King George lll By: Aubrey burns

What was the point of your life?

I was in the American Revolution. I was king of Great Britain and Ireland. They were both a handful to manage. I worked day and night to keep my country going.

How do you think you will actually be remembered?

I hold the record for living longer than any other English or British king. I would also be greatly remembered by being the king of Great Britain and Ireland.

What do you consider your greatest success?

I feel like one of my greatest success was being England’s longest- ruling monarch before queen Victoria. Also during my 59 year region I pushed through a british victory in the seven years’ war.

Do you have any regrets?

The thing I regret the most would be for the loss of the American colonies during my reign. The loss of the American colonies affected me greatly. I drafted but never delivered an abdication speech.

Fun fact!

His time on earth was coming to an end. Family tragedies and the pressure of being King had finally caught up to him. In 1765 King George lll suffered a short mental break down and in the winter of 1889 he had a more prolonged mental illness. By 1810 he was permanently insane. He spent the rest of his life being taken care of by his wife charlotte.

Another fun fact!

King George became a prince at the age 12 he was the prince of wales. When he turned 22 he became king of britain.

Websites I used

Biography.com, history.com

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