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  1. Dorotea Bland, Mrs. Jordan (Waterford, 21 de noviembre de 1761-Saint-Cloud, 5 de julio de 1816) fue una actriz irlandesa.Durante 20 años fue amante y compañera del duque de Clarence, quien se convertiría en el rey Guillermo IV.

  2. Dorothea Jordan, also called Dorothy Jordan, (born Nov. 22, 1761, near Waterford, Ire.—died July 3, 1816, Saint-Cloud, France), actress especially famed for her high-spirited comedy and tomboy roles. Jordan’s mother, Grace Phillips, who was also known as Mrs. Frances, was a Dublin actress. Her father, a man named Bland, was probably a stagehand. She made her stage debut in 1777 in Dublin ...

  3. Dorothea Jordan (21 de noviembre de 1761 - 5 de julio de 1816), también conocida indistintamente como Mrs Jordan y anteriormente Miss Francis o Miss Bland , fue una actriz angloirlandesa , cortesana y amante y compañera del futuro rey Guillermo IV del Reino Unido para 20 años (1791-1811) mientras era duque de Clarence .

  4. Dorothea Jordan. Dorothea (sometimes Dorothy or Dora) Jordan, the comic actress, née Bland was born to an Irish father and Welsh mother and spent her childhood in Dublin and Wales. She made her stage debut in 1777 at the age of 16 and her first Drury Lane appearance in 1785. She kept her hold on the public for nearly 30 years, mainly in comic ...

  5. 06/10/2021 · Dorothea moved on from Richard and began the relationship she is most well-known for, which was with the Duke of Clarence (later King William IV). Dorothea’s surviving children with Richard then moved in with her sister Hester and Dorothea would later send money for their education and upkeep. It was in 1790 that the Duke of Clarence first ...

  6. 28/10/2020 · Dorothea Jordan was the mistress of the future King William IV of the United Kingdom from 1790 until 1811. William was the Duke of Clarence at the time. Dorothea Bland was born on November 21, 1761 in County Waterford, Ireland, the daughter of Francis Bland, a stagehand, and his mistress Grace Phillips, an actress. She had five siblings:

  7. Dorothea Jordan (21 November 1761 – 5 July 1816), also known interchangeably as Mrs Jordan and previously Miss Francis or Miss Bland, was an Anglo-Irish actress, courtesan and the mistress and companion of the future King William IV of the United Kingdom for 20 years (1791–1811) while he was Duke of Clarence.