Originally Posted by Gawin
Thank you for the clarification. The original discussion was focused on whether or not haemophilia was still an issue among Queen Victoria's descendants. Based on the information you provided it appears it isn't but could resurface in the future.
If I remember correctly, there are no known recent cases in European royalty, so itís essentially died out - and really, while it was very widespread in the generation of Victoriaís grandchildren, I donít think it lasted past her great-grandchildren.
In terms of the current European royal families, other than Sibilla, none are strictly female-line descendants of Victoria, so itís safe to say that the illness has been eradicated (at least in terms of being descended from Victoria and possibly getting it); any new instances of the illness in a Royal Family would most likely be because of some other ancestry, not Victoria. But thatís going from memory - itís been awhile since I looked at the lines.