Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange

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Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange (2 November 1709 – 12 January 1759 ) was the second child and eldest daughter of King George II of Great Britain and his consort Caroline of Ansbach.wikipedia
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Caroline of Ansbach

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Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange (2 November 1709 – 12 January 1759 ) was the second child and eldest daughter of King George II of Great Britain and his consort Caroline of Ansbach.
Over the next seven years, Caroline had three more children, Anne, Amelia, and Caroline, all of whom were born in Hanover.

William IV, Prince of Orange

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She was the spouse of William IV, Prince of Orange, the first hereditary stadtholder of all seven provinces of the Northern Netherlands.
On 25 March 1734 he married at St James's Palace Anne, Princess Royal, eldest daughter of King George II of Great Britain and Caroline of Ansbach.

Princess Royal

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Princess Anne was the second daughter of a British sovereign to hold the title Princess Royal.

George II of Great Britain

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Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange (2 November 1709 – 12 January 1759 ) was the second child and eldest daughter of King George II of Great Britain and his consort Caroline of Ansbach.
Between 1709 and 1713, George and Caroline had three more children, all girls: Anne, Amelia, and Caroline.

George Frideric Handel

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She learned German, French and English, and was taught music (including singing, harpsichord, and composition) by Georg Friedrich Händel.
In March 1734 Handel composed a wedding anthem This is the day which the Lord hath made, and a serenata Parnasso in Festa for Anne, Princess Royal.

Parnasso in festa

Handel also composed an operatic entertainment, Parnasso in Festa, in honour of her wedding which was performed for the first time at the King's Theatre, London, on 13 March 1734, with great success.
The work was written to celebrate the marriage of Anne, Princess Royal and Prince William of Orange.

Herrenhausen Palace

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Anne was born at Herrenhausen Palace, Hanover, five years before her paternal grandfather, Elector George Louis, succeeded to the thrones of Great Britain and Ireland as George I.
Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange

Princess Caroline of Great Britain

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Convinced of its medical value, the Queen had her two younger daughters, Amelia and Caroline, inoculated successfully.
At the age of one year, Caroline accompanied her mother and elder sisters, the Princesses Anne and Amelia, to Great Britain, and the family resided at St James's Palace, London.

Wedding anthem for Princess Anne

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The music played at her wedding, This is the day was set by Handel to the princess's own words based on Psalms 45 and 118.
It was written for the wedding of Anne, Princess Royal and Prince William of Orange and was first performed during their marriage at the French Chapel in St James's Palace, London, on 14 March 1734.

William V, Prince of Orange

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She was Regent of the Netherlands from 1751 until her death in 1759, exercising extensive powers on behalf of her son William V. When she too died in 1765, Anne's daughter, Carolina, was made regent until William V would reach the age of eighteen in 1766.
Dowager Princess Anne, his mother, from 1751 to her death in 1759;

Princess Carolina of Orange-Nassau

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When she too died in 1765, Anne's daughter, Carolina, was made regent until William V would reach the age of eighteen in 1766.
She was the daughter of William IV, Prince of Orange, Stadtholder of the Netherlands, and Anne, Princess Royal.

Princess Anne, Maryland

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Princess Anne, Maryland, is named for her.
With a population just under 4,000 people, this town at the head of the Manokin River was named for Princess Anne of Great Britain, daughter of King George II.

Josina van Aerssen

The composer Josina van Aerssen was one of her ladies-in-waiting.
Josina van Aerssen was the lady in waiting to Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange, the spouse of prince William IV of Orange.

Duke Louis Ernest of Brunswick-Lüneburg

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She gained all the prerogatives normally held by a hereditary Stadtholder of the Netherlands, with the exception of the military duties of the office, which were entrusted to Duke Louis Ernest of Brunswick-Lüneburg. Anne continued to act as regent until her death from dropsy in 1759, at The Hague, when she was replaced by her mother-in-law, Marie Louise of Hesse-Kassel, who was assisted by Duke Louis Ernest of Brunswick-Lüneburg.
William's wife Anne was initially sceptical about his appointment and opposed it.

Charles Christian, Prince of Nassau-Weilburg

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He married on 5 March 1760 in The Hague Princess Carolina of Orange-Nassau (1743–1787), daughter of William IV, Prince of Orange and Anne, Princess Royal.

Landgravine Marie Louise of Hesse-Kassel

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Anne continued to act as regent until her death from dropsy in 1759, at The Hague, when she was replaced by her mother-in-law, Marie Louise of Hesse-Kassel, who was assisted by Duke Louis Ernest of Brunswick-Lüneburg.
Marie Louise's son William married Anne, Princess Royal, eldest daughter of George II of Great Britain, on 25 March 1734 at St James's Palace in London.

Nieuwe Kerk (Delft)

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Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange (1759)

Stadtholder

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She was the spouse of William IV, Prince of Orange, the first hereditary stadtholder of all seven provinces of the Northern Netherlands.

Regent

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She was Regent of the Netherlands from 1751 until her death in 1759, exercising extensive powers on behalf of her son William V.

Anglophile

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She was known as an Anglophile, due to her English upbringing and family connections, but was unable to convince the Dutch Republic to enter the Seven Years' War on the side of the British.

Seven Years' War

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She was known as an Anglophile, due to her English upbringing and family connections, but was unable to convince the Dutch Republic to enter the Seven Years' War on the side of the British.

Kingdom of Great Britain

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Anne was born at Herrenhausen Palace, Hanover, five years before her paternal grandfather, Elector George Louis, succeeded to the thrones of Great Britain and Ireland as George I.

Kingdom of Ireland

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Anne was born at Herrenhausen Palace, Hanover, five years before her paternal grandfather, Elector George Louis, succeeded to the thrones of Great Britain and Ireland as George I.

George I of Great Britain

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Anne was born at Herrenhausen Palace, Hanover, five years before her paternal grandfather, Elector George Louis, succeeded to the thrones of Great Britain and Ireland as George I.