The Freelance History Writer has written a guest article for the Princess Charlotte of Wales blog in celebration of the 220th anniversary of her birthday, January 7, 1796. Charlotte had a miserable childhood being the daughter of the disastrous marriage between King George IV and Caroline of Brunswick. But it didn’t affect her personality! Read more about her here:
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[…] Princess Charlotte Augusta was the daughter of King George IV and Caroline of Brunswick. Her parent’s marriage was a complete disaster from the very beginning and it is nothing short of a miracle that Charlotte entered the world. She was born in January of 1797 at Carlton House. At first her mother was given access to see her but by the time she was nine, her mother’s behavior was so reckless, she was not allowed to be with Charlotte. She respected her father but didn’t love him. From this point on she was raised by governesses in isolation at Carlton House and visited her mother once every fortnight. […]
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