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RCIN 630791

At his Windsor cottage, George lived in seclusion with a close circle of friends and his advisers, and his mistress Lady Conyngham. Popular opinion ridiculed George’s rural bliss, and particularly his love of angling. Here he and Conyngham are shown fishing with his secluded cottage and Windsor Castle behind.

Purchased in 2003

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