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  1. Frederick, Prince of Wales, KG (Frederick Louis, German: Friedrich Ludwig; 31 January 1707 – 31 March 1751), was the eldest son and heir apparent of King George II of Great Britain. He grew estranged from his parents, King George and Queen Caroline .

  2. Frederick married his third cousin Princess Frederica Charlotte of Prussia, the daughter of King Frederick William II of Prussia and Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-Lüneburg, at Charlottenburg, Berlin, on 29 September 1791 and again on 23 November 1791 at Buckingham Palace. The marriage was not a happy one and the couple soon separated.

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    Prince of Wales 1762–1820; married 1795, Princess Caroline of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel; had one daughter: Princess Charlotte: Prince Frederick, Duke of York and Albany: 16 August 1763: 5 January 1827: Married 1791, Princess Frederica of Prussia; no issue William IV: 21 August 1765: 20 June 1837

  4. Prince George (1683–1760) Duke and Marquess of Cambridge later King George II: Dukedom and marquessate merged with the Crown, 1727: Prince Frederick (1707–1751) Prince of Wales: George III (1738-1820) Duke of Cambridge FOURTH CREATION, 1801: Prince Edward (1767–1820) Duke of Kent and Strathearn: Prince Adolphus (1774–1850) 1st Duke of ...

  5. 14/10/2022 · Following a bumpy launch week that saw frequent server trouble and bloated player queues, Blizzard has announced that over 25 million Overwatch 2 players have logged on in its first 10 days."Sinc

  6. On 20 January 1820, Frederick succeeded his father as the Landgrave of Hesse-Homburg. Thanks to Elizabeth's dowry and annual allowance, he was able to remodel the palace in Homburg . For her part, Landgravine Elizabeth could bid farewell to the rigid court etiquette she had disliked in England. [13]

  7. 11/10/2022 · Neither the company’s board nor management have contributed a dime to this lobbying effort so far. The state, however, would be required to raise up to $5bn a year in new taxes.