Queen Victoria most likely never felt she wronged him and was always fond of the young Maharaja even being happy to be named godmother to his daughter, Sophia. The family lived as well-off landed and titled English subjects. Sophia and her sisters even came out in society though none ever married. For her part, Sophia was an "It Girl." She was fashionable, amusing and constantly being photographed.
Upon return to England, Sophia lost her sense of frivolity and took up the cause of suffrage. She refused to pay tax until she had an audible voice in how it was to be spent in her name. She and Emmeline Pankhurst were great friends and Sophia was named President of the Committee of the Suffragette Fellowship when Emmeline died. Sophia died in 1948, aged 72.
Fun Fact: Sophia lived in a grace and favour apartment in Hampton Court Palace for a time.