|Queen Charlotte is accustomed to George's eccentricities. She knows the King is frequently wrong--even if he is rarely in doubt.
Yet Charlotte sees this behavior as little more than the innocent pride of a man uninterested in the opinions of others.
Her own view is a bit broader. Nevertheless, Charlotte's relative openmindedness isn't always immune to George's suspicions about the Americans, Scots, Irish, Australians, Italians and (especially) those bloody French.
And Pitt, the wise advisor, knows better than to mention peasants or unwashed revolutionaries to either royal.