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  1. Georgiana Cavendish, duquesa de Devonshire (Althorp, Northamptonshire, 7 de junio de 1757 - Londres, 30 de marzo de 1806), nacida Georgiana Spencer, fue la primera esposa de Guillermo Cavendish, V duque de Devonshire y madre de Guillermo Jorge Spencer Cavendish, VI duque de Devonshire.

  2. Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire, died on 30 March 1806, at 3:30, at the age of 48. She was surrounded by her husband, the 5th Duke of Devonshire; her mother, Countess Spencer; her sister, the Countess of Bessborough; her eldest daughter, Lady Morpeth (who was eight months pregnant); and Lady Elizabeth Foster.

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    Georgiana Spencer nació el 7 de juniode 1757 en Althorp, Northamptonshire. Era la hija mayor del conde John Spencer y su esposa Margaret Georgiana Poyntz, quien tuvo verdadera pasión por su hija mayor, en detrimento de sus dos hermanos pequeños, Henrietta y George.

    Georgiana Cavendish, Duquesa de Devonshire (1757-1806) fue la figura más representativa y afamada de la era georgiana en el Reino Unido –periodo histórico entre 1714 hasta 1830, que comprende el reinado de los cuatro primeros monarcas de la Casa de Hanover, esto es, Jorge I, II, III y IV– por el nada desdeñable papel que desempeñó dentro de los círculos políticos whigs –denominación por aquel tiempo del Partico Liberal británico– . Mujer inteligente, hábil política e indispensable miembro de la sociedad británica más selecta, la Duquesa de Devonshire sigue a día de hoy levantando pasiones. En el Reino Unido es sobre todo conocida por ser antepasada de la malograda Diana de Gales, así como de Sarah Fergusson, Duquesa de York –en este caso por vía de Eliza, la hija ilegítima de Georgiana– y por haber sido llevada su vida al cine hace unos pocos años, concretamente el filme titulado La Duquesa (2008), protagonizado por la actriz Keira Knightley, en el papel de Georgiana Cavendish. Atrá...

    El día que Georgiana cumplía diecisiete años, se casaba con William Cavendish, quinto duque de Devonshire. De ella solamente se esperaba que fuera una esposa sumisa y que diera pronto un heredero al duque. Pero la duquesa dio a luz a dos niñas y sufrió varios abortos antes de poder dar a su esposo el ansiado heredero y futuro sexto duque de Devonshire. Una presión que Georgiana intentó mitigar ingiriendo grandes cantidades de calmantes y abusando de la bebida. Además de sus hijos, tuvo también que soportar la presencia de una hija bastarda del duque habida antes de concebir a los suyos propios.

    En los primeros años de su matrimonio la Duquesa también se apasionó por la política e inició una campaña pública en favor del candidato del partido de los Whigs al parlamento, Charles James Fox. Su marido, un notable miembro de los whigs, reunía en su casa a lo más granado del partido por lo que Georgiana comenzó a relacionarse con la élite política británica. En poco tiempo, la Duquesa se convertiría en valedora del líder del partido, Charles James Fox (1749-1806). El hecho de que una mujer en pleno siglo XVIII, cuando aún no había estallado la Revolución Francesa y los derechos de las mujeres estaban a años luz de visualizarse en el panorama político, quisiera inmiscuirse en asuntos masculinos, fue objeto de burlas y comentarios humorísticos. En 1784, cuando no estaba seguro que Fox mantuviera su escaño en Westminster, Georgiana se lanzó a las calles de la capital del Támesis a conseguir votos puerta por puerta, consiguiendo finalmente que el dirigente whig fuera reelegido. Sin e...

    Grandes fiestas de la Duquesa de Devonshire

    Sea como fuere, las grandes fiestas de la Duquesa de Devonshire comenzaron a traspasar el círculo de sus amistades, para convertirse en la comidilla de Londres. La duquesa de Devonshire tenía que mostrarse a la sociedad que la adulaba como una gran dama de la aristocracia inglesa. Su pasión por la moda y sus gustos por los altísimos e imposibles tocados, la convirtieron en un referente para el resto damas que corrían a emular su último modelo. En las reuniones, fiestas y bailes que tenían lug...

    Los Duques de trasladaron a pasar unos días al balneario de Bath. Ellos quedaron prendados de su nueva amiga Lady Elizabeth, una mujer que cambiaría la vida de ambos. Conocida familiarmente como Bess, se convirtió en la mejor amiga y confidente de Georgiana y en la amante oficial del Duque. Tanto es así que Lady Elizabeth daría a luz dos hijos ilegítimos del Duque, Caroline St. Jules y August Clifford, y llegaría a convertirse en Duquesa de Devonshire tras la muerte de Georgiana. Georgiana tuvo que aceptar la hipocresía social que asumía que los hombres tuvieran amantes mientras que las mujeres debían ser esposas fieles. La Duquesa finalmente quedó embarazada. En julio de 1783 daría a luz a su primera hija Georgiana Howard, conocida como “La pequeña G.”. En los años posteriores los Duques tendrían dos hijos más: Harriet en 1785, William, el tan deseado varón, en 1790. Sin embargo, la Duquesa conoció a un joven político de su partido, Charles Grey, Segundo Conde de Grey (1764-1845),...

    Su salud se degradó rápidamente hasta que el 30 de marzode 1806 fallecía a los cuarenta y ocho años de edad.

  3. 23/07/2015 · La vida de Georgiana Cavendish estuvo marcada por los excesos en el juego y en el lujo. Fue una mujer atrapada en un mundo de convenciones estrictas del que, aunque lo intentó, no pudo escapar. Casada por conveniencia con el duque de Devonshire, Georgiana sufrió al no poder dar un heredero varón, un niño que tardó años en llegar y sumieron a la duquesa en una vorágine de alcohol y ...

  4. Georgiana Cavendish Facts. 1. Once Upon a Time. Born in Northamptonshire on June 7, 1757, Georgiana Spencer was her mother’s absolute favorite “dear little Gee.”. As a young girl, Georgiana knew nothing but comfort and love. Her family was wildly wealthy and her parents enjoyed a very happy marriage.

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    Georgiana Spencer, as was her birth name was born on the 7th of June in the year 1757 to John Spencer, a British peer, and politician and his wife Georgiana who later came to be known as Countess Georgiana. She was born in Althorp, Northamptonshire. Georgiana had two younger sisters. The family lived in St James, London. Georgiana was the closest and dearest to her mother as compared to the other two children. In 1765, her father became Earl Spencer.

    Georgiana was only 17 years old when she married the most eligible bachelor of the Regency Era – William Cavendish who was 25 years old. He was a British nobleman, a politician, an aristocrat. He was also one of the most powerful men in England along with being wealthy which made them a good match. However, these two had very little in common and were hardly ever seen together on social occasions. He was known to have various affairs outside the marriage and was unable to have Georgiana produce a child. The Duke had a former illegitimate daughter before his marriage. He also had a former partner Lady Elizabeth Foster who later became a close friend of Georgiana Cavendish. Even after the Duke and Lady Foster had separated, they were known to have shared certain sexual relations. Later, they had two illegitimate children. Duchess Cavendish was absolutely unhappy with this marriage. According to the customs in Regency England, a woman could not take a lover until she had produced an he...

    It is believed that Duchess Cavendish, after the birth of her son was involved in a love affair with Charles Grey. Charles Grey, who was later known as the 2nd Earl Grey. He was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1830 to 1834. He was a noble and famous man in London. While there is no concrete evidence that Earl Grey and Duchess Cavendish were involved in a ‘love affair’, she became pregnant by him in 1791. She was sent off to France for her childbirth. Her health was extremely poor and everyone believed that she would die during childbirth. However, the child was well born and was called Eliza Courtney and she belonged to the Grey family. While in France, she lived in complete isolation and was usually depressed as she was separated from her other children and family members. In the end, she denied her love for Charles Grey and went back to England to her husband and children.

    Georgiana’s family was a supporter of the Whig party. She lived during times when there was a realization of woman suffrage and empowerment. She was an influential woman and the first woman to come out as a political activist in her time. She inspired women to promote the Whig party.

    She was a writer and poet during her time. Some of her works were published anonymously. Her very first published writing was ‘Emma; Or, The Unfortunate Attachment: A Sentimental Novel’ which came out in 1773. In 1778, she published ‘The Sylph’ anonymously. In the last years of her life, she published ‘The Passage of the Mountain of Saint Gothard’.

    After returning to England from France, she was much involved in taking care of her husband who suffered from gout. In 1796, she suffered from illness in her eyes, the operation of which resulted in her scarring face. Rapidly, her health began to decline and debt began to increase. During her decline in health, she became addicted to gambling. She was in her forties back then. It is also said that once she begged her mother for 100 pounds and told her that she was suffering from jaundice. Later, it was found out that she was genuinely sick and suffering from a liver disorder.

    She spent her last years in sickness. She died at a young age of 48 on March 30th, 1806. She was surrounded by her children, her mother, and her husband. She was buried at the family vault in All Saints Parish Church. Her life was an example of the life of a noblewoman of England, a roller coaster of emotions and outburst and a result of various decisions. There were many film portrayals on her life like the ‘The Divine Lady’ in 1929 and ‘Berkeley Square’ in 1933.

  5. 23/07/2018 · Georgiana had her first child in 1783 when her daughter Georgiana Dorothy was born. She was followed in 1785 by Harriett Elizabeth – whose middle-name is perhaps telling. The male heir, de rigueur among the aristocracy, would not arrive until May 1790, when William George Spencer Cavendish was born.

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