The figure is charming--even if the king was less so. Alongside is a contemporary image of George IV, so you can see the likeness to the figure is quite strong. That puffy hairdo is unmistakable! The dark colors of the print hide the vastness of the king's overindulged body, and the tight coat on the figure was surely an attempt to reign in that mass in the era before spandex.
Queen Victoria ascended the throne in 1837. Young, sweet, and oh-so-virtuous, she was quite the opposite of her naughty kingly uncles--but again she was not captured in clay in the early years of her reign. In fact, just one early figure of her is known (photo courtesy of Jonathan Horne).