|Princess Charlotte of Wales|
Princess Charlotte later went on to marry her cousin, Leopold of Saxe-Coburg (who later became King of the Belgians). At 20 years she became pregnant and the pregnancy went well. The baby was due on 19 October 1817, however Charlotte didn't go into labor until 4 November. It was a very difficult birth and 50 hours later the princess gave birth to a stillborn son.
Princess Charlotte was exhausted after having given birth. She was extremely cold and felt strange. The doctors tried to do anything they could for her but a few hours later she died of internal bleeding.
Investigation of the incident showed that nothing could have been done to save the Princess. In spite of that the obstetrician named Richard Croft was very upset about the Princess' and the baby's death and committed suicide three months later.