Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom holds the distinction of being the longest reigning monarch in British history, 63 years. Her stoic bravery and composure has defined many factions of British life, but none more so than in fashion, after all, it was she who the “Victorian Age” was named after. Queen Victoria is represented here by a 10” Cissette doll dressed as Her Royal Self when she became a blushing young bride. With sparkling blue eyes and center parted brunette hair pulled back to a low bun at the nape of the neck she wears a copy of the beloved Monarch’s wedding attire. Her sumptuous gown of white satin has a full skirt, a fitted bodice, and full flounced sleeves. White lace accentuates her neckline, hem, and the edge of her sleeves. Her veil is an appealing combination of lace and netting while her elegant white satin train is embellished with an embroidered white and green rococo trim at the hem. Her jewelry, fit for a Queen of course, includes and elaborate “Collar of the Order of the Garter” necklace, a white rhinestone necklace, gold pendant, and white rhinestone earrings. Beneath her wedding gown she wears a white taffeta petticoat trimmed with lace, lace trimmed white pantaloons, thigh high white stockings and white pumps. A crown of orange blossoms encircles her Regal Head and completes the bridal portrait of the beloved Queen Victoria. Limited Edition of 250. From Madame Alexander’s Cissette, 90th Anniversary, Countries, International, History of Fashion, Couture & Fashion, Princesses and Fairies, and Limited Edition Collections.