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  1. Elisabeth Helene von Vieregg (4 May 1679 – 27 June 1704), Countess of Antvorskov, was Danish noble and lady-in-waiting of German origin. She was the royal mistress of King Frederick IV of Denmark and, later, his first morganatic wife by bigamy.

  2. 1 de may. de 2022 · Elisabeth Helene von Vieregg (4 May 1679 – 27 June 1704), Countess of Antvorskov, was a Danish noble and lady-in-waiting of German origin. She was the royal mistress of King Frederick IV of Denmark and, later, his first morganatic wife by bigamy.

    • May 04, 1679
    • Rolf Inge Holden
    • June 27, 1704 (25)
    • København, Danmark
  3. Elisabeth Helene von Vieregg (født 4. maj 1679, død 27. juni 1704) var en dansk-tysk grevinde og kong Frederik 4.'s hustru til venstre hånd.

  4. 4 de oct. de 2023 · In 1699 he began a relationship with his sister Sophia's lady-in-waiting Elisabeth Helene von Vieregg. In 1703 he bigamously married Elisabeth. Queen Louise was very much alive and jealous, and he hadn't divorced her.

  5. Without divorcing Queen Louise, in 1703 he married Elisabeth Helene von Vieregg (d.1704). After the death of Elisabeth, he entered into a romance with her lady-in-waiting Charlotte Helene von Schindel, though he later lost interest in her.

  6. Elisabeth Helene von Vieregg (* 4. Mai 1679; † 27. Juni 1704 in Kopenhagen) war eine Mätresse des dänisch - norwegischen Königs Friedrich IV. (1671–1730) und wurde am 6. September 1703 vom König zur Gräfin von Vieregg erhoben. [1] Herkunft.

  7. Elisabeth Helene von Vieregg, Countess of Antvorskov, was a Danish noble and lady-in-waiting of German origin.