Frances Villiers, condesa de Jersey Vida temprana Nació Frances Twysden, en Londres, segunda hija póstuma de The Rt Rev. Dr Philip Twysden (c.1714–52), Iglesia de Irlanda Lord Bishop of Raphoe (1746–1752) y su segunda esposa Frances Carter (esposa posterior del general James Johnston), hija de Thomas Carter de Castlemartin, maestro de los rollos en Irlanda.
Frances Villiers, Countess of Jersey (25 February 1753 - 25 July 1821), was an influential member of Georgian society and a mistress of George IV. An Irish beauty Frances Twysden was born on 25 February 1753 in Raphoe, Donegal, in Ireland, the posthumous daughter of Philip Twysden, the bankrupt Bishop of Raphoe, and his second wife, Frances.
But Frances Villiers, Countess of Jersey, is probably best remembered for her affair with George, Prince of Wales, later George IV. George IV Apparently the amorous 20 year old prince tried his luck with Frances in 1782, but she turned him down, making him wait more than ten years before granting him her favours.
Frances Villiers, Countess of Jersey (25 February 1753, St James's – 23 July 1821, Cheltenham) was one of the more notorious of the many mistresses of King George IV when he was Prince of Wales, "a scintillating society woman, a heady mix of charm, beauty, and sarcasm". Through marriage she belonged to the Villiers family.
Frances Villiers, Countess of Jersey (née Twysden; 25 February 1753 – 23 July 1821) was a British Lady of the Bedchamber, one of the more notorious of the many mistresses of King George IV when he was Prince of Wales, "a scintillating society woman, a heady mix of charm, beauty, and sarcasm".
Frances Villiers (née Twysden), Countess of Jersey (1753-1821), Mistress of George IV and courtier. Sitter associated with 8 portraits. Tell us More
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