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  1. Lady Flora Elizabeth Rawdon-Hastings(11 February 1806 – 5 July 1839) was a British aristocrat and lady-in-waitingto Queen Victoria's mother, the Duchess of Kent.[1] Her death in 1839 was the subject of a court scandal that gave the Queen a negative image. Contents 1Family 2Scandal 2.1Background 2.21839 2.3Death 3Poetry 4Bibliography 5References

  2. Lady Flora Elizabeth Rawdon-Hastings ( 11 de febrero de 1806 - 5 de julio de 1839) fue una noble británica y dama de compañía de la duquesa de Kent, madre de la reina Victoria. Su muerte prematura se vio precedida por un escándalo que empañó la figura de la joven reina. Índice 1 Escándalo 1.1 Escenario 1.2 1839 1.3 Muerte 2 En la cultura popular

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    Lady Flora Hastings was a lady in waiting to the Duchess of Kent until her death in 1839. Queen Victoria did not like Flora, because she supported the Kensington System along with her mother, the Duchess of Kent and John Conroy. Before her death, she began experiencing pain and swelling in her lower abdomen. She died due to a liver tumour, although...

    Flora's death caused the popularity of Queen Victoria to fall. The British population were appalled by the Queen and Lehzen's actions, because they started a rumour that Sir John Conroy had gotten her pregnant. The pain she was feeling was actually a cancerous liver tumour, which she died from. Conroy did not want to let the situation drop when Flo...

  3. 05/09/2017 · Lady Flora Hastings El escándalo En enero de 1839 Lady Flora regresó al Palacio de Buckingham aquejada de un horrible dolor de estómago, tras haber pasado una temporada con su familia en Escocia acompañada de Sir John Conroy. Tras consultar al médico de la corte, Sir James Clark, éste le ordenó un tratamiento que no tuvo efecto alguno.

  4. The Hastings affair began when Lady Flora Hastings, a maid of honour who was allied and connected to the Tories, was forced by Victoria to undergo a medical examination for suspected pregnancy. The gossip, when it was discovered that the queen had been mistaken, became the more damaging when later… Read More

  5. 04/10/2018 · Lady Flora Hastings was a Lady-in-Waiting to The Duchess of Kent, Queen Victoria’s mother, from 1834 – 1839. Lady Flora Elizabeth Rawdon-Hastings was born on February 11, 1806, in Edinburgh, Scotland, the eldest of the six children of Francis Rawdon-Hastings, 1st Marquess of Hastings and Flora Mure-Campbell, 6th Countess of Loudoun.

  6. Lady Flora Hastings passed away on the 5th July 1839. She was mourned widely. Victoria was more unpopular than at any time in her reign thus far. She was haunted by the scandal, suffered nightmares and vowed never to repeat her behaviour. Victoria's marriage to Prince Albert in early 1840 restored goodwill towards her.