King Edward VII, of Great Britain and Ireland

Edward VIIIn a continuum far far away, there is an Edward, who is the son of Benedict and the late Queen Victoria, who has ascended to the throne of the Court of St James. In this particular continuum, Queen Victoria was in fact the daughter of Princess Alexandra of Amber, and while Victoria was happily married to Prince Consort Albert Victor, the local Benedict found her affections and Edward is the result.

Queen AlexandraIn this continuum, Edward is married to Queen Alexandra, ostensibly a local noble from the Germany of the local realm, but in fact the daughter of Lady Viola Helgram and the late Duke Borell Hendrake of that realm.

The line on that realm is already assured by the healthy son, Crown Prince George Windsor, first born of the new family name that Edward instituted in that place.


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