Heiresses to thrones

 Worldwide Guide to Women in Leadership


Most of the possible women listed here were considered the most likely
heiresses to the thrones until the birth of their brothers or other male relatives.
Some of the other heiresses died before they were able to succeed to the throne.
Present heiresses are also
A list of princesses who are first and second-in-line can be seen here Present Heiresses To thrones


1193-98, 1214-41 and 12449-59 Heiress Presumptive Margaret of Scotland

Only child of Lionel of Antwerp, 1st Duke of Clarence and Elizabeth de Burgh, 4th Countess of Ulster, whom she succeeded as 5th Countess in 1468. Her father was the second son of King Edward III of England and Philippa of Hainault, and therefore she was heiress presumptive to her cousin until her own death, she married Edmund Mortimer, 3rd Earl of March (circa 1351-81) in about 1368. As a result of her seniority in the line of succession to the throne of the Kingdom of England and her marriage into the powerful Mortimer family, her descendants eventually succeeded to the throne as the House of York under Edward IV. She lived (1355–82).


1306-16 Heiress Presupsumtive Marjorie Bruce of Scotland

Also known as Margaret de Bruce, she  was the oldest daughter of King Robert I of Scotland and Isabella of Mar. Her paternal grandparents were Robert de Brus, 6th Lord of Annandale and Marjorie of Carrick, 3rd Countess of Carrick. During the Wars of Scottish Independence in opposition to Edward I of England, she was taken prisoner by Uilleam II, Earl of Ross, together with her step-mother Queen Elizabeth de Burgh, her two aunts and Isabella MacDuff, Countess of Buchan and sent to the Kingdom of England.  Edward II held her captive in a nunnery for about 8 years. She was finally set free around 1314 and  was married toWalter Stewart, 6th High Steward of Scotland Her dowry included the Barony of Bathgate in West Lothian. Two years later her horse threw her to the ground and she went into premature labour and delivered her only child Robert, who were to his childless uncle David II of Scotland in 1371 as King Robert II. She died a few hours after his birth.She lived (1296-1316).


1377-82 Heiress Presumptive Philippa of Lancaster of England

Only child of Lionel of Antwerp, 1st Duke of Clarence and Elizabeth de Burgh, 4th Countess of Ulster, whom she succeeded as 5th Countess in 1468. Her father was the second son of King Edward III of England and Philippa of Hainault, and therefore she was heiress presumptive to her cousin until her own death, she married Edmund Mortimer, 3rd Earl of March (circa 1351-81) in about 1368. As a result of her seniority in the line of succession to the throne of the Kingdom of England and her marriage into the powerful Mortimer family, her descendants eventually succeeded to the throne as the House of York under Edward IV. She lived (1355–82).

1437-45 Heiress Presumptive Margaret Stewart of Scotland

Daughter of James I of Scotland and Joan Beaufort and heir to her brother, king James II. She married the Dauphin Louis (King Louis XI of France), but their marriage was unhappy and she became depressed. She did not have any children, and lived (1424-45).

1445-51/52 Heiress Presumptive Isabella Stewart of Scotland

The sister of Margaret, she was married to François I, Duke of Bretagne, and mother of Marguerite (1443-69) and Marie (1444-1506) and was heir of her brother, James II until the birth of her nephew, the later James III. Next in line were her sisters Eleanor Stewart (1427-80), who was married to Archduke Sigismund of Austria, Mary (1428-65), who was created Countess of Buchan in 1444, and married Wolfart VI van Borsselen and Joan (circa 1428-86), who was married to James Douglas, 1st Earl of Morton. Isabella lived (1425/27-94).

1452-55 Crown Princess Infanta Joana of Portugal
1455-75 Second-in-line

Regent of Portugal 1471-75 during a military campaign of her father, king Afonso V (1438-81). At birth, she was declared Crown Princess after the death of her older brother Joăo who died as an infant the year before, and she was given the title of Princess - a title reserved to the heir apparent. When brother, Joao was born in 1555 she became second-in-line to the throne. After vehemently refusing several proposals of marriage, she was allowed to join the Dominican Convent of Jesus in Aveiro in 1475 after her brother, had his first child. Still, she was compelled several times to leave the convent and return to the court, before she was finally professed as a nun. She continued to be a great supporter of her brother, the later king Joăo II of Portugal, throughout his reign and her life. She was beatified in 1693 by Pope Innocent XII, and even though she has not been canonized, she is known as Santa Joana Princesa. lived (1452-90). 

1462-69 Juana da Beltraneja of Castilla, Princess of Asturias
1474-76 Pretender

In 1462 her father, Enrico IV appointed her heiress to the throne after he had disinherited Isabel after her marriage to Ferdinand of Aragon. Rumours had it that she was the result of an affair between her mother, Juana of Portugal, and Beltrán de la Cueva, and therefore the paternity was disputed, and she was passed over in the succession in favour of her aunt, Queen Isabel I. She rebelled but in 1479 she signed off her rights to the throne and the following year she entered a Chapter in Portugal. Juana lived (1462-1530).

1466-70 Heiress Presumptive Lady Elizabeth of York of England
1470-1503 In-line for the throne

Her mother, Elizabeth Woodeville agreed with Lady Margaret Beaufort that her son Henry Tudor should claim the throne and marry her. Henry had taken the throne by right of conquest, as the leader of the House of Lancaster, and their marriage helped him secure his claim to the throne. She was not interested in politics and was not politically influential. Died after having given birth to her 8th child.

1497-98 Hereditary Princess Isabel de Aragón y Castilla, Princess of Asturias
Also known as Isabel de Trastámara y Trastámara, she was already Queen of Portugal, when her brother died and she became heiress of her mother, Isabel I, and after her own death, her son, Manuel of Portugal, was heir until his own death 2 years later. She lived (1470-98)

Queen Margaret of Scotland

1509-11 and 1511-16 Heiress Presumptive Margaret Tudor of England
Regent Dowager Queen of Scotland

Heir of her her brother, Henry VII. After her husband, James IV of Scotland, was killed, she became regent for her infant son, James V, but her marriage in 1514 to Archibald Douglas, 6th earl of Angus, led to the loss of the regency to John Stuart, duke of Albany, who soon obtained custody of the king, and Margaret fled to England. She returned in 1517, during Albany’s absence, and shortly thereafter she became estranged from Angus. James was proclaimed king in 1524 but was for several years virtually a prisoner of Angus. In 1527, Margaret obtained a divorce from Angus and soon married Henry Stuart, later Lord Methven. The following year James escaped from Angus and joined his mother and Methven, and they were for a time his chief advisers. A plan of Margaret’s for a meeting between her brother Henry VIII of England and her son led James to accuse her of betrayal in 1534. They were further estranged by James’s refusal to allow her to divorce Methven. She lived (1489–1541).

1553 and 1559-68 Heiress Presumptive Lady Catherine Grey of England

The matter of her succession to the unmarried Elizabeth I would bring her to relative prominence. As a grand-daughter of Mary Tudor, she had a valid claim to the throne of the Kingdom of England. Under Henry VIII's will she could claim to be next-in-line for the throne and was therefore as significant a threat to Queen Elizabeth as her sister, Lady Jane had been to Queen Mary. However, at one point the queen seemed to be warming to Catherine, as a potential Protestant heir, and it was rumoured that she was considering adopting her. But as she secretly married Edward Seymour, 1st Earl of Hertford, which lead to her imprisoned in the Tower of London, where her husband joined her on his return to England. The marriage was annulled in 1562 but resulted in two sons, both of whom were born in the Tower, but they both survived into adulthood. She lived (1540-68)

1558-59 Heiress Presumptive Lady Frances Brandon of England

As the daughter of  Princess Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk. When Mary and Elizabeth were removed from the succession, she became the heir of King Edvard. She was convinced to agree to renounce her own rights to the throne in favour of her daughter, Lady Jane Grey, but she was deposed after only a few days on the throne. When her husband plotted to reinstate Jane as Queen, he and their daughter were executed in 1554, but she was pardoned and she settled in court with her two surviving daughters. Queen Mary I made a point of placing them by her side, favoured but kept under the observation of the queen. Less than a month after her daughter was beheaded and only three weeks after her own husband met the same fate, she married Adrian Stokes, and had two daughters who died young and a still born son with him. She fell out of favour with when Elizabeth I came to the throne, and died the following year. She lived (1517-59).

1568-78 Heiress Presumptive Lady Mary Grey of England
 As the last surviving grandchild of Mary Tudor, some considered by be heiress presumptive to the English throne, after Elizabeth I. She was already living under house arrest at that time, having been imprisoned in 1565 for marrying royal gatekeeper Thomas Keyes without the permission of Queen Elizabeth. She was released following his death in 1572 and was permitted to attend Court occasionally. In spite of the intrigues involving her sisters, she was escribed as "four foot tall and hunchbacked" (1,22 metres). Her reported deformity would be described as kyphosis. She does not appear ever to have made a serious claim to the throne, and died childless and lived (1545–78)

1578-96 Heiress Presumptive Lady Margaret Clifford, Countess of Derby of England
After the death of her cousin, Lady Mary Grey, she was the first in line to succeed to the throne according to the The Third Succession Act of March 23, 1544. She was daughter of Lady Eleanor Brandon - sister of Frances Brandon. Upon the death of her mother she became seventh-in-line. However, both her cousins, Jane Grey and Mary Grey died without issue, and their sister, her other cousin, Catherine Grey, died without the legimacy of her two sons ever being proven. Margaret quickly moved up to becoming the first-in-line to the throne. Since her son, Ferdinando Stanley, 5th Earl of Derby, had died in 1594, her grandaughter, Anne Stanley (1580-1643) was the next heir. Margaret lived  (1540-96).

Until 1592 Potential Heiress Lady Arabella Stuart of England

For some time before 1592, she was considered one of the natural candidates for succession to the English crown, after her cousin, Queen Elizabeth I. However, between the end of 1592 and the spring of 1593, the Secretaries of State Lord Burghley and his son Sir Robert Cecil turned their attention towards James VI of Scotland, regarding him as a preferable successor. In 1603, after James's ascension to the English throne, there was a plot but when she was invited to participate by agreeing in writing to Philip III of Spain, she reported the plan to James. When she secretly married William Seymor, another potential heir to the throne, in 1610, they were imprisoned. They managed to escape, but her ship was overtaken on the way to France and she spend the rest of her life in the Tower, but William had managed to get to Flanders. She lived (circa 1577-1615).

1596-1603 Heiress Presumptive Lady Anne Stanley of England

According to the will of Henry VIII and the Third Succession Act, she was heir presumptive to the English throne upon the death of Elizabeth I after the death of her grandmother, Lady Margaret Clifford, as her father, Ferdinando Stanley, 5th Earl of Derby, had died in 1594. There was a senior line of descent through Mary Tudor's granddaughter Lady Catherine Grey, who secretly married Edward Seymour, 1st Earl of Hertford. The marriage was annulled, which made their two sons illegimate and their descendants were removed from the royal succession. However, James VI of Scotland was Elizabeth's closest relative and the great-grandson of Margaret Tudor, Mary Tudor's older sister. As the senior male descendent of Margaret Tudor, he had been favoured as the next successor for several years before Elizabeth's death, and she was passed over in the succession. She was married to Grey Brydges, 5th Baron Chandos and Sir Mervyn Tuchet, 2nd Earl of Castlehaven, and mother of 6 children. She lived (1580-1647).

Elizabeth Stuart, Princess of Scotland, Electress of Electoral Palantine, Queen of Bohemia

1625-30 Heiress Presumptive Elizabeth Stuart of England, Scotland and Ireland

Already as a child she was involved in intrigue as part of the intent of the Gunpowder Plot of 1605 was to put her onto the throne of England and Scotland as a Catholic monarch, after assassinating her father and the Protestant English aristocracy. In 1613 she married Elector Palatine Friedrich V. -(1596-1632) - the Winterking of Bohemia - and soon became a dominating force at his court because of her energy and strong personality and was Administrator of Kurpfalz 1618-19. After her husband lost his territory in 1623, the family settled at the Hague, where she remained for another 28 years until the Restoration of the British monarchy, when she travelled to London to visit her nephew, King Charles II, and died while there. She was Heiress Presumptive 1625-30 until the birth of hier nephew. Among their 13 children were Karl Ludwig (1617-1680), who regained the Palatinate at the Peace of Westphalia in 1648, Elizabeth, Princess-Abbess of Herford (1618-1680) and the later Electress Sophie of Hannover and Heir to the English throne (1630-1714). She was the eldest daughter of James of Scotland and Great Britain and Anne of Denmark, and lived (1596-1662).

1645-53 Hereditary Princess Joana de Bragança of Portugal, Princess of Beira
Daughter of King Joăo IV de Portugal) and Queen Luísa de Gusmăo. Lived (1638-53).

Caterina de Braganza

1653-62 Hereditary Princess Catarina de Bragança of Portugal, Princess da Beira

Hereditary Princess from the death of her sister, Joana until her marriage to Charles III of England, Scotland ind Ireland (1660-85)and remained in England, living at Somerset House, through the reign of her brother-in-law, James II and his deposement in the Glorious Revolution by Mary II and William III, but her position deteriorated as the practice of her religion led to misunderstandings and increasing isolation and she returned to Portugal in 1692 and acted as regent 1701 and 1704-05 during the illness of her brother Dom Pedro II (1648-83-1706). She had at least 2 miscarriages and lived (1638-1705).

1674-89 Hereditary Princess Isabel Luisa Josefa de Bragança of Portugal, Princess da Beira
The only child of King Pedro II of Portugal (1648-83-1706) in his first marriage to Maria Francisca Isabel de Savoia-Nemour, she was named heiress presumptive and Princess de Beira by the Cortes. When her father succeeded to the throne, she was first in line until the birth of her younger half-brother, the later Joăo V in 1689. She was unmarried and lived (1669-90).

1701-14 Heiress Presumptive H.S.H. Electress Sophia of Hannover to the Throne of United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland

Under the act of settlement in 1701 she and her protestant decendants were named heirs to the british throne. Her mother was Elisabeth (1596-1662), the daughter of James I of Scotland and England and Anna of Denmark. Her father, Elector Friedrich V von der Pfalz, the King of Bohemia (1596-1632). Sophia died a few months before Queen Anne, and therefore her son succeded as King George I. (-1714)

1711-12 Heiress Presumptive H.R.H. Infanta Barbara Bragança of Portugal
Heir to her father, King Joăo V, until the birth of her brother. Her mother, Maria Ana de Áustria, was regent of Portugal (1642-50). She was very powerful during the reign of her husband Fernando III (1713-46-59). . Maria Barbara lived (1711-58).

Carolina of Oranje-Nassau 1747-52 Heiress to the Stadtholdership H.R.H. Princess Carolina van Oranje-Nassau of The Netherlands
1752-87 Heiress Presumptive to the Stadtholdership
1765-66 Governess of Friesland
She was her parents third, but first surviving child, and in 1747 it was decreed that the position of Stadtholder could be inherited by females, however her brother, the future Willem V, was born the following year. Her brother became Stadtholder in 1755, aged three, first with their mother, Anna of Hanover and then with their grandmother, Marijke Meu as regents. After the death of the grandmother, Carolina became regent in the Northern Provinces. She had 15 children with her husband, Prince  Karl of Nassau, Count of Saarbrücken and Saarwerden, Herr of Lahr, Mahlberg, Wiesbaden and Idstein. She lived (1743-87).

1722-45 Possible Heiress Maria Amalia von Habsburg of Austria-Hungary 
She was married to elector Karl Albrecht of Bavaria, and was a passionate hunter, loved parties and politics. She was daughter of Emperor Josef I and Amalie Wilhelmine von Braunschweig-Lüneburg and even  though she had accepted the Pragmatic Solution, she did claim  parts Habsburg Inheritance after the death of her uncle in 1740, but her cousin, Maria Theresia refused this. Maria Amalia's husband was elected emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, though, in 1742, as Karl VII. Maria Amalia supported her husband in the Austrian Succession-war, but after his death, she advised her son, Maximilian III Josef to make peace and compromise with Vienna. She lived (1701-56)

1733 Possible Heiress Maria Josefa von Habsburg Austria-Hungary

She participated actively in the negotiations in the Reichstag (Assembly). She was mother of 14 children with her husband King Friedrich-August III of Sachsen and Poland (1733-63). and was involved in attempts to have him elected Holy Roman Emperor after the death of Karl VI in 1740 and Karl VII five years later. She was a cousin of Empress Maria-Theresa of Austria-Hungary (Österreich-Ungarn), and lived (1699-1757).

Until 1737 Second-in-line HIH Archduchess Anna-Maria von Habsburg of Austria-Hungary
She was sister of Empress Maria-Theresa and married to her brother-in-law, Prince Karl von Lothringen, and was second-in-line until the birth of Maria Theresia's first child. 1744 she was appointed Governor of the Sourthern Netherlands, and died in childbed and lived (1718-46).

1796-1817 Second-in-line H.R.H. Princess Charlotte of Wales to the Throne of United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
Charlotte Augusta was daughter of The Prince Regent, Georg of Wales, who succeded his father as George IV in 1820. Her death in childbirth inspired national mourning on an unprecedented scale. The widespread response in British Regency culture to the loss of a popular Princess demonstrated how her life and death were invested with the qualities of myth. In 1830 her father and was succeded by his brother William IV,  who had two children - Charlotte who was born and died the same day in 1819 and Elizabeth, who lived 1820-21. From 1821 Princess Victoria of Kent was heir to her uncle - and in 1837 she succeded as  Queen Victoria. She lived (-1817)

Until 1779 Heiress Apparent H.H. I-Tanitaja Siti Amira Maning Ratu [MatinroE-ri Lanna], Arung Palakka of Bone (Indonesia)
She was daughter of H.H. La Parappa To' Aparapu Sappewali Madanrang Daeng Bonto Karaeng Anamonjang Paduka Sri Sultan Shahab ud-din Ismail [Tumamenanga-ri Sompaopu], Sultan of Gowa. (1690-1709-12), she married H.H. I-Mappainga Karaeng Lempangang Paduka Sri Sultan Safi ud-din [I-Makkasuma], Sultan of Tallo (1709-60) in 1725, and lived (1711-79)

Maria Augusta von Sachsen und Poland 1791-93 Princess and Infante Maria Augusta Nepomucena Antonia Franziska Xaveria Aloysia of Poland
Princess Augusta was declared possible heiress in the constitution of 1791 with the words: "Frederick Augustus, present-day elector of Saxony, to whose male successors de lumbis (from the loins) we reserve the throne of Poland. Should the present-day elector of Saxony have no male issue, then the consort, with the consent of the assembled estates, selected by the elector for his daughter shall begin the male line of succession to the throne of Poland. Therefore we declare Maria Augusta Nepomucena, daughter of the elector, to be infanta of Poland, reserving to the people the right, which shall be subject to no prescription, to elect another house to the throne after the expiration of the first." Her father, Kurfüst Friederich August III Never became King of Poland but instead King of Saxony (1806-27) and Grand Duke of Warszawa (1807-15). She was his only surviving child by his wife, Amalie von Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld (1752-1828) . Augusta never married and lived (1782-1863).

1793-95 The Princess of Beira H.H. the Serene Princess Senhora Infanta Dona Maria Thereza  de Bragança e Bourbon of Portugal
The oldest daughter of King Joăo VI of Portugal, she was Heir to the throne until the birth of her brother  Dom António (1795-1801). Her second brother became Emperor Pedro I of Brazil. She first married her maternal first cousin, Admiral-General H.R.H. the Serene Prince Seńor Don Pedro de Borbón y Braganza, Infant of Spain ( 1775-1812) and secondly her  maternal uncle, H.R.H. the Serene Prince Seńor Don Carlos de Borbón y Borbón, Count of Molina (1788- 1855), Head of the Carlists under the style of Carlos V - widower of her younger sister. Politically influential during the civil war in Portugal 1826-34 where her brother, Miguel, ursurped the throne from their niece, Maria II and in Spain during the Crarlist War, where her second husband tried to ursup the throne from his niece, Isabel II. Mother of one son, Sebastian, by her first husband. She lived (1793-1874).

1808-29 "Crown Princess" Caroline of Denmark
Her father, King Frederik 6. gave her the titulature of crown princess as she was in line to the throne in the default of male heirs (even though she had 2 older male cousins), after her sister, Vilhelmine was born in 1808, and her mother Marie Sofie Frederikke was unable to have more children after a long row of miscarriages and stillborn children. She married her father's cousin, Hereditary Prince Ferdinand (1792-1863), whose brother became Christian 8 in succession to her father in 1839. Her sister was briefly married to his son, the later Frederik 7. When Frederik 7 succeeded to the throne in 1848 her husband became Throne follower and member of the Council of State. In 1853 he accepted that the  Christian of Glücksborg, the son of her sister Louise Karoline, who was married to Louise, the daughter of his sister, Charlotte (now the closest heir to the throne after him) was named heir to the throne. Ferdinand died june 1863, 6 months before Frederik 7. Like her sister, she did not have any children, and lived (1793-1881).

Until 1812 In line for the Throne Infanta Maria Luisa to Spain
In 1812 a decree by the Cortes generales y extraordinarias (Cortes of Cadiz), deprived Francisco de Paula (1794-1865) and Maria Luisa (1782-1824), Dowager Queen of Etruia, of succession rights; those were at the time in the power of Napoleon, along with Ferdinand VII.  The decree was rescinded implicitly, along with all laws and decrees of the Cortes of Cadiz since 23 Sep 1811, by a royal proclamation of 4 May 1814. 

1819 In-Line for the Throne H.R.H. Princess Charlotte of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
Charlotte Augusta Louisa was daughter of William IV (1765-1830-37), who did not become Heir Presumptive until 1827 after the death of his brother Frederick Augustus, Duke of York. who had been heir to their brother, William III since 1820. He was king 1830-37 and married to Adelheid zu Sachsen-Meiningen (1792-1849). He was succeded by his niece, Queen Victoria, who has been Heiress Presumptive since 1830. Charlotte was also Princess of Hanover, Duchess of Brunswick and Lüneburg, but did not live more than a few months. (b. and d. 1819)

1820-21 In-Line for the Throne  H.R.H. Princess Elizabeth of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Princess of Hanover, Duchess of Brunswick and Lüneburg
Elizabeth Georginana Adelaide was daughter of king William IV (1765-1830-37), she lived (1820-21).

1833-51 Heiress Presumptive  H.R.H. Infanta Dońa Luisa Fernanda de Borbón y Borbón of Spain
Maria Luisa Fernanda was the sister of Isabel II she was the heiress from september 29th, 1833 until December 20th 1851, until the birth of Isabl's oldest daughter. She was married to H.R.H. Prince Antoine d'Orléans, Duke de Montpensier, who was created Infante of Spain. Mother of a 9 children who were Infants and Infantas of SPain, and lived (1832-97)

1835-45  Heiress Presumptive and Princess Imperial H.H. the Serene Princess Infanta Dona Januária de Bragança of Brazil and Portugal
Januaria Maria Joana Carlota Leopoldina Cándida Francisca Xavier de Paula Micaela Gabriela Rafaela Gonzaga, heiress presumptive and Pss Imperial of Brazil was sister of Queen Maria II da Gloria and married to H.R.H. Prince Luigi of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Count di Aquila (1824-97). Mother of three sons and one daughter. She lived (1822-1901)

1840-41 Heiress Presumptive H.R.H. Princess Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
Victoria Adelaide Mary Louisa was daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, she was created Princess Royal on the day of the birth of her brother in 1841. Empress of Germany.

1851-57 and 1874-80 Heiress Pressumptive H.R.H Infanta Dońa Isabel de Borbón y Borbón of Spain
Maria Isabel Francisca de Asis Cristina Francisca de Paula Dominga was daughter of Isabel II, and the heir until the birth of her brother, Alfonso XII and after his succession to the throne until the birth of his daughter in 1880. Before her marriage to H.R.H. Prince Gaetano  of the Two Sicilies, an act was drawn up for his signature which would require him to renounce the Two Sicilies Throne if his wife became Queen of Spain - to prevent the union of the Spanish Crown and “Italian dominions” as required under the Pragmatic Decree of 1759. Gaetano was created an Infante of Spain but was never required to sign the act undertaking to renounce which remains, unsigned, in the Family Archives in Naples. He died in 1871 without leaving issue. Isabel lived (1851-1931)

1871-91 Princess Imperial H.I.H. Dońa Isabel de Bragança  of Brazil
Isabel Cristina Leopoldina Augusta Micaela Gabriela Rafaela Gonzaga succeeded her  father as Head of the Imperial House of Brazil and as Grand Mistress of the Imperial Orders of Dom Pedro I, the Southern Cross, and the Rose, 5th December 1891. She lived (1846-1921).

1871 Second-in-line H.I.H. Princess Senhora Dona  Leopoldina of Brazil
Leopoldina Teresa Francisca Carolina Micaela Gabriela Rafaela Gonzaga was married to Prince Ludwig von Sachsen-Coburg  und Gotha (1845-1907).  Mother of four sons She lived (1847-71)

Until 1851 Heiresss Presumptive H.H. Princess Charlotte of Denmark

Louise Charlotte was daughter of Hereditary Prince Frederik of Denmark and Sophie Frederikke. Married to Landgraf Wilhelm of Hessen-Kassel. By the version of semi-Salic law established in the Lex Regia in 1665, she had the best claims to the Danish throne, and to the Duchy of Schleswig, but the Duchy of Holstein did not allow female succession and the Danes found it imperative that the two duchies remained united and part of the Danish realm. Therefore a male heir had to be found. She was a vise and worldly Lady, who felt totally Danish, just like her husband, who was in military service in his youth. She was very aware of her dynastic rights and 1851 both she, her son transferred their succession-rights to her daughter, Louise who then transferred it to her husband - Christian of Slesvig-Holsten-Sřnderborg-Glücksborg by an Act of Acceptance and Assurance. She lived (1789-1864)

1880-1904 Heiress Pressumptive H.R.H Infanta Dońa Maria de las Mercedes de Borbón y Austria of Spain, The Princess de Asturias
Maria de las Mercedes Isabel Teresa Cristina Alfonsa Jancita was daughter of King Alfonso XII and Maria Cristiana de Austria, she was heir to the throne all the life. Her brother, Alfonso XIII was born 6 moths after the death of their father in 1888, and had he been a girl, she would have become Queen. She married to Prince Carlo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, created Infante of Spain, the mother of a number of children, and lived (1880-1904)

1882-88 Second-in-line H.R.H. Infanta Maria Teresa de Borbón y Austria of Spain
Maria Teresa Isabel Eugenia Patricinio Diega was daughter of King Alfonso XII and Maria Cristiana de Austria, she was heiress after her sister and later also after her brother. She married Prince Ferdinand Maria of Bavaria (1884-1958), who was given the title of Infante of Spain in 1905. Mother of two sons and two daughters, who were all infants of Spain. She lived (1882-1912).

1884-90 Second-in-line H.R.H. Princess Sophie van Oranje-Nassau of The Netherlands 
1890-97 Heiress Presumptive
In 1884 her nephew, Prince Alexander, died and she became second-in-line for the throne after her niece, the later Queen Wilhelmina. After the death of her brother, King Willem III of the Netherlands, her sister-in-law, Queen Emma became regent, and Sophie acted as her advisor and supporter. Sophie was married to Grand Duke Carl Alexander zu Sachsen-Weimar und Eisenach  (1818-1901), she was mother of two sons and two daughters, and lived (1824-97).

1889 Heiress Apparent H.R.H. Princess Elisiva Fusipala Tauki'onetuku of Tonga
Daughter of H.R.H. Crown Prince Tevita 'Unga Motangitau' (1824-79), former Prime Minister, she became heir to the throne after her second brother died in 1889. In 1870 she married Prince Sia'osi Fatafehi Toutaitokotaha, 4th Tu'i Pelehake (1842-1912), who was Minister for Lands 1897-1903, and Finance 1903-1904, Prime Minister 1904. He was son of H.R.H. Princess Salote Pilolevu Mafileo, daughter of King Sia'osi Taufa'ahau Tupou I. Elisiva's only child succeeded his great grandfather - Sia'osi Tupou I, as King Sia'osi Taufa'ahau Tupou II of Tonga. She lived (1850-89).  

1891-99 H.R.H Crown Princess Victoria Ka'iulani Kalaninuiahilapalapa Kawekiu-i-Lunalilo of Hawai'i
Daughter of H.R.H. Princess Miriam Kapili Likelike Kekauluohi, Governess of Hawaii 1878-1880, and H.E. The Hon Archibald Scott Cleghorn. Kauilani was appointed Heiress Apparent in 1891 to Queen Lili'uokalani and became Vice-President of the Hawaiian Red Cross. She was unmarried, and  lived (1875-99)

1892-94 Second-in-Line H.R.H. Princess Louise of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Princess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Duchess of Saxony
Louise Victoria Alexandra Dagmar was second in line after death of oldest brother, Albert, until the birth of the oldest son of her brother, the later Georg V. She married Alexander Duff, 6th Earl of Fife, who was created Duke of Fife. Her two daughters were created Princesses of United Kingdom and the oldest, Alexandra, succeeded as 2nd. Duchess of Fife.

1918-21 Heiress Pressumptive G.D.H Princess Hilda of Luxembourg, Princess de Nassau
Hilda Sophie Marie Adélaîde Wilhelmine was heir to the throne until the birth of her sister, Grand Duchess Charlotte's first son, Jean, in 1921. Next in line were her sisters, Antonia (1899-1954), married to Crown Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria and Elisabeth (1901-50) married to Ludwif Philipp von Thurn und Taxis (1901-33). Hilda was married to H.S.H. Adolf Johann Maria Franz Josef Hubertus Agapit 10th Fürst zu Schwarzenberg, Princely Count zu Kleggau, Count zu Sulz, Duke zu Krummau (1890-50). They had no children. Hilda Sophie Marie Adelheid Wilhelmine Princess de Luxembourg, Princess de Nassau lived (1897-1979).

1918-21 Second in line G.D.H Princess Antonia of Luxembourg, Princess de Nassau
Antonia Roberta Sophie Wilhelmine was second in line after her sister Hilda, and was married to Crown Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria. She lived (1899-1954)

1922-49 H.S.H. Hereditary Princess Charlotte of Monaco, Duchesse de Valentinois
Charlotte, Louise, Juliette Grimaldi was daughter of Prince Honore and Marie Juliette Louvet (1867-1930), she was lLegitimated and created Princesse de Monaco and Duchesse de Valentinois in 1919 and Heir Pressumptive to the Throne  until she enounced her right of succession in favour of her son on the 30th of May 1944. married Pierre, Comte de Polignac who was created H.S.H. Pierre Grimaldi Prince of Monaco, Duc de Valentinois, Comte de Polignac until their divorce in 1930. She Charlotte Louise Juliette Grimaldi

1922-23 and 1949-57 Second-in-Line H.S.H. Princess Antoniette of Monaco
Her Serene Highness Antoinette Louise Alberte Suzanne Grimaldi de Monaco, Baronne de Massy is sister of Rainier III she had three children, by Alexandre Noghčs: Elisabeth-Ann (b. 1947), Christian (b. 1949) and Christine (1951-89), who were legitimated by the marriage of their parents in 1951. They were named at birth Grimaldi, but by ordinance of November 15, 1951 their names were all changed to "de Massy". After the change in the succession-law in 2002, she, her children and their issue of Monegasque nationality could be chosen as successors in case a reigning prince dies or abdicates without issue and without siblings having issue. However, they cannot be placed in an order of succession, since the choice of which collateral heir would be called to the throne is entirely up to the Regency Council and the Crown Council. She lived (1921-2011).

1933-35 Second-in-line H.R.H. Infanta Beatriz de Borbon y Battemberg of Spain
Beatrix Isabel Federica Alfonsa Eugenia Cristina Maria Teresa Bienvenida Ladisláa was second after her two brothers renounced their righs to the throne. When she married Alexandro Torlonia, príncipe di Civitella Cesi, she gave up her own succession-rights.. She lived (1909-2002).

1936-38 Second-in-line H.R.H. Infanta Dońa Maria del Pilar de Borbón y Borbón of Spain
1938-63 Third-in-line
Maria del Pilar Alfonsa Juana Vitoria Luisa Ignacia y Todos los Santos was second-in-line after her father, the Count of Barcelona, until her oldest brother, Juan-Carlos was born. She lost her succession-rights upon her marriage in 1967 to Don Luis Gómez-Acebo y Duque de Estrada, Modet y Veereterra, Viscount de la Torre. She was then created Duchess de Badajoz. 

1947-65 Second-in-Line H.R.H. Sofia of Greece
Sophía Margaríta Viktoría Frideríka is the daughter of King Paul and Queen Frederikka von Hannover, she was second-in-line until the birth of her niece, Princess Alexia. In 1962 she married to Juan Carlos I of Spain, who was named heir to the throne in 1969 and succeeded as king in 1976. (b. 1938-)

1947-64 Second-in-Line H.R.H. Princess Irene van Oranje-Nassau of The Netherlands
Irene Emma Elisabeth isdaughter of Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard zu Lippe-Biesterfeld, she was second in line after her sister, Princess Beatrix, Until 1964 when she married Carlos de Bourbon-Parma without asking for the permission of the parliament and thereby lost her succession-rights. Mother of four children. (b. 1940-)

1950-60 Second-in-Line H.R.H. Princess Anne of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
 In-line for the Throne

Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise was second in line until the birth of her brothers. Later known as HRH The Princess Royal.

1953-67 Second-in-Line H.R.H.Princess Benedikte of Denmark
1967- In-line for the Throne

Benedikte Astrid Ingeborg Ingrid became a member of the Council of State by the age of 21 and has acted as regent (Rigsforstander) first in the place of her father and then for her sister, Queen Margrethe 2, whey they were abroad - alternating with Crown Prince Frederik and Prince Joachim of Denmark, since they came of age and as they got children, she moved further down in the line of succession. Princess Benedikte is married to H.H. Prince Richard zu Sayn- Wittgenstein-Berleburg and lives in Germany. Mother of 3 children who were never in line for the throne. (b. 1944-)

Anne-Marie of Danmark 1953-64 Third-in-line H.R.H. Princess Anne-Marie of Denmark
Anne-Marie Dagmar Ingrid was in line for the throne until she married King Konstantine II of Greece and signed off her rights. Mother of five children who are not in line for the Danish throne. (b. 1946-).

1953- In-line for the Throne H.H. Princess Elisabeth of Danmark
Elisabeth Caroline-Mathilde Alexandrine Helena Olga Thyra Feodora Estrid Margarethe Désirée, Prinsesse til Danmark is born as daughter of Hereditary Prince Knud and Princess Caroline-Mathilde, she has in line for the throne after the change of the succession-law in 1953. Her two younger brothers married commoners, lost their succession-rights and and were given the title  of Count af Rosenborg. In 2012 she was number 14 - and last - in the line of succession. Princess Elisabeth worked 40 years as a clerk and principal clerk in the Foreign Ministry and was posted abroad a number of times. She lived together with Claus Hermansen for 25 years until his death and after lived together with another man. (1935-)

1957-58 and 2002-05 Heiress Presumptive
2005-14 Hereditary Princess H.S.H. Caroline of Monaco
2014- In-line for the throne
Caroline Louise Marguerite Grimaldi is the firstborn daughter of Prince Rainier III and Grace Kelly she was first-in-line until the birth of her brother, prince Albert. Until the constitutional changes in 2002 she was possible heir, but from 2002 she was second in-line-for the succession. After her father's death and her brother's accesion as Albert II, she became heir to the throne until the birth of his twins in 2014. Married to Philippe Junot 1978-80, to Stefano Casiraghi 1983-90, when he died in a in a power-boat racing accident in 1990. In 1999 she married Prince Ernst August of Hannover. Mother of four children; Andrea (1984), Charlotte (1986), Pierre (1987) and Alexandra (2000). (b. 1957).

1965- In line for the Throne H.S.H. Princess Stephanie of Monaco

Stéphanie Marie Elisabeth Grimaldi is in line after her brother and sister and later also the sister's chidlren. First married to Daniel Ducret 1995-96, secondly to Adans Lopez Peres 2003-05. Mother of three children; Louis, (1992), Pauline Grace (1994) and Camille, (1998), whose father is unkonwn. (b. 1965-).

1964-65 H.R.H. Crown Princess Irene of Greece
1965-67 Second-in-line (Princess)

1967- In-line for the Throne
She was heir to the throne from the time of her older sister, Sophia's marriage to the heir to the Spanish throne, Juan-Carlos de Borbón until the birth of her brother, King Konstantinos IIIs oldest child, Princess Alexia. She never married. (b. 1942-)


1964-67 Second in line H.R.H. Princess Margriet van Oranje-Nassau of The Netherlands
In-line for the Throne
After her older sister lost her succession-rights Princess Margriet Francisca became the second in line after their older sister, Beatrix. Margriet is a very active member of the royal family and an important deputy to her sister. When her sister, Queen Beatrix abdicated in 2013 the 2 of her sons who were still in line of succession lost this postion. Married to Peter van Vollehoven and mother of 4 sons. (b. 1943-)

1965-67 H.R.H. Crown Princess Alexia of Greece 
1967-69 Second-in-Line (Princess)
 In-line for the Throne
Princess Alexia of Greece and Denmark is daughter of King Constantine II and Queen Anne-Marie of Denmark, she was first in line for the throne until the birth of her brother, Crown Prince Paulos and then second-in-line until the birth of her second brother, Nicolaos two years later. She works as a group therapist for children at the Fundacion Catalana of Down's Syndrome in Barcelona and is married to Carlos Morales Quintana. Mother of Arrietta, Ana-Maria, Carlos and Amelia Morales y de Grecia, born in 2001, 2003, 2005 and 2007. She is (b. 1965-) 

1975-2005 Second-in-line H.R.H. Infanta Dońa Elena de Borbon y Grecia of Spain
 In-line for the Throne
After the reintroduction of the monarchy Elena María Isabel Dominica de Silos de Borbón y Grecia was seond-in-line to the throne after her younger brother, Felipe, who became King in 2014. She was created Duchess de Lugo before she married Don Jaime de Marichalar y Sáenz de Tejada (1963-) in 1995 and is the mother of Don Felipe-Juan de Marichalar y de Borbón (b. 1998-) and Dońa Victoria Federica (b. 2000-). The couple separeted in 2007. In 2005 her brother's first daughter, Leonor, was born. (b. 1963-)

1975-98 Third-in-line H.R.H. Infanta Dońa Cristina de Borbon y Grecia of Spain
 In-line for the Throne
After the reintroduction of the monarchy Cristina Federica Victoria Antonia de la Santisi was third-in-line to the throne after her younger brother, Don Felipe, and older sister, Dona Elena. Christina was created Duchess of Palma de Mallorca on the day of her marriage to Don Ińaki Urdangarín y Liebaertand (b. 1968-). She is mother of three sons. (b. 1965-)

1977-  Possible Heiress H.R.H. the Royal Princess, Somdetceh Phra Debaratanarajasuda Chao Fa Maha Chakri Sirindhorn of Thailand (5.12-)
In 1977 the Thai constitution was changed to allow for possible female succession. She is the Second daughter of King Bhumibol Adulyadej Rama IX, and has acted as regent on several occasions - in 1997 for example she averted a military coup d’etat during her fathers illness. She was one of his closest advisors. In 1996 she was appointed General, Admiral and Air Chief-Marshal. She is unmarried. (b. 1955-)

1980- H.R.H. Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, Duchess of Västergötland
In 1980 absolute premogeniture was introduced and Victoria Ingrid Alice Désiré became the heiress. On her 18th birthday the 14th of June the crown Princess swore the oath on the constitution and was inaugurated as Deputy Head of State. In 2010 she married David Westling who became HRH Prince David of Sweden, Duke of Västergötland and in 2012 they had a daughter, Princess Estelle. (b. 1979-)

1982-2012 Third-in-line H.R.H Princess Madeleine of Sweden, Duchess of Hälsingland och Gästrikland
2012- In line for the throne
Madeleine Thérčse Amélie Joséphine is the youngest child of  King Carl XVI Gustaf, and she acts as regent in the absence of her elder sister and brother, Prince Carl Philip (b. 1979). Married to Chris O'Neil and mother of Princess Leonore of Sweden in 2014. She is born (b. 1982-)

1985- Heir to the Headship of the Georgian Dynasty Princess Anna Bagration-Gruzinsky (Georgia)
The oldest of the 2 daughters of Prince Nugzar Bagration-Gruzinsky, Head of the Dynasty since 1984. She had two daughters with her first husband - Princesses Irina (b. 2003) and Miriam Bagrationi-Gruzinskiy (b. 2007) - who are second and third-in-line. With her second husband, David Bagration of Mukhrani (b. 1976), she had the son, Prince Giorgi Bagrationi, who, according to the Chancellery of the Georgian Royal House, will decide weather to become Heir to his mother´s line or reamin head of his father´s house when he turns 18. This will also determine the place of his older half-sisters in the line of succession. Princess Anne divorded David Bagration-Mukhransky the second time in 2013. She is (b. 1976).

1991-2004 Second-in-Line H.R.H. Princess Märta Louise of Norway
2004-05 Third-in-line
 In-line for the Throne
In 1991 Norway introduced absolute premogeniture, until then women were excluded from the Norwegian succession, but it was stipulated that the provision would only come in force for the following generations, so Märtha Louise became second in line after her younger brother, Crown Prince Hĺkon until the birth of his daughter in 2004. Märtha Louise married Ari Behn in 2002 and the following year she gave birth to her daughter, Maud. (b. 1971-)

1991-2001 Second-in-Line H.R.H. Princes Astrid of Belgium
2001-03 Third-in-Line
 In-line for the Throne

Astrid Josephine-Charlotte Fabrizia Elisabeth Paola Maria became seond-in-line after the succession-Law was changed in 1991 to allow female succession after her oldest brother, Prince Filip and her four children took precedence before her younger brother Laurents'. 2001 her brother's first daughter i born
and later he got 3 more children.

1996-98 Second-In-Line to the Headship of the Royal House H.R.H. Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece
1998-99 Third-in-Line
In-line for the Throne
The oldest child of Crown Prince Pavlos, she was second-in-line until the birth of her brother, Constantine Alexios in 1998 and third-in-line until the birth of Achileas-Andreas. (b. 1996-)

1997-99 Second-in-line to the Headship of the Royal House H.R.H Princess Dona Maria Francisca de Bragança of Portugal
1999- Third-in-line
Maria Francisca Isabel Micaela Gabriela Rafaela Paula de Herédia de Bragança was second in life after her older brother, Dom Alfonso until the birth to the birth of her younger brother, Dom Dinis. (b. 1997-) Daughter of Dom Duarte  de Bragança, Duke de Bragança, Guimarăes and Barcelos, Marquis of Vila Viçosa, Count of Arraiolos, Ourém, Barcelos, Faria and Neiva etc and Isabel de Herédia. (b. 1997-)

1997- Heiress to the Headship of the Royal House H.R.H. Crown-Princess Margarita of Romania
In 1997 her father, Mihai I named her heir to the headship of the Royal House of Romania, but he was not able to name her Heir to the Throne, since the Monarchial Constitution only allows male succession, but in 2007 the succession was altered to allow male-preferred female succession, as Romania had joined the EU and salic law is discriminatory. She was then named Crown Princess and future Head of the Royal House and Custodian of the Romanian Crown. She married Radu Duda who was created Prince von Hohenzollern-Veringen and later Prince of Romania (b. 1960-). She does not have any children and her four sisters and their children are next in line. The third daughter, Irina Walker (1953-), and her children and grand-children were barred from the line of succession in 2014. The youngest, Princess Maria (b. 1964-) does not have any children with her former husband Kazimierz Mystkowski. Margarita is (b 1949-).

1997- Second-in-Line to the Headship of the Royal House H.R.H. Princess Elena of Romania
Also known as Helena she is second in line after her sister, Princess Margarita. In 2010 her son, Nicholas de Roumanie Medforth-Mills (b. 1985-) was installed as HRH Prince of Romania and third in line for the throne. In 2015 he was stripped of the title and his place in the line of successon, and his sister, Karina de Roumanie Medforth-Mills (b. 1989), became third-in-line. The following heirs are also women. Elena was first married to  Dr. Leslie Robin Medforth-Mills (1942-2002) until their divorce in 1991 and then to Alexander Philips Nixon McAteer (b. 1964-). She is (b. 1950-)

1996- Heiress to the Headship of the Stuart Royal House H.R.H. Princess Sophia von Bayern of England and Scotland
Sophie Elizabeth Marie Gabrielle, Herzogin in Bayen and Hereditary Princess von und zu Liechtenstein, Gräfin zu Rietberg is daughter of H.R.H. Prince Max-Emanuel of Bavaria, Duke in Bavaria (1937-), and married to Hereditary Prince Aloys of Liechtenstein and mother of four children. (b. 1967-)

2001-13  H.R.H. the Hereditary Princess Elisabeth of Belgium
2013- Crown Princess, Duchess of Brabant
Elisabeth Thérčse Marie Hélčne is the first female in the Western World to have been born as heir apparent. She has got two younger brothers, Gabriel and Emmanuel and a sister, Éleonore. She is the daughter of the King Philippe and Queen Mathilde. Elisabeth is (b. 2001-)

2003-04 Third-in-line Maud Angelica Behn, of Norway
 In-line for the Throne
Daughter of Princess Märtha-Louise of Norway and her husband, Ari Behn. (b. 29.04.03). In April 2005 her younger sister, Leah Isadora was born as the fifth-in-line for the throne, but only kept this position until December the same year, but both are still in line for the throne as is their youngest sister, Emma Tallulah, who was born in 2008. (b. 29.04.03-).

2003-13 Hereditary Princess HRH Priness Catharina-Amalia of The Netherlands
2013- Princess of Oranje
Catharina-Amalia Beatrix Carmen Victoria is normally known as Princess Amalia, and is the oldest daughter of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands. (b. 2003-)

2004-  H.R.H. the Hereditary Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway
She is the firstborn of Crown Prince Haakon and his wife Mette-Marit, who has a son from a previous relationship. In December 2005 her brother, Sverre Magnus, was born. (b. 21.01.04-).

2005-14  Hereditary Princess H.R.H. Infanta Leonor de Borbon y Ortíz of Spain
2014- Princess of Asturias, Gerona, Viana, Duchess of Montblanc, Countess of Cervera and Lady of Balaguer
Leonor de Todos los Santos is the firstborn daughter, and first in line to the throne after her father, King Felipe IV of Spain. Her sister, Sofia, was born in 2007.  (b. 08.11.2005-)

2005-13 Third-in-line H.R.H. Princess Alexia of The Netherlands
2013- Second-in-line
Second daughter of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, she is second-in-line after her sister, Princess Amalia-Catharina, the Princess van Oranje. (b. 2005-)

2006-08 Hereditary Princess H.R.H. Sri Sri Sri Sri Sri Yuvarajkumari Purnika Rajya Lakshmi Devi Shah of Nepal
In 2006 the Nepalese government proposed changing the succession law to absolute primogeniture.The House of Representatives subsequently approved the bill, but it was not signed into law. According to some interpretations it meant that she surplaced her younger brother as second in line, but apparently a provision would have included that specified that the change would not affect living dynasts, meaning that she would have remained third in line after her father and younger brother. Her younger sister and aunt, princesses Princesses Princess Kritika (2003-) and Prerana (1978-), who were not in line of succesison prior to 2006, would have been third and fourth inline for the throne. She is (b. 2000-) 

2007- Third-in-line H.R.H. Princess  Isabella of Denmark
Isabella Henrietta Ingrid Margrethe is second child of Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary and third in line to the throne after her father and older brother, Prince Christian, and before the twins Vincent and Josephine (b. 2010). She is (b. 21.04.2007-)

2007-14 Third-in-line H.R.H. Infanta Sofia de Borbon y Ortíz of Spain
2014- Hereditary Princess
The second child of King Felipe and Queen Letizia, she is heir to the throne after her father and older sister, Princesa Leonor. (b. 29.04.2007-)

2011-14 Third-in-ine H.R.H. Princess Alexandra of Luxembourg
When absolute absolute primogeniture was introdcused, she surplaced her younger brother as third-in-line after one of ther three older brothers had renounced his succession rights in 2006. When her second oldest brother, Felix, had his daughter Amalia in 2014, she moved down  in the order of succession. (b. 1991-)

2012- Hereditary Princess Estelle of Sweden, Duchess of Östergötland
The daughter of Crown Princess Victoria, she is third in line for the Swedish throne. (b. 23.02.12-)

2005-13 Third-in-line H.R.H. Princess Ariane of The Netherlands
Youngest daughter of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, she is in line to the throne after her two elder sisters. (b. 2007-)

2014- Third-in-Line Princess Amalia de Nassau, of Luxembourg
Oldest daugther of the second-in-line to the throne, Felix of Luxembourg and and Claire Lademacher. (b. 2014-).

2015- Second-in-Line Princess Gabriella of Monaco, Countess de Carladčs
Oldest child of Prince Albert II of Monaco and his wife Charlene, she is second in line after her younger twin brother, Prince Jacques. (2015--)

2015- Crown Princess Gusti Kanjeng Ratu Mangkubumi Amemayu Ayuning Bawana Langgeng ing Matara Nur Malitasari of Yogyakarta (Indonesia)

As the oldest of 5 daughters of Sultan Hamengkubuwono X, she was named heir to the Principality which enjoys a special status within the Indonesian Republic. She is married to Haji Nieko Messa Yudhana/Kanjeng Pangeran Arya Viranegara and mother of  a daughter, Radin Ajeng Arti Ayya Fatimasari Viranegara (b. 2003) and a son, Radin Mas Drasthya Viranegara (b. 2005). She is (b. 1972-).

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