in direct relation to the landscape's natural and artificial elements alike; and, finally, the interior spaces of the Palacio da Pena, created (as was the park) in the second half of the nineteenth century by a prince consort of German origin, married to Maria II of Portugal and an enthusiast of romantic and esoteric ideas.
nWillie Ryan was the man in form at the Midlands track, completing a 133-1 treble aboard Prince Consort, writes Will O'Hanlon.