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The Crystal Palace in Victoria

More 'Victoria' History, Season 3 Edition

Daniel Hautzinger

Season three of Victoria is over, but there's still a lot more history to explore. Learn about some of the people, events and medical trends of the day, from Emily Palmerston to the Great Exhibition to cruel pseudosciences. 
Victoria and Albert at the Great Exhibition. Photo: Justin Slee/ITV Plc for MASTERPIECE

'Victoria' Recap: Season 3 Episode 8

Daniel Hautzinger

With the opening of the Great Exhibition approaching, Albert is working himself to death to insure its success. Palmerston once again makes an unpopular decision, Feo miscalculates in her schemes, and Sophie has an enormous decision to make. 
Victoria and Albert. Photo: Justin Slee/ITV Plc for MASTERPIECE

'Victoria' Recap: Season 3 Episode 7

Daniel Hautzinger

An incident in Athens leads to an international crisis that threatens to end Palmerston's political career, while Albert undertakes an ambitious project to host a grand exhibition in London, despite public disapproval and the possibility of failure.
Albert and Victoria, season 3. Photo: Justin Slee/ITV Plc for MASTERPIECE

'Victoria' Recap: Season 3 Episode 6

Daniel Hautzinger

When private sketches of Victoria and Albert at home are leaked to the public, Victoria suffers an image crisis. Things finally come to a head between Victoria and Feo, widening the rift between Victoria and Albert.
Jenna Coleman as Victoria. Photo: Justin Slee/ITV Plc for MASTERPIECE

'Victoria' Recap: Season 3 Episode 5

Daniel Hautzinger

Victoria decides to visit Ireland, becoming the first English monarch to do so in centuries. Albert, of course, doubts that the trip will be effective, given that calls for Irish independence are increasing – and the disagreement affects their marriage.
A Chartist mass demonstration in 'Victoria'

The History Behind Season Three of 'Victoria'

Daniel Hautzinger

How accurate are the historical events depicted in Victoria? Learn about the real people who appear in this season, from Lord Palmerston to the father of contemporary epidemiology to the "Swedish Nightingale," and discover what the revolutions in the show were about.
Victoria and Francatelli. Photo: Justin Slee/ITV Plc for MASTERPIECE

'Victoria' Recap: Season 3 Episode 4

Daniel Hautzinger

A cholera outbreak strikes a neighborhood of London, and Victoria and Albert champion new scientific research to discover how the disease is spread. They do so separately, however, since they are not even on speaking terms as they continue to feud. 
Wealthy Victorians hosted elaborate feasts of multiple, extravagant courses, such as these ones prepared by Art and Chelsea Jackson

From Sheep's Head to Pheasant: Food in Victorian England

Daniel Hautzinger

While wealthy Victorians hosted elaborate, multi-course meals with expensive ingredients, the working class stretched the rare piece of meat as far as they could. Watch the owners of Pleasant House Pub prepare wealthy and working class Victorian meals – and yes, there is a sheep's head.
Jenna Coleman as Victoria. Photo:Justin Slee/ITV Plc for MASTERPIECE

'Victoria' Recap: Season 3 Episode 3

Daniel Hautzinger

The confines of a small island cause tensions to flare between Victoria and Albert and provide the perfect context for other noble intrigue, while Palmerston's enthusiastic welcoming of a democratic agitator to London in the queen's absence worries her.
Jenna Coleman as Victoria and Tom Hughes as Albert in Victoria. Photo: Aimee Spinks/ITV Plc for MASTERPIECE

'Victoria' Recap: Season 3 Episode 2

Daniel Hautzinger

As the Chartists prepare a mass demonstration on behalf of the working class, Victoria is forced to decide whether to trust her faith in the people or the concern of her advisors. Will Britain erupt in popular revolt like the other countries of Europe?
Lord Palmerston (Laurence Fox) in Victoria. Photo: Justin Slee/ITV Plc for MASTERPIECE

'Victoria' Recap: Season 3 Episode 1

Daniel Hautzinger

Victoria is back, but the queen's reign may be in danger. It's 1848, and liberal revolutions are sweeping away despots and the old order across Europe, starting with Victoria's sometime ally Louis Philippe of France. As Victoria faces popular unrest, a new political rival emerges. 
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, wearing a white belted coat by Canadian brand Line The Label, attend a photocall in the Sunken Gardens at Kensington Palace following the announcement of their engagement on November 27, 2017 in London, England. Photo: Anwar Hussein/Getty Images

Royal Rules: The Odd Restrictions the Royal Family Follows

Daniel Hautzinger

From who curtsys to whom to the various forms of deference shown to the queen to restrictions regarding travel and dress, the royal family has some unusual strictures that they follow. Brush up on them before the royal wedding this Saturday. 
Queen Victoria and Sarah. Photo: ITV Studios

'Victoria' Season 2 Episode 7 Recap

Daniel Hautzinger

It's the season finale of Victoria, and Christmas is coming! Albert, of all people, is obsessed with making the holiday magical, but family drama makes it difficult. Victoria sympathizes with a young visitor to the palace, and various romances reach their peak.
Blair Castle, the suit of the Scottish Duke of Atholl, in Victoria. Image: ITV Studios

Did That Really Happen? 'Victoria' Edition

Daniel Hautzinger

How many times did people try to assassinate Queen Victoria? Did she actually travel to Scotland? What caused the Great Famine in Ireland? Did Robert Peel's secretary save him from a murderer? And more questions from Victoria.
Queen Victoria. Photo: ITV Studios

'Victoria' Season 2 Episode 6 Recap

Daniel Hautzinger

Victoria is forced to choose between two loved ones who begin to quarrel while Peel engages in the political fight of his life, one he fears will end his career. Drummond and Alfred wrestle with their future, but a dramatic event everything.
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