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  1. Princess Sophia Matilda of Gloucester (29 May 1773 – 29 November 1844) was a great-granddaughter of King George II of Great Britain and niece of King George III

  2. La princesa Sofía de Gloucester (29 de mayo de 1773 - 29 de noviembre de 1844) fue una princesa inglesa, bisnieta de Jorge II de Gran Bretaña y sobrina de Jorge III del Reino Unido

    • Sofía Matilde
    • 29 de mayo de 1773, Mayfair, Londres
  3. 28/11/2013 · Princess Sophia Matilda of Gloucester (1773-1844) Princess Sophia (29 May 1773 - 29 November 1844) was the daughter of Prince William Henry, 1st Duke of Gloucester, a younger brother of George III. Princess Sophia Matilda was born in Grosvenor Street, Mayfair, on 29 May 1773, the eldest child and only surviving daughter of William Henry, 1st Duke ...

  4. 09/08/2015 · Princess Sophia Matilda was born in Grosvenor Street, Mayfair, on 29 May 1773, the eldest child and only surviving daughter of William Henry, 1st Duke of Gloucester, and his wife, Maria, the illegitimate daughter of Sir Edward Walpole MP and widow of the 2nd Earl Waldegrave (for a more in depth family tree see below).

  5. 16/05/2020 · Princess Sophia was born in Grosvenor Street, Mayfair. Her father was Prince William Henry, Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh, the third son of The Prince Frederick, Prince of Wales. Her mother was the Duchess of Gloucester, the illegitimate daughter of Sir Edward Walpole.

  6. Her mother was the Duchess of Gloucester, the illegitimate daughter of Edward Walpole. As a great granddaughter in the male line of George II, Sophia was styled Her Highness Princess Sophia of Gloucester from birth. The princess was privately christened at Gloucester House on 26 June 1773, by Charles Moss, The Bishop of St David's.