Frederik V was the one I had in mind. However, you are actually right about Christian as well - he also went around behaving like a hooligan in his youth, before his schizofrenia turned him into a dithering lunatic who did not even know who he was...
But his father was also a heavy drinker who went around in Copenhagen causing a scandal, together with, among others, a prostitute known as "Støvlet-Cathrine" ("Bootlet Catherine"). I suppose the mistake was mine here - Christian's behaviour was apparently a lot worse than his dad's, and I sort of mixed up on who did what...
Christian VII does not quite fit the link, though; although he also married a British princess, his father-in-law (Frederick, Prince of Wales) was not a monarch...
But that brings us to the end of this quiz, which (as I suspected) was way too easy...
So, to sum up, here are all the 10 people, with the English/British princess they married, and her father, in parentheses:
1: Friedrich III, German Emperor and King of Prussia (Victoria, daughter of Queen Victoria)
2: Alfonso VIII, King of Castile (Eleanor, daughter of Henry II)
3: Philippe, Duke of Orléans (Henrietta Anne, daughter of Charles I)
4: Frederik V, King of Denmark and Norway (Louisa, daughter of George II)
5: Friedrich II, Holy Roman Emperor (Isabella, daughter of King John)
6: Haakon VII, King of Norway (Maud, daughter of Edward VII)
7: Friedrich V, Elector Palatine and (briefly) King of Bohemia (Elizabeth, daughter of James I & VI)
8: Heinrich V, Holy Roman Emperor (Matilda, daughter of Henry I)
9: Friedrich I, King of Württemberg, previously Duke and then Elector of Württemberg (Charlotte, daughter of George III)
10: Erik of Pomerania, King of Denmark, Sweden and Norway (Philippa, daughter of Henry IV)
For your prize, how about a box of Freia's "Kong Haakon" chocolates...
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