Having said that, what we now call the Windsors are, at the moment, a cadet branch of the house of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, who will be replaced, in the next generation by the cadet branch of the Greek RF, itself a cadet branch of the Danish RF, itself a cadet branch of the Oldenburg ducal family.
Norway could never be considered as a branch of the Coburg-Windsors.
Maud married Pr.Charles of Denmark in 1896, during Victoria's reign , many years before the british SCGothas changed their name to Windsor
Charles/Haakon and Maud started another cadet branch of the danish royal house.
If you consider the Norwegian RF a branch of the Coburgs, you would have to consider the Prussian R&IF as well as they descend from Victoria and Albert's eldest daughter Vicky, and that is rubbish.
They are family, but they do not form a branch of the BRF.
The only cadet branch of the BRF issued from V&A is the ducal house of Saxe-Coburg, descending from Pr.Leopold, since both Pr.Alfred and Pr.Arthur's male offspring are extinct.
The only of Edward VII's son to leave descendants was George V, and through him, there are the cadet branches of Gloucester and Kent.
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