King George: When I was an infant, my colic was never just colic. My colic was a disaster. An ill omen. The potential... ruin of England. When I was a boy, refusal to eat my peas was the potential ruin of England. An incorrect sum at mathematics, the potential ruin of England. I have lived my entire life in terror of acting incorrectly because every incorrect action threatened the ruin of England. That terror nearly broke me. I found places to hide. My farms, my observatory. My madness. I thought that terror was the price of being royal. Now, I have met a woman who is never terrified. Who does as she pleases. Breaks rules, courts scandal. Commits unthinkable impertinences. And she is the most royal person I have ever known.
This quote comes from a TV series ‘Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story’. The scene where this moment comes from is from Season 1 Episode 4, with the title of ‘Holding the King’ (1×04). The show is a prequel to Bridgerton books and TV series. | The series ‘Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story’ is produced by Netflix
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