Great Britain. In 1714, Queen Anne died, and Caroline's grandfather became George I and her father Prince of Wales. At the age of one year, Caroline accompanied her mother and elder sisters, the Princesses Anne and Amelia, to Great Britain, and the family resided at St James's Palace, London. She was then styled as a Princess of Great Britain.
Princess Augusta was born at St. James's Palace.As she was the first born child of Frederick, Prince of Wales and the first born grandchild of George II of Great Britain and Caroline of Ansbach, Augusta was second in line for the throne of Great Britain, which changed a year later in 1738, when her brother Prince George (later George III of Great Britain) was born.
Princess Caroline was heiress presumptive to the crown of Monaco until the birth of her brother's legitimate children. There is precedent for a Monégasque prince to adopt his own illegitimate child and thereby place that child at the head of the line of succession to the Monegasque throne , as was done for Caroline's grandmother, Princess Charlotte, Duchess of Valentinois . 
Princess Marie Amélie of Naples and Sicily: 2. Prince Robert, Duke of Chartres: 10. Frederick Louis, Hereditary Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin: 5. Duchess Helene of Mecklenburg-Schwerin: 11. Princess Caroline Louise of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach: 1. Princess Marie of Orléans: 12. Louis Philippe I of France (= 8) 6. François, Prince of ...
Catherine, Princess of Wales, GCVO (born Catherine Elizabeth Middleton on 9 January 1982) is a member of the British royal family. She is married to William, Prince of Wales , heir apparent to the British throne , making Catherine the likely next queen consort .
Princess of Wales (1901–1910) On 9 November 1901, nine days after arriving back in Britain and on the King's sixtieth birthday, George was created Prince of Wales. The family moved their London residence from St James's Palace to Marlborough House. As Princess of Wales, Mary accompanied her husband on trips to Austria-Hungary and Württemberg ...
George mainly lived in Great Britain after 1714, though he visited his home in Hanover in 1716, 1719, 1720, 1723 and 1725; in total George spent about one fifth of his reign as king in Germany. A clause in the Act of Settlement that forbade the British monarch from leaving the country without Parliament's permission was unanimously repealed in 1716.