George III is often remembered as the “mad king” or the “king who lost America”.He was incredibly well educated and had developed a passion for arts, music and sciences. An active patron of artists and scientists but he was also an enthused practitioner. He was particularly keen on architecture and employed William Chambers to teach him architectural practice and to design exotic buildings for the gardens at Kew including, most famously, the pagoda which still stands today.
▶ Pharrell Williams - Happy [WE ARE FROM HANNOVER] -on the river Leine, is the capital of the federal state of Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen), Germany and was once by personal union the family seat of the Hanoverian Kings of Great Britain
George III was the third Hanoverian king of Great Britain. During his reign, Britain lost its American colonies but emerged as a leading power in Europe. He suffered from recurrent fits of madness and after his son acted as regent.
in George II was crowed King of Great Britain. He was the second Hanoverian king, and the last to be born outside of Britain. He had little control over policy in the country, with the Parliament taking over the majority.