Anne of Hanover
Girl of Georges II of Great Britain and Caroline de Branbebourg-Ansbach.
Five children his born from this union:
Caroline of Orange-Nassau (1743-1787), in 1760 it married prince Charles de Nassau-Weilbourg († 1788)
Guillaume V of Orange-Nassau, stathouder of the Netherlands.
Anne of Hanover was high with the palate of Herrenhausen to Hanover.
With the death of her husband Guillaume IV of Orange-Nassau, it was regent for his young person wire Guillaume V of Orange-Nassau. Its political beginnings were excellent, it was equipped with a rapid decision making. But with time, it became tyrannical and unforeseeable. Anne of Hanover ensured regency until her death which has occurred on January 12th, 1759 $the Hague. His/her mother-in-law, Louise de Hesse-Cassel ensured in her turn regency for her grandson of 1759 with 1765, then it was Orange-Nassau Caroline which ensured regency for his/her young brother Guillaume V of Orange-Nassau of 1765 1766.
Anne of Hanover appears among the ascending ones of the queen Béatrix of the Netherlands.
- Georges Ier of Great Britain (paternal grandfather)
Jean Frederic de Brandebourg-Ansbach (maternal grandfather)
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