Just in case you had any doubt, a huge tract of land in valuable downtown London is devoted solely to a giant plinth and statue of Albert. The perspective does not give scale, but this statue is massive:
I think the intended message is: "Look at Albert. He was wonderful. I seriously miss him."
But personally, I find the physicality of this statue (a short walk away in the same park) much more compelling:
This post's theme word is emulous, "eager to imitate, equal, or surpass another" or "jealous or envious." No royal love can be emulous of that between Victoria and Albert.