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  1. Prince Frederick William of Great Britain (13 May 1750 – 29 December 1765) was a grandchild of King George II and the youngest brother of King George III. He was the youngest son of Frederick, Prince of Wales and Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha. He died at the young age of 15. He was buried at Westminster Abbey, London.

  2. Frederick, Prince of Wales (Frederick Louis, German: Friedrich Ludwig; 31 January 1707 – 31 March 1751) was the eldest son and heir apparent of King George II of Great Britain. He grew estranged from his parents, King George and Queen Caroline. Frederick was the father of King George III.

  3. Frederick was the eldest son of George II and became Prince of Wales in 1729. He married Augusta of Saxe-Gotha-Altenborg, but he did not live to become king. Augusta of Saxe-Gotha, Princess of Wales. Unfortunately his mother and father, George II and Queen Caroline, hated Fred.

  4. Frederick, Prince of Wales, was a great royal collector. Estranged from his parents, he created a court of his own, and was keen to patronise contemporary artists and craftsmen.

  5. Frederick Prince of Wales (1707-1751), who died before his father, and therefore never became king. Frederick is best-known today for the epic rows he had with his dad, George II. Each...

  6. Frederick Louis, prince of Wales was the prince of Wales, eldest son of King George II of Great Britain (reigned 1727–60) and father of King George III (reigned 1760–1820); his bitter quarrel with his father helped bring about the downfall of the King’s prime minister, Sir Robert Walpole, in 1742.

  7. Conversation pieces show the Prince, who was the eldest son of George II, as an affectionate brother (no. 15), a clubbable friend (nos. 16 and 17) and a popular man about town (no. 18). The form perhaps also expressed Britain’s new ‘contractual’ relationship between monarch and subject.