Alexandra Queen Consort (1844)
- Category : Notable-Famous-Royal-family
- Type : MGE
- Profile : 4/6 - Opportunistic / Role Model
- Definition : Split - Small (6,35)
- Incarnation Cross : RAX Planning 4
Danish royalty, the eldest daughter of Prince Christian of Glucksburg. She was 18 when her dad became King of Denmark and her brother George the King of Greece. On 3/10/1863, she married Albert Edward, Prince of Wales. In 1901 her husband became Edward VII, King of Great Britain and Ireland and they were coroneted in Westminster Abbey on 8/09/1902.
Her singular beauty and charm won her immense popularity which continued all her life. Both as princess and queen, she was noted for her charities. Though active in the social obligations of her position, she was happiest with the country life of their home in Sandringham with their horses and dogs. They had three sons and three daughters.
Upon the death of Edward VII on 5/06/1910, she withdrew into comparative retirement though she continued her interest in the London Hospital and in many schemes to alleviate suffering.
She died 11/20/1925, Sandringham, England and was buried at Windsor.