Vicky married the crown price of Prussia, Frederick, and was briefly Empress of Germany when her husband became emperor, but he did not live long afterwards. Their oldest son was Kaiser Wilhelm II.
Bertie married Princess Alexandra of Denmark. He became King Edward VII on his mother's death, and was a popular king, particularly fostering good relations with France.
Alfred had a long and successful career in the Royal Navy, eventually becoming an admiral. he became Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha after his uncle died, since his older brother had renounced his claim to the dukedom.
Alice married the Grand Duke of Hesse and Rhine. her daughter Alexandra became the last Empress of Russia.
Princess Helena married Prince Christian of Schlewswig Holstein, but they lived in England as Victoria wanted Helena to stay near her.
Princess Louise married the Duke of Argyll. She was very artistic and was considered to be a good sculptor.
Prince Arthur had a military career, and eventually became Governor General of Canada.
Prince Leopold had haemophilia but despite that managed to attend university and married and had a daughter, he died before the birth of his son.
Princess Beatrice stayed with her mother and acted as her unofficial secretary, but eventually Victoria agreed to her marrying Prince Henry of Battenberg, provided they continued to live with her. They had four children, but Henry sadly died after they had been married only ten years.