Charles V King of France and Jeanne de Bourbon
Charles VII and Marie d'Anjou
François I and Claude d'Orléans
Henri IV and Marguerite d'Angoulême
Maximilian II married Maria of Habsburg (Spain)
Matthias married Anna of Austria
Ferdinand III married 1st Maria Anna of Spain marr. 2nd Maria Leopoldine of Austria
Leopold I married 1st Margarida Teresa of Spain, marr. 2nd Claudia Felicitas of Austria
Franz II married 3rd Maria Ludovika of Habsburg-Este
Felipe II of Habsburg married 4th Anna of Austria
Felipe III married Margaret of Austria
Felipe IV married 2nd Maria Anna of Austria
Has there ever been a queen consort of a country who was born a princess of her native dynasty? Such a thing would have resulted from a cousin marriage. It could have happened in the UK, had the man we know in history who eventually became King George V married his first cousin Marie, Princess of Edinburgh, Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Princess "Missy", however, acted strongly under the influence of her mother in rejecting his hand.
Despite the fact that he had been created into the Duke of York by then, second and direct in the line of succession to the throne (his older brother having died unmarried and without issue), the Duchess of Edinburgh worked to prevent the union. Her actions were simply out of spite against the British royal family (who were in favor of the match), since she had been made to accept a low rank in the royal court -- despite being the only daughter of Czar Alexander II of Russia.
Anyhow, I was wondering about other countries, and whether there have been native-born queens consort (not regnant).