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George III's Children By John van der Kiste

George III's Children by John van der Kiste

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George III Children

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George III's Children by John van der Kiste

On 12 August 1762, Queen Charlotte gave birth to her first child. Twenty-one years later, to the week, the 15th and youngest was born. All but two children survived to maturity. The eldest of King George III's children, who became Prince Regent and King George IV, is less remembered for his patronage of the arts than for his extravagance, and maltreatment of his wife Caroline. As Commander-in-Chief to the British army, the administrative qualities of Frederick, Duke of York are largely forgotten, while King William IV, usually dismissed as a figure of fun, brought a new affability to the monarchy which helped him through the storms engendered during the passage of the Great Reform Bill in 1832. The princesses, for many years victims of their parents' possessiveness, married late in life, if at all, and are passed off as non-entities. This objective portrayal of the royal family draws upon contemporary sources to lay to rest the gossip and exaggeration.

About John van der Kiste

John Van der Kiste has written many books on Royal History for Sutton, including The Romanovs, George V's Children and Princess Victoria Melita. He lives in Devon and has recently got engaged.

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George III's Children by John van der Kiste
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