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  1. Princess Sophia Hedwig of Denmark and Norway (28 August 1677 – 13 March 1735) was a Danish princess, the daughter of King Christian V and his queen-consort, Charlotte Amalie of Hesse-Kassel . [1] Biography. Princess Sophie Hedevig monogram at Rosenborg Castle.

  2. Princess Hedwig of Denmark (5 August 1581 – 26 November 1641) was the youngest daughter of King Frederick II of Denmark and Sophie of Mecklenburg-Güstrow, and Electress of Saxony from 1602 to 1611 as the wife of Christian II.

  3. Hedwig Sophia (1681–1708) Princess of Sweden and duchess of Holstein-Gottorp. Name variations: Hedwig Sophie of Sweden; Hedwig von Simmern. Born on June 26, 1681; died on December 22, 1708; daughter of Ulrica Eleanora of Denmark (1656–1693) and Charles XI (1655–1697), king of Sweden (r. 1660–1697); married Frederick IV (1671–1702 ...

  4. Como era costumbre, Sophia Hedwig vivió con su madre hasta la muerte de su madre en 1714, y después de esto en la corte de su hermano el rey. Entre sus damas de honor estaba Elisabeth Helene von Vieregg , quien en 1701 sería la amante de su hermano reinante el Rey y, en 1703, su esposa por bigamia.

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    Hedvig Sophia spent the majority of her upbringing at Karlberg Palace. After the death of her mother in 1693, she and her siblings were placed under the custody of her grandmother Hedvig Eleonora of Holstein-Gottorp. Her personal caretaker was Juliana Schierberg, who was to be her lifelong and influential confidante. Hedvig Sophia was, and continue...

    On 12 May 1698 at Karlberg she married her cousin, Frederick IV, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp. Her marriage was arranged as a part of the traditional Swedish policy of alliance with Holstein-Gottorpagainst Denmark; her brother had earlier been expected to marry Frederick's sister, but he refused. The marriage, which had been decided upon during her chi...

    On 18 October 1702, Hedvig Sofia became a widow and formal Regent for her minor son, the Duke of Holstein-Gottorp. However, she spent most of her time in Sweden and rarely visited the home of her spouse: she left the daily affairs of the duchy to Christian August of Holstein-Gottorp, the uncle of her late spouse, but matters of major importance wer...

    Wilhelmina Stålberg: Anteqningar om Svenska kvinnor(In English: Notes on Swedish women) (in Swedish)
    Lundh-Eriksson, Nanna: Den glömda drottningen. Karl XII:s syster. Ulrika Eleonora D.Y. och hennes tid. Affärstryckeriet, Norrtälje. (1976)
  5. La princesa Sophia Hedwig de Dinamarca y Noruega (28 de agosto de 1677-13 de marzo de 1735) fue una princesa danesa, hija del rey Christian V y su reina consorte, Charlotte Amalie de Hesse-Kassel. Sophia Hedwig se convirtió en objeto de perspectivas de matrimonio desde el principio y se comprometió en tres ocasiones.

  6. Danish princess. Name variations: Sophie Hedwig Oldenburg. Born on August 28, 1677; died on March13, 1735; daughter of Charlotte Amalia of Hesse (1650–1714) and Christian V (1646–1699), king of Norway and Denmark (r. 1670–1699). Women in World History: A Biographical Encyclopedia.