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  1. Carolina Amalia vivió en Copenhague hasta 1807, cuando su familia se mudó a Augustenborg. En diciembre de 1814 se comprometió con el príncipe heredero Cristián de Dinamarca, quien se había divorciado de su primera esposa y acababa de regresar de Noruega tras abdicar como rey de ese país. La boda se celebró en mayo de 1815.

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    Her mother introduced her to the heir presumptive to the Danish throne, the future Christian VIII, and encouraged them to marry. Reportedly, Caroline Amalie fell in love with Christian, who found her attractive. Christian had divorced his first spouse Charlotte Fredericka of Mecklenburg-Schwerin in 1810 on grounds of adultery. In 1814, he had just returned to Denmark after his abdication of the Norwegian throne. The same year, Christian and Caroline Amalie were engaged. The wedding took place in 1815. Between 1816 and 1817, the couple lived in Odense, where Christian served as Governor of Fionia. Between 1818 and 1822, they undertook numerous trips through Europe together. They visited various resorts in an attempt to cure their inability to have children.Christian devoted himself to the sciences, mineralogy and geology in particular. While Christian became celebrated for his scientific interests, Caroline Amalie was a composer who wrote numerous pianopieces. The personal relationsh...

    In 1839, when King Frederick VI died, Caroline Amalie, as the wife of Christian VIII, became Queen of Denmark. She was considered instrumental in the pro-German party on the matter of the duchies of Schleswig-Holstein. Early on, Caroline Amalie was active within philanthropy. She founded the poor house Dronning Caroline Amalies Asyl in Copenhagen in 1829, the poor house Dronningens Asyl in Odense in 1836, the Kvindelig Plejeforeningfor sick and women in childbirth in 1843. Her charitable projects for poor orphans gave her the name "The Poor Children's Mother" and "The Royal Foster mother of the Little Ones". As hereditary princess and later as queen, she used her position to launch the charitable role as a role model for the female members of the nobility and upper classes, which called for upper-class women to be actively involved in society through philanthropy. By doing so, women found a public and political role acceptable to combine with the popular 19th-century role of a Chris...

    Caroline Amalie became a widow in 1848 and survived her spouse for more than thirty years. She took up residence at Sorgenfri Castle north of Copenhagen, but due to ill health she preferred to spend winters in southern Europe. She also outlived her stepson by seventeen years. Hence she lived to see Christian IX become king with her niece Louise of Hesse-Kasselas queen. During her life as a queen dowager, she enjoyed more popularity than she did as queen. She continued with her charitable projects: in 1852, she took over as protector of the charitable women's society Det Kvindelige Velgørende Selskab after queen dowager Marie, and in 1863, she encouraged queen Louise to open the deaconessinstitution. She died in 1881 and was buried at Roskilde Cathedralnext to Christian VIII.

  2. Carolina Amalia de Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg (Copenhague, 28 de junio de 1796 - ibídem, 9 de marzo de 1881) fue reina consorte de Dinamarca entre 1839 y 1848, esposa de Cristián VIII.

  3. Caroline Amalia era la hija de Federico Cristiano II de Schleswig - Holstein - Sonderburg - Augustenburg, y su esposa, Louise Augusta de Dinamarca. Por lo tanto, él era el nieto de Christian VII de Dinamarca. Vivió hasta 1807 en Copenhague, cuando se mudó con su familia a Augustenborg.

  4. Carolina Amalia de Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderborg-Augustenborg (Copenhague, 28 de junio de 1796 - ibidem, 9 de marzo de 1881). Reina consorte de Dinamarca entre 1839 y 1848, esposa de Cristián VIII. Biografía. Era hija del duque Federico Cristián de Augustenborg y de la princesa Luisa Augusta de Dinamarca, hija a su vez del rey Cristián VII ...

  5. Carolina Amalia vivió en Copenhague hasta 1807, cuando su familia se mudó a Augustenborg. En diciembre de 1814 se comprometió con el príncipe heredero Cristián de Dinamarca, quien se había divorciado de su primera esposa y acababa de regresar de Noruega tras abdicar como rey de ese país. La boda se celebró en mayo de 1815.

  6. Carolina Amalia de Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg (Copenhague, 28 de junio de 1796 - ibídem, 9 de marzo de 1881) fue reina consorte de Dinamarca entre 1839 y 1848, esposa de Cristián VIII.

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