18th century British monarch George III – sometimes called "Mad King George" – had six daughters, and tried to keep them unmarried and living at home. An acclaimed royal biographer describes the lives of these six beautiful, well-educated, and headstrong princesses.

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  • Flora Fraser also author of "The Unruly Queen" and "Beloved Emma"

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