LH
Lady Hastings
Celebrity
Birth Date: Feb. 11, 1806
Birth Time: 6 a.m.
Birth City: Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
Aquarius
Degree : 21º54'30.13"
Sun Sign*
Scorpio
Degree : 10º32'20.3"
Moon Sign
Anuradha
Pada : 3
Nakshatra
Sagittarius
Degree : 19º33'20.83"
Ascendant
Updated at Mar 24, 2024
Created by admin.astronidan
LH
Feb. 11, 1806
6 a.m.
Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
Celebrity
Aquarius
Degree : 21º54'30.13"
Sun Sign*
Scorpio
Degree : 10º32'20.3"
Moon Sign
Anuradha
Pada : 3
Nakshatra
Sagittarius
Degree : 19º33'20.83"
Ascendant
Updated at Mar 24, 2024
Created by admin.astronidan
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Birth Details

Gender Female
Weekday Tuesday
Date Feb. 11, 1806
Time 6 a.m.
Daylight Saving No
City Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
Geo-location 55ºN57'7.42",
Timezone Europe/London

Residence Details

City Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
Timezone Europe/London

Time/Correction

Time (Europe/London) Feb. 11, 1806, 06:11:32 AM
Time (UTC) Feb. 11, 1806, 06:12:47 AM
Time (LMT) Feb. 11, 1806, 06:00:00 AM
Time (Julian) 2380728.75887731
LMT Correction -0.2131 Hrs
Ayanmsha True Chitra - 21º8'21.71"

Birth Place

Birth location on map - Lat: 55ºN57'7.42" Lon: 3ºS11'47.33"

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Diagnoses

Major Diseases | Cancer Body Part Problems | Liver/Pancreas/Spleen

Personal

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Vocation

Writers | Poet Misc. | Other Vocation Misc.

Family

Childhood | Advantaged Childhood | Family noted Relationship | Married late/never Parenting | Kids none

Life Story

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British aristocrat, poet and lady-in-waiting to Queen Victoria's mother, the Duchess of Kent. Her death in 1839 was the subject of a court scandal that gave the Queen a negative image. Her Poems by the lady Flora Hastings was published posthumously in 1841 by her sister Sophia (mother of John, Marquess of Bute). Lady Flora was one of the daughters of Francis Rawdon-Hastings, 1st Marquess of Hastings (1754–1826) and his wife Flora Mure-Campbell (1780–1840). Her siblings were George, Sophia, Selina, and Adelaide. The unmarried Lady Flora was alleged to have had an affair with John Conroy, the "favourite" and also suspected lover of the Duchess of Kent. The Duchess's daughter, Alexandrina Victoria (later Queen Victoria), detested Conroy, while Flora disliked the queen's adored friend and mentor, Lady Lehzen, as well as the Prime Minister, Lord Melbourne. As the Duchess of Kent's lady-in-waiting, Lady Flora was party to Conroy's infamous Kensington System by which he colluded with the Duchess to keep Victoria isolated from her Hanoverian uncles. For these reasons, the young Victoria hated and suspected Lady Flora, and was open to any accusation that could be laid at the feet of Conroy or his aides. Once she ascended the throne in June 1837, Victoria made every attempt to keep her mother's household, including Lady Flora and Conroy, away from her in distant parts of Buckingham Palace. Her mother unsuccessfully insisted that Conroy and his family be allowed at court. Sometime in 1839, Lady Fora began to experience pain and swelling in her lower abdomen. She visited the queen's physician, Sir James Clark, who could not diagnose her condition without an examination, which she refused. Clark assumed the abdominal growth was pregnancy, and met with Lady Flora twice a week from 10 January to 16 February. As she was unmarried, his suspicions were hushed up. However, her enemies, Baroness Lehzen and the Marchioness of Tavistock (better known as the inventor of afternoon tea) spread the rumour that she was "with child", and eventually Lehzen told Melbourne about her fears. On 2 February, the queen wrote in her journal that she suspected Conroy, a man whom she loathed intensely, to be the father. The accusations were proven false when Lady Flora finally consented to a physical examination by the royal doctors, who confirmed that she was not pregnant. She did, however, have an advanced cancerous liver tumour, and had only months left to live. Queen Victoria visited the now emaciated and clearly dying Lady Flora on 27 June. Lady Flora died in London "a few minutes after 2" o'clock on the morning of 5 July 1839, aged 33. Conroy and Lord Hastings, her brother, stirred up a press campaign against both the Queen and Doctor Clark which attacked them for insulting and disgracing Lady Flora with false rumours and for plotting against her and the entire Hastings family. Victoria remained adamant that Conroy should never be close to the throne in any fashion. The next year, her marriage and subsequent pregnancy restored her to popular favour. Victoria remained haunted by guilty memories of Lady Flora, having nightmares about her for years afterwards. Lady Flora was portrayed in the film The Young Victoria (2009) by the Irish actress Genevieve O'Reilly, and by Alice Orr-Ewing in British drama television series Victoria (2016). Link to Wikipedia biography

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S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description
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Disease

July 1, 1839

Death by Disease 5 July 1839 at 02:05 AM in London (Liver cancer/ tumour, age 33) .

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