Statue of Queen Victoria at Kensington Palace



Queen Victoria At Kensington Palace With Lucy Worsley

'Queen Victoria At Kensington Palace With Lucy Worsley'

BAFTA winning historian and Joint Chief Curator of Historic Royal Palaces Lucy Worsley takes Dan Snow on a tour of Kensington Palace, one of the principle royal residences since 1689. It was the childhood home of Queen Victoria, who was born on the 24 May 1819.

The rooms of the royal residence were renovated for an exhibition which opened to the public on the 200th anniversary of Victoria's birth.

So how did the young Victoria spend her time at Kensington Palace? And where was she at the moment she was declared queen?

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