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  1. Sophie of Württemberg (Sophie Friederike Matilda; 17 June 1818 – 3 June 1877) was Queen of the Netherlands as the first wife of King William III. Sophie separated from William in 1855 but continued to perform her duties as queen in public. She was known for her progressive and liberal views and corresponded with several famous ...

    • 17 March 1849 – 3 June 1877
  2. Sofía Federica Matilde de Wurtemberg ( Stuttgart, 17 de junio de 1818 - La Haya, 3 de junio de 1877) fue reina de los Países Bajos y gran duquesa de Luxemburgo desde el 17 de marzo de 1849 hasta su muerte, como la primera esposa del rey Guillermo III de los Países Bajos.

  3. 14 de jun. de 2021 · Duchess Sophie of Wurtemberg and Count Maximilien d'Andigne on their wedding day in Tegernsee, Germany, 2018 David Nivière / Getty Images. Sophie was the first grandchild of the Duke and Duchess of Württemberg and the Duke and Duchess in Bavaria to marry, and her baby will be their first great-grandchild, too.

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  4. Archduchess Margarete Sophie of Austria (Margarete Sophie Marie Annunciata Theresia Caroline Luise Josephe Johanna; 13 May 1870 – 24 August 1902) was a member of the House of Habsburg and an Archduchess of Austria by birth. She was married to Duke Albrecht of Württemberg.

  5. Sophie of Württemberg (20 November 1563 - 21 July 1590), was a German noblewoman member of the House of Württemberg and by marriage Duchess of Saxe-Weimar . Born in Stuttgart, [1] [better source needed] she was the youngest of twelve children born from the marriage of Christoph, Duke of Württemberg and Anna Maria of Brandenburg ...

    • 1583-1590
    • 21 July 1590 (aged 26), Vacha
  6. 3 de jun. de 2020 · Sophie of Württemberg was born in Stuttgart on 17 June 1818 as the daughter of King William I of Württemberg and his second wife Catherine Pavlovna of Russia. She married her first cousin William, future Prince of Orange and future King William III of the Netherlands in Stuttgart on 18 June 1839.