The Good Queen Charlotte is an important historical account of a little-researched period of the Georgian reign, exploring the life, work, and legacy of the queen consort of King George III.
Sophia Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (1744–1818) was just 17 when she was betrothed to George III, King of Great Britain and Ireland. First published in 1899, this fascinating work by Percy H. Fitzgerald analyses the history of Queen Charlotte. Discover the highs and lows of the remarkable queen consort’s reign and the complexities of her marriage as her husband was diagnosed with ‘madness’.
Read & Co. History is proudly republishing this biographical volume for a new generation to enjoy.