Prince Albert (disambiguation)

Prince Albert (disambiguation)

Prince Albert may refer to:


*Albert, Prince Consort (1819–1861), consort of Queen Victoria
*Edward VII of the United Kingdom (1841–1910), his son, known previously as Prince Albert, or Bertie
*Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale (1864-1892), his son
*George VI of the United Kingdom (1895–1952), nephew of the above, earlier known as Prince Albert, also called Bertie
*Albert I, Prince of Monaco (1848–1922), former ruler of Monaco
*Albert II, Prince of Monaco (born 1958), present ruler of Monaco
*Albert II of Belgium (born 1934), present ruler of Belgium
*Albert, Prince of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt (1798-1869), former ruler of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt
*Albert Edward Kamehameha (1858-1862), Crown Prince of Hawaii during his father King Kamehameha IV's reign
*Albert I, Prince of Thurn and Taxis (1867-1952)
*Albert II, Prince of Thurn and Taxis (born 1983)

Other uses

*Matthew Bloom (born 1972), professional wrestler whose former stage name was Prince Albert
*Prince Albert piercing, a male genital piercing
*The Prince Albert Challenge Cup, an event at Henley Royal Regatta
*Frock coat or Prince Albert frock
*Albert Pujols, major league baseball player, nicknamed Prince Albert
*Prince Albert tobacco, a brand of pipe tobacco, traditionally associated with prank calling ("Prince Albert in a can")


*Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada
*Prince Albert National Park, Canada
*Prince Albert, Western Cape, a small town bordering South Africa's Great Karoo

Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Игры ⚽ Нужно сделать НИР?

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Albert — Infobox Given Name Revised name = Albert imagesize= caption= pronunciation= gender = Male meaning = noble bright region = origin = Germanic related names = footnotes = Albert is a common first name. The name has its origins in the Germanic name… …   Wikipedia

  • Albert of Hohenzollern — Albert of Prussia or Albert of Hohenzollern (in German, Albrecht von Hohenzollern) may refer to: Albert of Mainz (1490–1545), also known as Albert of Brandenburg, archbishop Albert, Duke of Prussia (1490–1568) Albert Frederick, Duke of Prussia… …   Wikipedia

  • Prince Michael of Kent — Prince Michael redirects here. For other people named Prince Michael, see Prince Michael (disambiguation). Infobox British Royalty|royal name =Prince Michael title =Prince Michael of Kent imgw =150 caption =Prince Michael s coat of arms spouse… …   Wikipedia

  • Prince William, Duke of Cambridge — Prince William redirects here. For other uses, see Prince William (disambiguation). Prince William Duke of Cambridge (more) HRH The Duke of Cambridge in Ottawa, July …   Wikipedia

  • Prince Daniel, Duke of Västergötland — Prince Daniel redirects here. For other uses, see Prince Daniel (disambiguation). Prince Daniel Duke of Västergötland Daniel after his wedding 19 June 2010 Spouse Victoria, Crown Princ …   Wikipedia

  • Albert of Saxony (disambiguation) — Albert of Saxony may refer to: * Albert of Saxony (1828 1902) * Albert I, Duke of Saxony (ca. 1175 1260) * Albert, Duke of Saxony (1443 1500) * Prince Albert of Saxony, Duke of Teschen (1738 1822) * Albert of Saxony (philosopher) (1316 1390) …   Wikipedia

  • Prince Harry of Wales — For Princes of Wales called Henry, see Henry, Prince of Wales (disambiguation). For the Blackadder character, see Harry, Prince of Wales (Blackadder). Prince Harry …   Wikipedia

  • Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein — For other princes named Christian, see Prince Christian (disambiguation). Prince Christian Prince Christian of Schleswig Holstein Spouse Princess Helena of the United Kingdom Issue …   Wikipedia

  • Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh — For other people known as Duke of Edinburgh, see Duke of Edinburgh. For others known as Prince Philip, see Prince Philip (disambiguation). Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip in 1992 …   Wikipedia

  • Prince of Wales (disambiguation) — Prince of Wales is the title traditionally given to the heir apparent to the reigning monarch of the United Kingdom. It originated as the title of independent princes of Wales in the 12th and 13th centuries. * It is currently used by Charles,… …   Wikipedia

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”