Queen Victoria Children And Grandchildren 

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Queen Victoria Children And Grandchildren
Queen Victoria Children And Grandchildren
Queen Victoria Children And Grandchildren
Queen Victoria Children And Grandchildren
Queen Victoria Children And Grandchildren
Queen Victoria Children And Grandchildren
Queen Victoria Children And Grandchildren
Queen Victoria Children And Grandchildren
Queen Victoria Children And Grandchildren
Queen Victoria Children And Grandchildren
Queen Victoria Children And Grandchildren
Queen Victoria Children And Grandchildren
Queen Victoria Children And Grandchildren
Queen Victoria Children And Grandchildren
Queen Victoria Children And Grandchildren
Queen Victoria Children And Grandchildren
Queen Victoria Children And Grandchildren
Queen Victoria Children And Grandchildren
Queen Victoria Children And Grandchildren
Queen Victoria Children And Grandchildren

The Royal Family today is related to many European monarchies because of the marriages of Queen Victoria's children. Eight of Victoria's children sat on the thrones of Europe, those of Great Britain, Prussia, Greece, Romania, Russia, Norway, Sweden and Spain.

Necrotizing fasciitis is a serious infection most often caused by Streptococcus pyogenes bacteria. S. pyogenes are cocci shaped bacteria that typically colonize the skin and throat areas of the body. S. pyogenes are flesh eating bacteria, producing toxins that destroy body cells , specifically red blood cells and white blood cells . This results in death of the infected tissue or necrotizing fasciitis. Other types of bacteria that can also cause necrotizing fasciitis include Escherichia coli , Staphylococcus aureus , Klebsiella , and Clostridium .

Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, who married on February 10, 1840 , had nine children. The marriage of the children of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert into other royal families, and the likelihood that her children bore a mutant gene for hemophilia, affected European history.