Charlotte Lee, condesa de Lichfield (5 de septiembre de 1664 - 17 de febrero de 1718), conocida de soltera como Lady Charlotte Fitzroy, fue la hija ilegítima del rey Carlos II de Inglaterra y su amante más reconocida, Barbara Villiers, duquesa de Cleveland.
24 de ene. de 2023 · Charlotte Lee, condesa de Lichfield , conocida de soltera como Lady Charlotte Fitzroy, fue la hija ilegítima del rey Carlos II de Inglaterra y su amante más reconocida, Barbara Villiers, duquesa de Cleveland.
Charlotte Lee, condesa de Lichfield (5 de setiembre de 1664 - 17 de febreru de 1718), conocida de soltera como Lady Charlotte Fitzroy, foi la fía ilexítima del rei Carlos II d'Inglaterra y la so amante más reconocida, Barbara Villiers, duquesa de Cleveland.
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Charlotte Lee was born Charlotte Fitzroy, on 5 September 1664, the fourth child and second daughter of Barbara Palmer, Countess of Castlemaine, the only child of the Royalist commander William Villiers, 2nd Viscount Grandison. She was placed in the care of a governess in Berkshire House. Charlotte Fitzroy's mother had separated from her husband Rog...
On 16 May 1674, before her tenth birthday, Lady Charlotte was contracted to marry Sir Edward Lee, and they were married on 6 February 1677, in her thirteenth year. When Charles Stewart, 6th Duke of Lennox, died in 1673, Sir Edward was created Earl of Lichfield. Charlotte's dowry was agreed at £18,000, and her husband was awarded a pension of £2,000...
Charlotte Lee died on 17 February 1718, aged 53, and was buried in All Saints Churchyard in Spelsbury, Oxfordshire, England. < A building was constructed right next to her house that would eventually be known as 10 Downing Street.Andrews, Allen (1970). The Royal Whore: Barbara Villiers, Countess of Castlemaine. Chilton Book Company. ISBN 0-8019-5525-4.Jameson, Anna (1833). The Beauties of the Court of Charles the Second: A Series of Memoirs Biographical and Critical. Henry G Bohn, York St, Covent Garden, London.Jesse, John (1855). Memoirs of the Court of England During the Reign of the Stuarts.
14 de ago. de 2019 · Her name was Charlotte Fitzroy, a name which pays double tribute to her royal parentage – Charlotte an obvious choice from Charles, Charlotte not coming properly into England until the next century.
Charlotte Fitzroy, Countess of Euston (11 October 1761 – 1 February 1808), formerly Lady Charlotte Maria Waldegrave, was the wife of George FitzRoy, 4th Duke of Grafton. Although she is sometimes referred to as "Duchess of Grafton",  her husband did not inherit the dukedom until 1811, after his wife's death.
Charlotte Fitzroy may refer to one of the following: Two illegitimate daughters of Charles II of England: Charlotte Lee, Countess of Lichfield, daughter by Barbara Villiers. Charlotte Jemima Henrietta Maria FitzRoy, daughter by Elizabeth Killigrew.