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Together with George MacLeish, he created the light chamber, a device to combat the threat of "werewolves" as dictated by legend. Albert had the Koh-i-Noor fashioned into the optimum shape to best amplify the light of the Moon; this meant that it was constantly being re-cut and once finished, it was half its original size. (TV: Tooth and Claw)
Albert died in December 1861, leaving Queen Victoria a widow. (PROSE: The Lampblack Wars) He never saw the Koh-i-Noor's completion. Victoria missed him greatly and developed a taste for the occult, with the hope of making contact with him. Following her encounter with the Lupine Wavelength Haemovariform, she and the Tenth Doctor reflected on Albert cutting the Koh-i-Noor to save her life, remarking that he was protecting her even from the grave. (TV: Tooth and Claw)
According to Victoria, for years following the death of Albert, his bedroom was kept as it had been, and servants brought hot water to Albert's bedroom every day, "in case he have need of it". (AUDIO: Fortitude)
The Queen believed that John Brown had foretold Albert's death. In 1878, Kamelion appeared to Victoria and Brown in the guise of the ghost of Albert to convince her to dismantle and cover up the British space programme. (PROSE: Imperial Moon)
In the 49th century, refugees who had escaped from a dying world projected their consciousnesses through time and made contact with a spiritualist named Mrs Vanguard in the 1890s, passing themselves off as ghosts. They planned to transfer their consciousnesses into the bodies of influential people in 1890s London with their ultimate goal to take control of Queen Victoria. From the historical records, they were aware that she was still in mourning for Prince Albert. The refugee possessing the body of Henry Gordon Jago mentioned that, in decades to come, there would be "brutal, terrible wars which will determine the fate of this planet." With one of their kind possessing Queen Victoria's body, they intended to "turn the tides of history" and create a new future, thereby preventing the destruction of their world. Their plan was defeated by Jago, Professor George Litefoot, Ellie Higson and Toby. (AUDIO: The Spirit Trap)
Sarah Jane Smith once wore a Victorian era dress she found in the the Doctor's TARDIS. The Fourth Doctor commented that Victoria had worn it. Sarah jokingly referenced the historical figure instead, commenting that she hoped Albert had not worn it. (TV: Pyramids of Mars)