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Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (Sophia Charlotte; 19 May 1744 – 17 November 1818) was Queen of Great Britain and Ireland as the wife of King George III from their marriage on 8 September 1761 until her death in 1818. The Acts of Union 1800 unified Great Britain and Ireland into the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. As George's wife, she was also Electress of Hanover until becoming Queen of Hanover on 12 October 1814. Charlotte was Britain's longest-serving queen consort, serving for 57 years and 70 days. Charlotte was born into the ruling family of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, a duchy in northern Germany. In 1760, the young and unmarried George III inherited the British throne. As Charlotte was a minor German princess with no interest in politics, George considered her a suitable consort, and they married in 1761. The marriage lasted 57 years and produced 15 children, 13 of whom survived to adulthood. They included two future British monarchs, George IV and William IV; as well as Charlotte, Princess Royal, who became Queen of Württemberg; and Prince Ernest Augustus, who became King of Hanover. Charlotte was a patron of the arts and an amateur botanist who helped expand Kew Gardens. She introduced the Christmas tree to Britain, decorating one for a Christmas party for children of Windsor in 1800. She was distressed by her husband's bouts of physical and mental illness, which became permanent in later life. She maintained a close relationship with Queen Marie Antoinette of France, and the French Revolution is likely to have enhanced the emotional strain felt by Charlotte. Her eldest son, George, was appointed prince regent in 1811 due to the increasing severity of the King's illness. Charlotte died in November 1818, with her son George at her side. George III died a little over a year later, probably unaware of his wife's death.

Article Title : Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz
Article Snippet :reis de Portvgal (sheet 97) Sousa, António Caetano de, História Genealógica da Casa Real Portuguesa, Tomo XII, Parte II, 1735 (pp. 702 & 703). Linge, Mary
Article Title : 1965 24 Hours of Le Mans
Article Snippet :Guichet had charged back to fourth ahead of the Porsches of Klass/Glemser and Linge/Nöcker. There were only 27 cars left running. Soon before 8am the Alpine
Article Title : Sir Richard Wallace, 1st Baronet
Article Snippet :officer" and by others "a 36-year-old homme de confiance (factotum)" with her mother being an "ouvrière en linge (linen maid)". Thirty years before the marriage
Article Title : Kongo language
Article Snippet :R. P. L. DE CLERCQ, Grammaire du Kiyombe , Edition Goemaere – Bruxelles – Kinshasa, 1907 (in French) Léon Dereau, COURS DE KIKONGO, Maison d’éditions
Article Title : 1969 24 Hours of Le Mans
Article Snippet :his works-driver teammate Herbert Linge to drive the first stint, but he demurred. Woolfe crashed approaching Maison Blanche when he got two wheels on
Article Title : 1964 24 Hours of Le Mans
Article Snippet :capable of 280 kp/h (175 mph). Regular team drivers Edgar Barth / Herbert Linge were joined by Gerhard Mitter / Colin Davis – who had earlier had a sensational
Article Title : 1970 24 Hours of Le Mans
Article Snippet :Spoerry/de Cortanze. A 908 spyder was entered by Solar Productions, which was actor Steve McQueen’s film production company. Driven by Herbert Linge/Jonathan
Article Title : List of places named after people
Article Snippet :Qin Shi Huang, First emperor of China Tong Linge Road, Zhao Dengyu Road, Zhang Zizhong Road – Tong Linge, Zhao Dengyu, Zhang Zizhong, soldiers in the
Article Title : Porsche 917
Article Snippet :drama: British gentleman-driver John Woolfe crashed his Porsche 917 at Maison Blanche on lap 1, dying as a result. Woolfe was the first privateer to race
Article Title : 1958 24 Hours of Le Mans
Article Snippet :3rd hour Maurice Charles lost control of his Jaguar in the downpour at Maison Blanche and was taken to hospital after being hit by two other cars. In

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