Not his wife
Posted by Constanza on September 08, 1998 at 09:53:43:
In response to Could you mean his wife?, written by P. Bingham on September 08, 1998 at 00:44:39
I am sure it was one of his sisters.
I've been trying hard to remember where I read it, and I think it was in Jean Plaidy's Albert & Victoria. I only leaft over the book, but there is a part where Victoria recalls what she has heard of her family and I think there is a reference to her aunt's illegitimate child. I don't remember the princess' name, but I was sure it was not Caroline. I'll check it.
I thought that it was a well-known matter, but perhaps JP just picked up some rumour. After all, A&V is a novel.
- Definitely Princess Sophia Galleon 19:02:40 9/08/98 (7)
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- The link Constanza 13:27:34 9/10/98 (1)
- Thanks! Caroline 13:55:53 9/10/98 (0)
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- Yes. nfm Laura W 00:27:54 9/12/98 (0)
- Yes, I'd say they were rather well "associated!" ;-) (nt) Woodhouse 20:05:26 9/09/98 (0)
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