Facts about Young Victoria
Young Victoria was the only child; she was born in 1811.
Her father died shortly after her birth.
Young Victoria was home schooled and was quite talented at singing, drawing and painting, but was really bad at spelling lessons.
Young Victoria only had paper dolls to play with and rarely mixed with other children..
Young Victoria had her own journal that her mother had given her when she to write about her experiences when she went on her journeys.
When Young Victoria went to visit the country side (Birmingham), she wrote in her journal that the countryside was black and desolate; one house was flaming with fire; coal was everywhere and little ragged children played about.
As Young Victoria was the daughter of a duke, she was not really a princess but was still called a princess.