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Royal consorts and heirs from the House of Hanover who were born or died in London

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Caroline of Ansbach died in 1737 at St James's Palace. She had married the future George II in 1705 and became queen on his accession in 1727. Her grandson succeeded to the throne as George III. She is buried in Westminster Abbey.

Caroline of Ansbach
Westminster Abbey
Royal consorts buried at Westminster Abbey




In 1751 George II's eldest son Frederick Louis, Prince of Wales died of pneumonia at Leicester House and so it was his son who was crowned George III in 1760. Frederick is buried in Westminster Abbey.

Frederick Louis, Prince of Wales
Westminster Abbey
Royal consorts buried at Westminster Abbey




Charlotte Sophia of Mecklenburg-Strelitz married George III at St James's Palace in 1761. She was queen until her death in 1818 at Kew Palace in Surrey and had given birth to the future George IV in 1762 and William IV in 1765 and was the grandmother of Queen Victoria.

Charlotte Sophia of Mecklenburg-Strelitz
Kew Palace



Caroline of Brunswick died at Hammersmith in London in 1821 shortly after her husband's Coronation as George IV. She was buried in Brunswick. She had married her cousin the Prince of Wales in 1795, but after the birth of Princess Charlotte in 1796 they lived separately.

Caroline of Brunswick



Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen died in 1849 at Bentley Priory, Stanmore (then in Middlesex). She was Queen to William IV from 1830 until his death in 1837 and is buried in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.

Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen
Royal consorts buried at Windsor



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