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Queen Victoria was born on the twenty-fourth of May eighteen-nineteen in London, at Kensington Palace. When she was a baby, she spoke German. But she learnt to speak English and French at the age of three. Victoria didn\'t go to school but she studied History, Geography and the Bible.

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Victoria\'s public life

Queen Victoria became queen at the age of eighteen in eighteen thirty-seven and her coronation was in eighteen thirty-eight. The monarch who reigned before Queen Victoria was her uncle, William IV. She lived in Buckingham Palace, Obsborne House (Isle of White) and Balmoral Castle.

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Queen Victoria married her cousin, Albert of Saxe-Coburg Gotha, a German Prince on the tenth for Febrary eighteen fourty. She had nine children (with him). After Albert\'s death in 1861, Victoria wore black clothes.
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Queen Victoria became Empress of India in eighteen seventy-six. She died on January the tenth nineteen O one at Obsorne House on the Isle of Wight. She was 81.

The monarch who reigned after Queen Victoria\'s death was her son Edward VII (the seventh).

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