"Honour all men. Love the brotherhood. Fear God. Honour the king."--1 Peter 2:17
Queen Anne, "in dying" says Klose, confirmed the belief, that had long prevailed, of her partiality for the exiled Prince, by exclaiming, "Oh, my dear brother, how I pity you!"--pg. 322, History of the Irish Brigades in the Service of France by John Cornelius O'Callaghan.
Prince George and Princess Anne of Denmark
Queen Anne I of Great Britain was born February 6, 1665 to James, Duke of York and Anne Hyde. On July 28, 1683, she married Prince George of Denmark, becoming Princess Anne of Denmark. When William III invaded England, George and Anne deserted James II and joined William.
In 1702, William III died and the crown passed to Anne, who was, author G. A. Henty says "good-nature itself". Anne determined to let her brother succeed her, perhaps in hopes of undoing her desertion of her father, and reorganized the army to that end. Most of the people were in favor of her brother, James III, having the crown. In God's providence, however, she died just before her plans could be finished, saying that she pitied her "dear brother".
Despite the fact that her plan was undone, Queen Anne is remembered fondly today. Under her, British troops won the War of the Spanish Succession with the Duke of Marlborough leading them.
Rather than idly wishing that her brother would succeed, she worked towards it. So should we.