Originally Posted by Benedict XVI
At the moment are there any European royal family members who have the disease? If not who was the last to have the disease, what country and when they were born and died.
This is a quote from Haemophilia in European royalty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"At least one modern descendant of Queen Victoria has been diagnosed with haemophilia: Ferdinand Soltmann, the son of Princess Xenia of Hohenlohe-Langenberg, born 2005. Xenia is a male-line descendant of Victoria, but the disease did not come from Xenia's maternal family, the Cro˙s
. If the disease came from Xenia, there are two possibilities. The first possibility is that it would have had to be inherited from her father, Kraft, Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenberg, a descendant of Victoria through the female line. Kraft had some clotting issues, which led the family to believe he may have been a mild haemophiliac.
If Kraft was a haemophiliac, then his daughters Xenia and Cécile were definitely carriers. The second possibility is that Xenia or Ferdinand had a spontaneous mutation, as Victoria herself apparently had."
This shows that it is possible that Ferdinand's haemophilia comes from Victoria but it is not proven. It can also be a spontaneous mutation, so we don't know for sure.
See the wiki article for a line of descent from Victoria to Ferdinand.