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Prince Consort's statue unveiling
Memorialising Albert

Prince Albert's lasting influence can be seen in many mediums


The Albert Room, Windsor Castle 


Albumen print | 15.9 x 20.6 cm (image) | RCIN 2100607

Photograph of the interior of the Albert Room (also known as the Blue Room, F202), Windsor Castle, looking towards the window. There are two beds, decorated with dried flowers and grasses and separated by a bust of Albert, the Prince Consort. By the windows are a dressing table and chair. After Prince Albert's death in this room, Queen Victoria kept everything remaining as it was when he died, and ensured that fresh water and soap, and clothes, were provided every day, until her death. Coincidentally this bedroom was also the room in which George III died in 1830 and also William IV died in 1837.