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Queen Caroline II (English; WIP)

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Queen Caroline II


Queen Caroline II in 2014

Queen of the Imperial Federation and Cesque Union of Piedmont, Savoy, Lombardy and the Constituent, Remaining Provinces of Lyons, Roussillon, Liguria, and Corsica of the Former Empire, the Former Empress of Navarre, Aragon, the Balearic Isles, Catalonia and the Cesque Colonial Empire of Bahrain, Qatar and the Trucial States, of Muscat and Oman, and of the Moroccan Sahara, Grand Duchess of Milan, Queen of the Rhône and the Alps, Queen of the Po River Valley

Reign:
May 5th, 1957-Present

Preceded by: Charles V of Ceyesca
Heir Apparent: Princess Elisabeth of Ceyesca, the Crown Princess of Ceyesca, the Princess of Savoy

Prime Ministers:

    Frédériche Martél (1950-1955)
    Michél Nollér (1955-1960)
    Danhél Bové (1960-1965)
    Thérése d'Avénuda (1965-1970)
    Philipe Blanxart (1970-1975)
    Maccimilian Martél (1975-1978)
    Biana Lorénce (1978-1988)
    Roman Férié (1988-1990)
    Marcos Éspéransso (1990-2000)
    Vittor Castélle (2000-2005)
    Aléssandra di la Fallét (2005-2015)
    Férdinan André (2015-Present)

The Crown Princess of Ceyesca, the Princess of Savoy

In office:
September 3rd, 1952-May 5th, 1957

Monarch: Charles V of Ceyesca

Preceded by: Princess Anna of Ceyesca, 2nd Crown Princess of Ceyesca, the Former Princess of Savoy
Succeeded by: Prince Henry of Ceyesca, the Crown Prince of Ceyesca, the Former Prince of Savoy

Personal Details

Born: October 8th, 1931 (age 87)
Longchamp Palace, the Metropolitan City of Marseille, Ceyesca


Nationality: Cesque


Spouse(s): Prince William, the Prince-Consort, the Duke of Bergamo (m. 1954)


Children:

Prince Henry of Ceyesca, the Crown Prince, the Former Prince of Savoy (1956-2018)
Princess Anna-Maria of Ceyesca, the Duchess of Marseille (1960-)
Princess Lucia of Ceyesca, the Duchess of Turin (1963-)
Prince Charles of Ceyesca, the Duke of Genoa (1965-)
Prince Philip of Ceyesca, the Duke of Grenoble (1970-)


Education: the University of Copenhagen
- Degree in Law and Political Sciences, 1953


Religion: Roman Catholic


Signature:

Her Royal Majesty, Queen Caroline II of Ceyesca (1931-) has been the Queen of Ceyesca since her accession to the Cesque Throne after her father, Charles V's, death on May 5th, 1957.

Caroline was born in Marseille as the fourth child of King Charles V and Queen Anastasia, born Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna (1908-2007) not to be confused with the other Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna (1901-1918) the daughter of Nicholas II, the last Tsar of Russia. Her father acceded to the throne after the death of his father, William VII, in 1921 ten years before she was born. She became Heir Apparent after the death of her eldest sister, Anna, in 1952.

Caroline married Guillermo (later William) of Spain, the son of Infante Juan the Count of Barcelona and Princess Maria of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, in 1954 at the Milan Cathedral. Together, they have five children: Henry, the Former Crown Prince; Anna-Maria, the Duchess of Marseilles; Lucia, the Duchess of Turin; Charles, the Duke of Genoa; and Philip, the Duke of Grenoble.

When she acceded the throne in 1957, she became Queen of the Cesque Empire but also the Colonial Strongholds in the Middle East and North Africa, the last remnants of the Cesque Colonial Empire which spanned all six inhabited continents at it's peak in 1910. During her reign, she celebrated her 25th and 50th anniversaries of accession in 1982 and 2007 respectively.

During her 61 year reign, she has seen Ceyesca change drastically, and has seen some of the country's greatest joys as well as it's greatest tragedies.

Early Life


Charles V's Reign


Reign


Public Perception and Character


Titles, Styles, Honours, and Arms


Issue


Ancestry


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