The History Girls: Her own worst Enemy: Caroline of Brunswick (1768-1821) by Charlotte Betts

Whilst Caroline isn’t the main character in The Dressmaker’s Secret, the factual events of her life frame the plot for my heroine, Emilia. She becomes a member of Caroline’s household in Italy, before travelling to England to find her lost family and unravel the mystery of priceless stolen paintings.

In 1794 Princess Caroline of Brunswick was twenty-six years old and…

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2 thoughts on “The History Girls: Her own worst Enemy: Caroline of Brunswick (1768-1821) by Charlotte Betts

  1. Caroline was undoubtedly treated badly by a husband who had been allowed to do as he liked, and had never really accepted responsibility for his actions. Given the scandals and outrageous behaviour in the Regency court, it seems as if ‘Blackadder’ wasn’t too far off the mark.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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