Who Paid For That?

Not many UK families can convince the populace majority to pay for them to live in luxury, avoid laws, stand around in costumes for them, and build monuments about them. 

The Saxe-Coburg and Gotha family, now called Windsor (name changed due to World War I and public relations) is one such family.
Golden statue on top of a large plinth. A statue of a seated regal posing Queen Victoria placed near the bottom. A few people are looking up at it as a cloudy sky floats by.

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