Victor Albert, Duke of Kent and Rothesay
Prince Victor Albert, Duke of Kent and Rothesay (1888-1918) was the eldest son of James V, father of Edward VI, and grandfather of Elizabeth I. By all accounts, Victor Albert was a highly strung man with a powerful sense of duty. He even married when and to whom his father insisted--in 1910 to a distant cousin of the monarch of Xliponia named Elizabeth. They had five children:
- Prince Edward, later Edward VI (1913-1972)
- Prince Richard, Duke of York and Albany (1915-1949)
- Prince Charles Henry, Duke of Windsor and Balmoral (1916-1986)
- Princess Alberta (1917-present)
- Princess Henrietta (1918-1930)
Prince Albert Victor died as a result of the Influenza Epidemic of 1918. His children were raised by their grandfather. Albert Victor's brother, Henry, Duke of Doncaster and Inverness (1890-1947) was unmarried and living abroad at the time, in the wake of a scandal.