This has so far applied to Diana, Princess of Wales, and Sarah, Duchess of York. Similarly, in Denmark , Alexandra, Countess of Frederiksborg , lost her status as princess upon her divorce from Prince Joachim of Denmark ; Queen Margrethe II bestowed instead upon her former daughter-in-law the additional personal title Countess of Frederiksborg ( Danish : Grevinde af Frederiksborg ).
On 9 March 1922, Adelheid was with her brother Otto and father when he went into town to buy toys for Carl Ludwig’s birthday. On the way back, they were enveloped by chill mists; due to this, her father caught a cold that later developed into pneumonia, from which he died on 1 April.
1819: Katharina Pawlowna, Tochter des russischen Zaren, Königin von Württemberg; 1826: Gottlieb Hiller (1778–1826), deutscher Tagelöhner und Schriftsteller; 1829: Friedrich Christian Boock, dänischer Jurist und Gutsbesitzer; 1832: Karl von Kügelgen, Landschafts- und Historienmaler, russischer Hof- und Kabinettmaler