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Amelia [Emily], Princess (1711–1786), daughter of George II  

E. H. Chalus

Amelia [Emily], Princess (1711–1786), daughter of George II, was born on 30 May/10 June 1711 at the palace of Herrenhausen in Hanover, Germany, the summer residence of her grandfather, Georg Ludwig, elector of Hanover (from 1714 King George I of Great Britain), the second daughter of ...

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Amelia, Princess (1711–1786)  

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Princess Amelia (1711–1786) by unknown engraver (after Jacopo Amigoni) © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Amelia, Princess (1783–1810)  

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Anne, princess royal (1709–1759), princess of Orange, consort of William IV  

Matthew Kilburn

Anne, princess royal (1709–1759), princess of Orange, consort of William IV, was born on 2 November 1709 at the Leine palace, Hanover, the second child and eldest daughter of George Augustus, electoral prince of Hanover, later George II of Great Britain (1683–1760), and his wife, ...

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Anne, princess royal (1709–1759)  

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Anne, princess royal (1709–1759) by Jacopo Amigoni, c. 1734 The Royal Collection © 2004 HM Queen Elizabeth II

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Augusta [Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha], princess of Wales (1719–1772), consort of Frederick Lewis, prince of Wales  

John L. Bullion

Augusta [Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha], princess of Wales (1719–1772), consort of Frederick Lewis, prince of Wales, was born in Gotha, capital of the German principality of Saxe-Gotha, in Thuringia, on 19 November 1719 os, the fourth (but second surviving) daughter and thirteenth child of ...

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Augusta, princess of Wales (1719–1772) by Allan Ramsay, 1769 private collection; photograph © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Augusta Sophia, Princess (1768–1840)  

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Caroline Matilda, Princess (1751–1775)  

Maker: Jens Juel

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Princess Caroline Matilda (1751–1775) by Jens Juel, 1769 Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen

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Caroline Matilda, Princess (1751–1775), queen of Denmark and Norway, consort of Christian VII  

D. D. Aldridge

Caroline Matilda, Princess (1751–1775), queen of Denmark and Norway, consort of Christian VII, was the ninth and youngest child of Frederick Lewis (1707–1751) and Augusta (1719–1772), prince and princess of Wales. She was born at Leicester House in London on 22 July 1751, a little more than four months after her father's unexpected death. Her childhood was spent within the defensive confines of the court of her mother. ...

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Charlotte Augusta, Princess (1796–1817)  

Maker: George Dawe

Princess Charlotte Augusta (1796–1817) by George Dawe, 1817 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Charlotte Augusta, Princess [Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales] (1796–1817)  

Judith Schneid Lewis

Charlotte Augusta, Princess [Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales] (1796–1817), was born at Carlton House, London, on 7 January 1796. She was the only child of the unhappy marriage between George IV, then prince of Wales, and Caroline of Brunswick. The day after Charlotte's...

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Charlotte Augusta Matilda, princess royal (1766–1828), queen of Württemberg, consort of Friedrich I  

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Clarke, Mary Anne (1776?–1852), royal mistress  

K. D. Reynolds

Clarke, Mary Anne (1776?–1852), royal mistress, was apparently born in Ball and Pin Alley, White's Alley, Chancery Lane, in 1776. Her parentage remains obscure, some sources giving her father's name as Thompson, and her stepfather as a compositor named Farquhar, while other sources give ...

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Clarke, Mary Anne (1776?–1852)  

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Mary Anne Clarke (1776?–1852) by Adam Buck, 1803 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Elizabeth, Princess (1770–1840), landgravine of Hesse-Homburg, consort of Friedrich VI  

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