She had 6 children with her husband, the Ernst-August of Hannover, and a daughter with Wilhelm Marcher, prior to her wedding.
: 1. I was the second son of a future King. I am
: famous for my skills in design.
: 2. I was King for only a few years, but was
: forced to abdicate and the republic was
: proclaimed. When the republic was
: proclaimed, I made an appearance before the
: Parliament, proclaiming that the people of
: this nation was ungovernable.
: 3. I became Queen upon the death of my
: father. My uncle would have inherited the
: throne, if the successional rules hadn't
: been changed.
: 4. I was a Princess, a King's daughter. I
: married a Prince of equal birth and we had
: three sons and three daughters, but two of
: our sons predeceased us. So I gave birth to
: six children. Or was it seven?
: 5. I became King of one country after my
: grandfather's death and King of another
: country upon my father's death. However, I
: lost my father's kingdom.
: 6. I was a Princess, who upon my marriage
: became Princess of two other Kingdoms. Two
: of my sons-in-law became Kings.
: 7. When I married the daughter of a King,
: there were some constitutional difficulties.
: My wife had successional rights, but our
: children's successional rights were
: surrounded by certain provisions.
: 8. I married the elder daughter of the King
: mentioned in no 7. But even though #7 was a
: Prince by birth and I was not, my children
: were accepted as heirs to the throne.
: 9. I was Crown Prince for 233 days, but this
: was taken from me, even though our country
: was still a monarchy.
: So who are we? And yes, there is a link...
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