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The Danish Royal Family / Re: Frederick V, his wives and children
« on: November 22, 2005, 06:28:52 AM »
Sofie Magdalene (3th July 1746-21th August 1813)married 1th October 1766 later King Gustav III of Sweden.

Wilhelmine Caroline (10th July 1747-14th January 1820) married 1th September 1766 Wilhelm I of Hessen-Kassel.

Louise (30th January 1750-12th January 1831) married Karl of Hessen-Kassel (brother of Wilhelm I).
A daughter, Maria Sofia Frederikke married King Frederik VI of Denmark.
The youngest daughter married Wilhelm of Glücksburg and became mother of King Christian IX of Denmark.


The Danish Royal Family / Re: Queens of Denmark
« on: November 22, 2005, 06:15:20 AM »
That is not King Christian VIII's mother - that is King Christian IV's mother, Sofie of Mecklenburg (1557-1631) married to Frederik II.

King Christian VIII', mother was Sofie Frederikke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. King Christian VIII was son of King Christian VII's brother.


The Danish Royal Family / Re: Queen Margarethe II & Prince Henrik
« on: April 03, 2005, 04:35:49 AM »
and she was not a heir before she was 13 years old. she allways said she have had a very happy childhood and was very close to her father.


sorry about my two replys something went wrong

The Danish Royal Family / Re: Queen Margarethe II & Prince Henrik
« on: April 03, 2005, 04:32:39 AM »
margrethe had growing up in a very close og lovely family. she was teaching at home with some girlfriends

The Windsors / Re: Arthur & Louise, Duke and Duchess of Connaught
« on: March 15, 2005, 07:32:03 AM »
Ingrid often visit and travelled with her grandfather before wwII.
the duke of connaught, died in 1942 under wwII and therefore he never saw Ingrids children or child born 1940, when Denmark was occupied.


dear grandduchella

thanks for the big picture - you can see queen alexandrine of denmark beside kyrill and later king frederik 9. of denmark to the far right.
left and behind for the bride is princess feodora of schaumburg-lippe (born of demark) and behind in the midlle her husbond christian of schaumburg-lippe.

why should dimitri entered the wedding, he had not much to do with kyrill??



Dear Grandduchella

Please I would be very glad if you will put in the whole picture from Louis Ferdinand and Kira's wedding.

You are lucky you have been able to have so many pictures - and very nice for us too.


The Greek Royal Family / Re: Prince Andrew of Greece and his family
« on: January 21, 2005, 08:53:36 AM »

there are some of the all sisters here on the tread, but you have to look for it under Winsor, Greek and Hesse and Rhein.

the greek royal family are danish, russian, german by blood.


The Danish Royal Family / Re: Pictures of Christian IX and family, Part I
« on: January 13, 2005, 05:59:10 AM »
sorry - it was the picture from the engagement of Dagmar and Alenxander I wrote about.


The Danish Royal Family / Re: Pictures of Christian IX and family, Part I
« on: January 13, 2005, 05:56:51 AM »
 nice picture you send.

the man at the far right is queen Louise father, Wilhelm of Hessen. the man in the midlle with the bowler is the kings younger brother price Hans.


The Danish Royal Family / Re: Christian X & Queen Alexandrine
« on: January 13, 2005, 05:37:56 AM »

Nice pictures. The last is the queen in the natinal dress of Iceland, that time under Denmark. The king and the queen had a very happy marrige thrugh 49 years. King Christian vas a strict person such as many military men at this time. The queen was not charming like Cecilie I know, but she was a very varm, kind and very much loved queen in Denmark. The couple lived a very plain life. Her sons adored her.
You think he was strict to the empress, offcource he was. The danish kingdom have never been a rich kingdom, and the empress know that from she was a litlle girl, but she have lived more years in glitter and overwhelming richdom in Russia then in poor in Denmark and she like glitter and it was sure not easy to put out the habit and not be the person who decide.

All people at this time in Denmark ecenomize light and so on.

(All the suits the empress and the queen of England had bought to their father was hanging not used when he died, because you used the suit till it was worn. It tells something about the danish kingdom.)


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