COVID 19 UPDATE: 06th April 2020
The online store is still open and receiving orders. The shop is closed to the public.
Staff are working from home and only visit the shop to make shipments. Regular handwashing and sanitising is in place.
Telephone: 0044 (0) 20 7242 4035
In late 1810, already virtually blind with cataracts and in pain from rheumatism, George III became dangerously ill. It was clear that he was no longer fit to reign and Parliament responded by passing the Regency Act of 1811. The act created the role of Prince Regent which was assigned to The Prince of Wales and allowed him to exercise the full powers of the King. The Prince of Wales continued as Regent until his father's death in 1820, when he became King George IV.
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