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  1. Margaret (1565 – died young) Anna Maria (3 February 1567 – 4 November 1618), married in 1581 to Duke Barnim X of Pomerania Sophie (6 June 1568 – 7 December 1622), married in 1582 to Elector Christian I of Saxony Thirdly, he married Princess Elisabeth of Anhalt-Zerbst (15 September [ O.S. 5 September] 1563 – 5 October 1607) in 1577.

  2. Maria Leopoldine of Austria-Tyrol (6 April 1632 – 7 August 1649), was by birth Archduchess of Austria and member of the Tyrolese branch of the House of Habsburg and by marriage the second spouse of her first cousin, Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand III.

  3. hace 4 días · On 16 February 1764 she was married by proxy at Madrid to Leopold, the third son of Empress Maria Theresa I, Holy Roman Empress and Francis, Duke of Lorraine, and the heir apparent to the Grand Duchy of Tuscany. Before her marriage, she was made to renounce her rights to the throne of Spain by the wishes of her father.

    • Early Life
    • Princess of Denmark
    • Queen of Norway
    • Death and Legacy
    • Titles, Styles, and Arms
    • Citations and References
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    Maud was born on 26 No­vem­ber 1869 at Marl­bor­ough House, Lon­don. She was the third daugh­ter and fifth child of Al­bert Ed­ward, Prince of Wales, the el­dest son of Queen Vic­to­ria, and Alexan­dra, Princess of Wales, the el­dest daugh­ter of King Chris­t­ian IX of Den­mark. She was chris­tened "Maud Char­lotte Mary Vic­to­ria" at Marl­bor­ough...

    Maud mar­ried rel­a­tively late, wait­ing until her late twen­ties to find a husband. She had ini­tially wanted to marry a dis­tant cousin, Prince Fran­cis of Teck, younger brother of her sis­ter-in-law Mary. De­spite being rel­a­tively im­pov­er­ished from mount­ing gam­bling debts and being in a po­si­tion to pos­si­bly ben­e­fit from Maud's sta­...

    Queen Maud never lost her love of Britain, but she quickly adapted to her new coun­try and du­ties as a queen con­sort. A court was formed, and Marie Mag­dalena Rus­tadwas ap­pointed her prin­ci­pal lady-in-wait­ing. Maud played a strong and dom­i­nant role within the court and fam­ily, but a dis­creet role in public. Dur­ing her first years in Nor...

    Maud vis­ited Eng­land in Oc­to­ber 1938. Ini­tially, she stayed at San­dring­ham, but then moved into a hotel in Lon­don's West End. She be­came ill and was taken to a nurs­ing home, where an ab­dom­i­nal op­er­a­tion was per­formed on 16 No­vem­ber 1938. King Haakon im­me­di­ately trav­elled from Nor­way to her bed­side. Al­though she sur­vived t...

    Titles and styles

    1. 26 November 1869 – 22 July 1896: Her Royal HighnessPrincess Maud of Wales 2. 22 July 1896 – 18 November 1905: Her Royal HighnessPrincess Charles of Denmark 3. 18 November 1905 – 20 November 1938: Her MajestyThe Queen of Norway

    Arms

    Upon her mar­riage, Maud was granted the use of a per­sonal coat of arms, being those of the king­dom, with an in­es­cutcheon of the shield of Sax­ony, dif­fer­enced with a label ar­gent of five points, the outer pair and cen­tre bear­ing hearts gules, the inner pair crosses gules.The in­es­cutcheon was dropped by royal war­rant in 1917.

    References

    1. Hibbert, Christopher (2007). Edward VII: The Last Victorian King. London, UL: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-1-4039-8377-0. 2. King, Greg (2007). Twilight of Splendor: The Court of Queen Victora During her Diamond Jubilee. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN 978-0-470-04439-1.

    "Style & Splendor – Who was Queen Maud of Norway?". Victoria and Albert Museum. Retrieved 4 June 2007.
    Newspaper clippings about Maud of Wales in the 20th Century Press Archives of the ZBW
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