History of matchmaking in china


Matchmaking History at Valenti embodies the heritage of the village matriarch who personally introduced people she believed would fall in love.

At home, Victoria naturally began by seeking a suitable wife for the Prince of Wales’s eldest boy. George, the obedient younger brother, was dispatched to sea while the English throne’s dissolute future heir was pressed upon the queen’s favourite granddaughter, the beautiful and motherless Alexandra of Hesse. Eddy (short for Albert Edward) was “good and affectionate”, the young man’s grandmother beseeched a reluctant Alexandra, while shooing a handsome Russian grand duke away from her equally lovely sister, Ella.


History of matchmaking in china

History of matchmaking in china



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