Meet the cast of The New Adventures Of Queen Victoria.

HRH Alexandrina Victoria Hanover von Witten and Saxe-Coburg and Goetha, Dei Gratia Queen of All Britons, Defender Of The Faith, and Empress of India. Commonly known as just "Victoria". Victoria was the longest reigning British monarch, ruling from 1837 until her death in 1901. In February of 2006, she came back to host a comic strip in which she discusses modern culture, current events, and the vicissitudes of 21st Century life. Even though she insists that "we are not amusing," she has been known to bring a chuckle to a few people's faces from time to time. By the way, she's an HRH instead of an HM because she's no longer on the throne.
Edward. Victoria's eldest son, he will one day go on to rule as Edward VII, but for right now he has to contend with being a Victorian (not quite Edwardian, yet) youth in a Blairian and neo-Thatcherite world. He was once suspended from school for creating a Myspace page. His interests include croquet, fox hunting, and empire building.
Liz. Victoria's best friend, Liz is the only person who knows what Victoria is going through, and truly sympathizes. The original Woman in a Man's World, Liz often has insight into matters that Victoria does not. It is often Liz's job to bring Victoria out of her shell by accompanying her to Bingo, Speed Dating, or the latest conquest.
Mary. A recent friend, Mary offers Victoria the guidance and serenity that Liz cannot. She is Victoria's moral compass and spiritual protector. She doesn't show up often, or say much, but when she does, it means something, so people had better listen.
Mrs Clipart. Edward's principal, who does not wholly approve of Victoria's decisions in parenting. She may be married, or related in some other way to Maurice.
Grandpa. The former George III, Grandpa is mad. No, really quite mad. Madder than you might believe possible. He has been known to wear the Eiffel Tower as a hat, talk to vegetables, and once tried to arrange a marriage between Victoria and a ficus named Rupert. Victoria loves him, and he is relatively harmless, but still rather mad.
Anne. Liz's mother. One day she met Liz's father, Henry, and went completely head over heels in more ways than one. An occasional visitor to the castle, Anne shows a unique talent for logic in an otherwise insane world; she really knows how to keep her head while others are losing theirs.
Osama. Victoria's sworn enemy (he promised vengeance upon her for mocking him), Osama is a master of disguise, a talent which he has used a number of times. Among his ingenious plans were running against her in a primary election and trying to cancel her strip because of low ratings. (Ratings were so low that he was going to replace her with Studio 60 On The Sunset Strip.) However, no matter how brilliant his plan is, Osama inevitably fails not because Victoria is so intelligent (although she is), but rather because he is extremely stupid. (Deceased)
Oscar. Playwright. Socialite. Sodomite. Always a lot of fun at parties, even if Vic doesn't really like him that much.
Fumetto dell'Arte. A spinoff strip done by Pirandello DiPierdiemenico. Arlecchino, Flavio, il Dottore, and others drag comedy kicking and screaming into the 16th Century.
Barfly and Schrodinger. Barfly's a cat. Schrodinger is a quantum physicist with a box. They have a Vaudeville act together.
Fuzzy Bunny Time. Sometimes the subject matter in a strip gets a little too hot for some people's tastes. Sometimes the syndicate's, sometimes those of someone carrying the strip, sometimes the cartoonist's; it doesn't matter in the end. When that happens we cool things down with cute little fuzzy bunnies. When you see the bunnies, you should wonder what someone doesn't want you to think about.
The Floatng Disembodied Head of Vladimir Putin. When he gets bored running Russia, Putin rears his head and comes into the airspace of the United States of America. Has been known to date Anne.
The Clockwork Frenchman. Born of a strange science experiment of Edward's, the Clockwork Frenchman encompasses the two things Victoria hates the most: technology and the French.
Dr. Bazouki. Victoria's physician. No, he's not anyone famous, so stop asking.
Suzie. Friend of Liz, Vic, and Mary. A very free-spirited girl.
That annoying shop girl. She works for every store Victoria ever shops at. She is also no one famous, just a friend of the cartoonist, so once again stop asking.
...and many others, too numerous to count! You never know who's going to show up in Victoria's world. Really.