Victoria was known as Toria to her family and was particularly close to her brother, George, who would eventually become king. Victoria spent most of her childhood at Marlborough House and at Sandringham where she was domineered by her mother.
Victoria never married, although she had a number of prospective suitors, and acted as a companion to her parents until they died. After the death of Queen Alexandra in 1925, Victoria moved to Iver in Buckinghamshire where she became honorary president of the horticultural society.
During her later years, Victoria was plagued with poor health, suffering from neuralgia, migraines, indigestion, depression and influenza. She died on 3 December 1935 and was initially buried at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, however she was moved to the Royal Burial Ground, Frogmore, Windsor Great Park, on 8 January 1936.