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  1. Princess Caroline Augusta Maria of Gloucester (24 June 1774 – 14 March 1775) was an infant member of the British royal family, a great-grandchild of George II, niece of George III and daughter of Prince William Henry, Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh, and his wife, Maria, Duchess of Gloucester and Edinburgh, daughter of Sir Edward Walpole and his mistress Dorothy Clement

  2. 21/11/2019 · Princess Caroline of Gloucester. Birthdate: June 24, 1774. Birthplace: Gloucester House, Grosvenor Street, Piccadilly, London, Middlesex, England. Death: March 14, 1775 (8 months) Gloucester House, Grosvenor Street, Piccadilly, London, Middlesex, England. Immediate Family:

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  3. When Hervey died in 1743, Caroline retired to St. James's Palace for many years prior to her own death, accessible to only her family and closest friends. She gave generously to charity. Princess Caroline died, unmarried and childless, on 28 December 1757, aged 44, at St James's Palace. She was buried at Westminster Abbey.

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  6. Caroline Matilda of Great Britain (born 1751), Queen of Denmark and Norway; Caroline of Brunswick (born 1768), who held the title of princess before becoming Queen of the United Kingdom; Princess Caroline of Gloucester (born 1774) Princess Caroline of Denmark (born 1793) Caroline Murat (born 1832), daughter of Prince Napoleon Lucien Charles Murat

  7. 02/01/2022 · Princess Caroline of Hannover and her children Charlotte Casiraghi and Andrea Casiraghi celebrated Christmas in Gstaad. On December 25, 2021, Princess Caroline, Charlotte Casiraghi, Dimtri Rassam and Andrea Casiraghi were spotted at Gstaad Ski Center which is located in southwest of Switzerland.