King Alfonso XIII and Queen Victoria Eugenie of Spain. Victoria Eugenie was a carrier of the blood disease haemophilia. Born as princess Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg she was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria of England. The spanish people fell for her beauty, and nicknamed her "La Reina Hermosa" (=the beautiful queen). Her grandson Juan Carlos is the present king of Spain.
Queen Victoria Eugenie (standing, white hat) with her husband King Alfonso XIII, her mother-in-law Dowager Queen Maria Christina (sitting, holding Infante Gonzalo), and her children. Children Standing: Infanta Maria Christina, Infante Gonzalo (held) and Infanta Beatriz of Spain. Children Sitting: Infante Jaime and Infante Juan of Spain, and Alfonso, Prince of Asturias
Queen of Spain, 1915 (LOC) Princess Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg (christened Victoria Eugenie Julia Ena; 24 October 1887 – 15 April 1969) was queen consort of King Alfonso XIII of Spain. She was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom and the first cousin of King George V of the United Kingdom, Queen Maud of Norway, Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia, Queen Marie of Romania, Emperor Wilhelm II of Germany, Queen Louise of Sweden, and Queen Sophia of the Hellenes.