Kirsten Munk (sometimes called Christina Munk) was born in 6 July 1598, in Denmark. Her parents were Ludvig Munk and Ellen Marsvin-members of wealthy but untitled Danish noble family (their pictures bellow)
Kirsten Munk (sometimes "Christina Munk"; 6 July 1598 – 19 April 1658) was a Danish noble, the second spouse of King Christian IV of Denmark, and mother to twelve of his children.
Kirsten Munk was the only daughter of the Danish nobleman Ludvig Munk (1537–1602) and Ellen Marsvin (1572–1649). At the time of his marriage to 17-year-old Ellen in 1589, her father was a feudal lord of Trøndelag. King Christian deposed him for abuse of power in 1596 and sentenced him to fines.
14/05/2021 · Kirsten Munk was the morganatic, second wife of Christian IV, King of Denmark and Norway.A morganatic marriage is a marriage between people of unequal rank in which inherited titles and privileges cannot be passed on to the spouse or children of the marriage.
KIRSTEN MUNK Kirsten Munk was born in Denmark on July 6, 1598. She was the daughter of a nobleman of the time, Ludvig Munk, and wife, Ellen Masvin. Christian, married to Anna of Brandenburg, had never distinguished by fidelity to his wife. Before the death of Ana, cohabited with Kirsten Madsdatter, mother of his illegitimate son Christian ...
Kirsten Munk . Christian 4.'s hustru "til venstre hånd" . Datter af statholder i Norge Ludvig Munk til Nørlund og Ellen Marsvin.
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