I’m reading The Greedy Queen by Annie Gray. In the introduction, she introduces Queen Victoria as:
Myths about Queen Victoria are plentiful, and largely unproven or taken out of context, from the ‘not amused’ comment, to the accusations that she slept with or even married John Brown, and image-searching Prince Albert at work is strictly for those who want to get sacked.
I’ve nearly finished reading this book. But I still can’t figure out what the part in bold means. Considering the book is about Victorian Age, “image-searching” seems to be a very modern term and I don’t understand what it means in this sentence. “Image-searching is strictly for those who want to get sacked” seems to be implying something in a very indirect way. In the later chapters, the author mentions that Queen Victoria was so soft-hearted that she would not sack her servants. This doesn't seem to explain the sentence in question. I can’t find any relevant anecdotes on the internet, either. Can anybody help me understand what this sentence is saying?