Brighton Pavilion exhibition remembers Princess Charlotte
A new exhibition in Brighton is remembering a princess who was adored by the public in the early 19th Century.
Princess Charlotte of Wales died in childbirth in 1817, at the age of 21, causing a national outpouring of grief.
An exhibition of her life in is being held in the Royal Pavilion in Brighton, the former seaside residence of her father King George IV, which she visited on several occasions.
12 Mar 2012
- From the section Sussex