King of the United Kingdom (1901-1910), born in London, England, United Kingdom, the eldest son of Queen Victoria. Educated privately, and at Edinburgh, Oxford, and Cambridge, in 1863 he married Alexandra, the eldest daughter of Christian IX of Denmark. They had three sons and three daughters: Albert Victor (1864-92), Duke of Clarence; George (1865-1936); Louise (1867-1931), Princess Royal; Victoria (1868-1935); Maud (1869-1938), who married Haaken VII of Norway; and Alexander (born and died 1871). As Prince of Wales, his behaviour led him into several social scandals, and the Queen excluded him from affairs of state. As King, he carried out several visits to Contintental capitals, which strove to allay international animosities.