Caroline of Brunswick: Uncrowned Queen of England

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Caroline of Brunswick: Uncrowned Queen of England

<p>Caroline of Brunswick was the wife of Prince Regent, George, Prince of Wales. The only thing they had in common was a mutual loathing of one another. Caroline ‘left’ her philandering husband,

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Caroline of Brunswick was the wife of Prince Regent, George, Prince of Wales. The only thing they had in common was a mutual loathing of one another. Caroline ‘left’ her philandering husband, living a completely separate life. George tried twice to divorce his wife in court cases that gripped the English public. When her estranged husband was crowned King, Caroline became the uncrowned Queen of England. If Caroline were guilty of adultery, it was never proved and any secrets she had, she took to the grave.


PLANNED LEARNING OUTCOMES
By the end of this course, students should be able to:

  1. Be introduced to Regency England.
  2. Understand the workings of the English monarchy of the period.
  3. Read contemporary documents.
  4. Learn of the extraordinary life of Caroline of Brunswick.
  5. Admire a woman who refused to go quietly.