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Queen Victoria and the 'royal disease': How the monarch was a carrier of haemophilia, which killed nine of her descendants (including her son) and spread into European royalty - prompting rise of 'Mad Monk' Rasputin

Queen Victoria and the 'royal disease': How the monarch was a carrier of haemophilia, which killed nine of her descendants (including her son) and spread into European royalty - prompting rise of 'Mad Monk' Rasputin
Alexei, the son of Tsar Nicholas II (both pictured above), suffered from haemophilia. His mother was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria. Spain's Prince Alfonso was also a sufferer.

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