Hamlet Act4, Scene7

What things of a personal nature do we learn about gertrude and cladius

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Claudius really does love Gertrude. Laertes demands to know why the king did not act against Hamlet. Claudius sums up how he feels about the Queen by saying that she is essential to his happiness.

The queen his mother
Lives almost by his looks, and for myself—
My virtue or my plague, be it either which—
She’s so conjunctive to my life and soul,