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  1. Johanna Clara Louise Lehzen, also known as Baroness Louise Lehzen, was the governess and later companion to Queen Victoria. Born to a Lutheran pastor in Hanover, in 1819 Lehzen entered the household of the Duke of Kent, fourth son of King George III. Five years later, Lehzen was appointed governess to his only child, Princess Alexandrina Victoria. The young princess became second-in-line to the British throne in 1827. Victoria's upbringing was dominated by the controlling ...

  2. The Baroness was dismissed by Victoria at Albert's request. The Prince believed that Louise was trying to get his daughter Victoria, the Princess Royal, ill. The young royal had been exposed to cold air, which subsequently gave her a cold and Lehzen had been the one to insist on the windows' being opened.

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    The first series depicts the first few years of the reign of Queen Victoria (portrayed by Jenna Coleman), from her accession to the British throne at the age of eighteen, to her intense friendship and infatuation with her favourite advisor Lord Melbourne (Rufus Sewell), to her courtship and early marriage to Prince Albert (Tom Hughes) of Germany, and finally to the birth of their firstborn child and eldest daughter, Victoria, Princess Royal. The second series follows Queen Victoria's struggles to balance her queenly role as the youngest monarch with her duties to her husband and children, various dramas within the English and German branches of the royal family, international relations with France, and such crises as the Anglo-Afghan War and the 1840s Faminein Ireland. At the beginning of the third series, Victoria and Albert have six children and are approaching their 30s while navigating difficulties in their marriage; as the series progresses, these tensions ebb and flow. Subplot...

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    1. Jenna Coleman as Queen Victoria 2. Tom Hughes as Prince Consort Albert 3. Peter Bowles as the Duke of Wellington(series 1–3) 4. Catherine Flemming as the Duchess of Kent(series 1–2) 5. Daniela Holtz as Baroness Lehzen(series 1–2) 6. Nell Hudson as Nancy Skerrett(series 1–3) 7. Ferdinand Kingsley as Mr Francatelli(series 1–3) 8. Tommy Knightas Archibald Brodie 9. Nigel Lindsay as Sir Robert Peel(series 1–2) 10. Eve Myles as Mrs Jenkins(series 1) 11. David Oakes as Prince Ernest(series 1–2)...

    Recurring

    1. Peter Ivatts as William Howley, the Archbishop of Canterbury 2. Tom Price as the Duke of Sutherland(series 1–2) 3. Robin Soans as Sir James Clark(series 1–2) 4. Samantha Colleyas Eliza Skerrett (series 1–2) 5. Andrew Bicknell as the Duke of Coburg(series 1–2) 6. Hallie Woodhall (series 2) and Louisa Bay (series 3) as Princess Vicky 7. Mac Jackson (series 2) and Laurie Shepherd (series 3) as Prince Bertie 8. John Tueart as the Speaker of the House (series 2–3)

    Development

    The series was announced in September 2015, following Coleman's decision to leave Doctor Who to join the cast as Queen Victoria. Daisy Goodwin said in October 2016 that a Christmas special episode for the 2016 series had been proposed and was rejected by ITV; one was subsequently commissioned for 2017 after the rising ratings popularity for Victoria. In September 2016, ITV renewed Victoria for a second series, followed by a Christmas special. In December 2017, Victoria was renewed for a third...

    Filming

    Much of Victoria is filmed in Yorkshire. The interiors of Castle Howard double as Kensington Palace, Harewood House stands in for Buckingham Palace, with Bramham Park and Wentworth Woodhouse also being in use for both royal residences. Carlton Towers is in use as Windsor Castle, while Beverley Minster replaces Westminster Abbey. Other locations include Raby Castle, Allerton Castle, Newby Hall and Whitby pier. Church Fenton Studios, a converted aircraft hangar at Leeds East Airport near Selby,...

    Music

    The theme song is by Martin Phipps, sung by the Mediæval Bæbes. Phipps also wrote and conducted incidental music for the early episodes. For later episodes the conducting role was undertaken by Ruth Barrett. An official soundtrack for the first series was released on 12 January 2017. On 23 February 2019, Barrett has posted via her instagram, she will be releasing a second official soundtrack to accompany the second and third series.The second official soundtrack was released 22 February 2019...

    Broadcast

    The eight-episode first series premiered on ITV on 28 August 2016 in the UK, and on PBS on 15 January 2017 in the United States as part of Masterpiece. The series premiered on 4 April 2017 in Canada on Vision TV, and January 2019 on ViuTV6in Hong Kong. The eight-episode second series premiered on ITV on 27 August 2017, and on PBS on 14 January 2018.The second series premiered in Canada on 26 September 2018 on Vision TV. The eight-episode third series was broadcast on PBS from 13 January to 3...

    Home media

    In Region 2, the first series of Victoria was released on DVD and Blu-ray on 10 October 2016. The second series was released on DVD and Blu-ray on 13 November 2017.The 2017 feature-length Christmas Special was released on DVD 26 December 2017. In Region 1, the first series of Victoria was released on DVD and Blu-ray on 31 January 2017. The second series of Victoriawas released on DVD and Blu-ray on 30 January 2018.

    Critical reception

    The critics' reviews of the first series have been positive. On Rotten Tomatoes, the first series holds a rating of 80%, based on 40 reviews, with an average rating of 6.77/10. The site's consensus reads, "Strong performances by Jenna Coleman and Rufus Sewell hint at Downton-esque potential for Victoria, but the narrative falls just shy of that soapy mark". The second series holds a rating of 87%, based on 15 reviews, with an average rating of 6.17/10. The site's consensus reads, "Victoria's...

    Historical accuracy

    Victoria's writer Daisy Goodwin said that the drama was inspired by real events, "whether they are assassination attempts, the repeal of the Corn Laws, or the terrible potato famine. All the big building blocks of the series are true." The Duchess of Sutherland is inaccurately depicted as carrying on an improbable romance with prince (later duke) Ernest of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, who is also inaccurately depicted as being unmarried at the time. Margaret Clunie told RadioTimes.com: "Harriet Sut...

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  3. 25/10/2017 · Baroness Louise Lehzen was at Queen Victoria’s side from the moment she was born and was her most faithful and constant companion, serving as her governess and later as her advisor.

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  4. 31/10/2021 · Meet The Victorian Baroness for a 'deliciously entertaining' Afternoon Tea Etiquette demonstration, perfect for Hotels, Zoom Talks & Afternoon Tea Venues. Your guests can join in as they learn the DO's and DONT's of Teatime etiquette and become the Crème de la Crème of the Tea Party.

  5. Jane Spencer, Baroness Churchill VA (née Conyngham; 1 June 1826 – 24 December 1900) was an English aristocrat and companion of Queen Victoria. From 1854 to her death, Churchill served as a Lady of the Bedchamber to Victoria; this made her the longest serving

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