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  1. Hace 1 día · Louise of the Netherlands (Wilhelmina Frederika Alexandrine Anna Louise; 5 August 1828 – 30 March 1871) was Queen of Sweden and Norway as the wife of King Charles XV & IV . Contents 1 Youth 2 Crown princess 3 Queen 4 Issue 5 Ancestry 6 Notes and references 7 Further reading Youth Princess Louise was born on 5 August 1828 in The Hague.

  2. 03/05/2022 · A Norwegian commoner and single mother with a disadvantaged past, she was a controversial figure at the time of her engagement to Haakon in 2000. She became Crown Princess of Norway upon her marriage in 2001. The couple have two children, Ingrid Alexandra and Sverre Magnus, who are second and third in line to the Norwegian throne respectively.

  3. Now a wealthy queen dowager and mother of King Olaf, and described by Snorri as"the wisest of women and prophetic about many things", she learns that her foster-brother Harald is nearby on his way to raid in the Baltic Sea, and she invites him to a banquet, and afterwards personally serves him in his chamber.

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    Early life

    Duchess Juliana Maria of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel was born on 4 September 1729 in the town of Wolfenbüttel, the residence of the Brunswick Princes of Wolfenbüttel. She was the 11th child and 6th daughter of the Austrian field marshalDuke Ferdinand Albert of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel and Antoinette Amalie of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. After the death of his cousin and father-in-law Louis Rudolph in March 1735, Ferdinand Albert inherited the Principality of Wolfenbütteland resigned as field marshal. He...

    Marriage

    The marriage between Juliana Maria and Frederick was arranged by Count Adam Gottlob von Moltke, who thought it best that the king remarried as soon as possible, in an attempt of stabilizing his behavior. Reportedly, in 1751-52 the king had a wish to marry Moltke's own daughter, maid-of-honor Catharine Sophie Wilhelmine von Moltke, a match Adam Gottlob did not wish and prevented by quickly having her married to Count Hannibal von Wedell-Wedelsborg. The king was initially unwilling to remarry a...

    Queen Consort

    Queen Juliana Maria was described as shy, reserved and somewhat stuttering when first introduced to the Danish royal court as its new queen; having been given a strict education, she submitted to fulfill her duty as the second queen of Frederick V and the stepmother of his children, but reportedly felt uncomfortable at the situation and the pressure put upon her in her new role.Juliana Maria was personally described as good-looking and sensible, but the marriage was not popular in Denmark, wh...

    Portrayed in literature: 1. The Lost Queen (1969, historical novel) by Norah Lofts 2. The Visit of the Royal Physician (Livläkarens besök) (1999, novel) by Per Olov Enquist Portrayed in film: 1. The Dictator, in which she is played by Helen Haye 2. A Royal Affair, in which she is played by Trine Dyrholm

    Bibliography

    1. Bramsen, Bo (1985). Ferdinand og Caroline : en beretning om prinsen, der nødig ville være konge af Danmark [Ferdinand and Caroline: an account of the prince who was reluctant to be king of Denmark] (in Danish) (4th ed.). Copenhagen: Nordiske Landes Bogforlag. ISBN 8787439220. 2. Henrikson, Alf (1989). Dansk historia(in Swedish). (Danish history). Stockholm: Bonnier. 3. O Feldbæk (forf.); O Olsen (red.) (1990). Gyldendal og Politikens Danmarkshistorie - Den lange fred : 1700-1800(in Danish)...