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  1. Princess Carolina of Orange-Nassau Notes [ edit ] ^ Prince Philip was the son of Prince August of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha , first-cousin of King Leopold II on the paternal side: Philipp's father Prince Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (by marriage heir of the House of Koháry ) and Leopold II's father King Leopold I of Belgium were brothers as sons of Francis, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld .

  2. Juliana's full title and style as an unmarried woman was: Her Royal Highness Princess Juliana Louisa Emma Marie Wilhelmina of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange-Nassau, Duchess of Mecklenburg, etc. Her mother issued a decree allowing her to adopt her husband's princely title as customary, providing that it be preceded by the title she held as a member of the House of Mecklenburg . [18]

  3. Princess Irene of the Netherlands (Irene Emma Elisabeth; born 5 August 1939) is the second child of Queen Juliana of the Netherlands and Prince Bernhard. In 1964, she converted to Catholicism and married the then- Prince Carlos Hugo of Bourbon-Parma in a Catholic ceremony in Rome, thus forfeiting her place in the royal succession.

  4. Princess Marianne of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange-Nassau (Wilhelmina Frederika Louise Charlotte Marianne; 9 May 1810 – 29 May 1883) was the youngest child of King William I of the Netherlands and Princess Wilhelmine of Prussia.

  5. However, the Hereditary Prince Carl Friedrich August died on 9 May 1737. The Margrave and the whole court blamed Friederike Louise for his death. She separated from her spouse and lived more and more in the seclusion of Unterschwaningen, which she expanded artistically. Friederike Louise did not return to Ansbach until she became a widow in 1757.

  6. While living in New York as Christina van Oranje, the Princess started a relationship with Cuban exile Jorge Guillermo.. Although societal attitudes were changing, because Guillermo was a Roman Catholic, it was still possible that a marriage could cause a public scandal in the Netherlands such as the one that occurred in 1964 when Christina's sister Princess Irene married the Catholic Prince ...

  7. Since her marriage, Mabel uses the style of Royal Highness and the courtesy titles of Princess of Orange-Nassau, Countess of Orange-Nassau, and Lady van Amsberg. Although she was not legally created a princess in her own right (a rare privilege in any royal family), it is customary for wives and widows of male members of the Dutch royal family to be accorded the female counterparts of their ...