Her Majesty Victoria the First, a forgotten queen and real feminist. Part 2: My Two Empresses

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Introduction

First Lady Victoria Nicole Julianna Hooks, is the first lady of the United States. She was born in September 3, 1971 in Salem, Virginia. Her parents are Henry and Lillian Hooks. She attended West Virginia School of Medicine and later became a pediatrician. The small town girl met George during their middle school years. He proposed to her on their 9th grade reunion and they married on May 4, 2004 at Staunton, VA after 26 years together as husband and wife. The couple has been married for twelve years.
The First Lady is a pediatrician who has worked with children to keep them safe and healthy. Her motto as a physician is “No Child Left Behind”. She believes that each person is beautiful in their own way and she hopes to bring that out of each person so they can feel confident and beautiful. She aims to challenge how the media represents women, especially those who are not skinny or have big breasts. Her dream is to see women and children view the first lady as a role model for her age group. She hopes that she will be able to make a difference in children’s lives through political action and her “Creating Hope” campaign. In addition, she is involved with the First Ladies National Historic Site Foundation and YWCA, two organizations that give back to the community and further education.

first lady victoria nicole hooks husband
first lady victoria nicole hooks husband

Female Entrepreneurs and Their Ancestors

In addition to her successful business, Victoria has been a mother since the age of 22. She and George have 3 daughters: Zoe, Gabrielle and Olivia. And they are 10-year-old triplets!
Victoria’s grandfather was a successful entrepreneur who started out as a sharecropper during the Depression. His story helped Victoria to realize that she too could be an entrepreneur and call the shots for her own life.

first lady victoria nicole hooks husband
first lady victoria nicole hooks husband

Victoria the King’s Wife: The Queen Who Transformed Her Country

On their 9th grade reunion, Victoria met George during the Thayer-Scorse Game. After winning this game, she became interested in sports and he was captivated by her every move. They began going steady and dated for 2 years before being wed on May 4, 2004. Their marriage is considered the most successful first couple in the country. They have 3 daughters: Olivia, 6 year old twins Anna and Ava, and a son Will. They live in Hickory Hill, Virginia which is a historical plantation home with 15 rooms. Her husband is married to his work, as he is committed to serving the people of United States of America. He completed about 44% of his term of office, leaving him with a seven year term to serve.gov.gov/2010/10/george-soros-in-the-white-house#!

first lady victoria nicole hooks husband
first lady victoria nicole hooks husband

My Family’s History in the Royal Family Written by Me!  purely fictional; author makes a point about her own family.  partially inspired by a similar post on other website that had some excellent advice for new bloggers . Some thoughts from this post prompted me to write this blog post . I

am obsessed with my family, specifically the history. I don’t know why, but I have always been fascinated by who came before me. As a new blogger, I am also trying to establish myself—as a writer, as an online business owner—and I thought that maybe going back to my roots could give me some inspiration. After all, I am a descendant of Queen Victoria and I want to share that heritage with others. So, below is my fantasy chronicle of the early history of the Royal Family, written by me. For the record, I am very well-versed in British history, but if you are not familiar with those periods and details, please no harsh comments! 🙂 Forgive me for the creative license and inaccuracies—my primary intent was to write about my ancestors who helped build this country. The original post can be found HERE . More detailed information regarding the history of the British Royal Family is available at Wikipedia and other sources. Thank you for reading!
So what’s in it for you? To be honest, I am not sure. Honestly, it’s just my way of sharing my family history with others. I don’t know how in depth this post/blog post will go, but I hope that you enjoy it at least a little. I don’t want to turn The Dukes and Duchesses of Windsor into a catholic blog, but I would like for my foray into the Royal Family to be used as a basis of reference.
“The power of history lies more in its recollection than in the truth.” – Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities
“We have tried to be honorable men. We have sought to be true and loyal to the people who placed upon us great responsibilities. And we have done our best. We cannot look back upon that period with anything but shame, embarrassment, and humiliation.” – The Duke of Windsor – in his “Windsor Lecture” in 1977 (a letter to his son after he abdicated)

first lady victoria nicole hooks husband
first lady victoria nicole hooks husband