Queen Anne-Sophie of Denmark

Anne Sophie Reventlow (Danish: Anna Sophie; 16 April 1693 - 7 January 1743) was Queen of Denmark and Norway from 1721 to 1730 as the second wife of Frederick IV of Denmark and Norway. She was the daughter of Conrad, Count Reventlow and Anna Gabel.
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Queen Anne-Sophie of Denmark

Queen Anne-Sophie of Denmark

Queen Anne-Sophie of Denmark

Queen Anne-Sophie of Denmark

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Anne-Sophie

Anne-Sophie

Anne-Sophie

Queen Anne-Sophie of Denmark

Queen Anne-Sophie of Denmark

Queen Anne-Sophie

Queen Anne-Sophie


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Louise of Mecklenburg-Güstrow, painted by J. S. du Wahl.  (1667-1721)  She married the future Frederick IV of Denmark.

Louise of Mecklenburg-Güstrow, painted by J. S. du Wahl. (1667-1721) She married the future Frederick IV of Denmark.

Dyveke Sigbritsdatter (1490 - 1517). Mistress of Christian II of Denmark. She was Dutch, and became his mistress in either 1507 or 1509. Her mother, Sigbrit, acted as an adviser to the King and they two of them were greatly hated. Christian refused to end their relationship even after he married Isabella of Austria in 1515, and her brother demanded his mistress's removal. Rumors said her death in 1517 was by poison.

Dyveke Sigbritsdatter (1490 - 1517). Mistress of Christian II of Denmark. She was Dutch, and became his mistress in either 1507 or 1509. Her mother, Sigbrit, acted as an adviser to the King and they two of them were greatly hated. Christian refused to end their relationship even after he married Isabella of Austria in 1515, and her brother demanded his mistress's removal. Rumors said her death in 1517 was by poison.

Elisabeth Helene von Vieregg (1679 - 1704). Mistress of Frederick IV of Denmark from 1699 until her death in 1704. He married her in 1703, even though his wife, Sophie Hedevig, was still living. She gave birth to a son and died soon after his birth.

Elisabeth Helene von Vieregg (1679 - 1704). Mistress of Frederick IV of Denmark from 1699 until her death in 1704. He married her in 1703, even though his wife, Sophie Hedevig, was still living. She gave birth to a son and died soon after his birth.

The pearl necklace belonged to Christian V's consort, Charlotte Amalie of Hesse-Kassel

The pearl necklace belonged to Christian V's consort, Charlotte Amalie of Hesse-Kassel

Ingeborg Magnusdotter of Sweden (1277 - 1319). Queen of Denmark from 1296 until her death in 1319. She was married to Eric VI and had one son, who died young. She was showing off her newborn when she dropped him and he broke his neck and died. After this her husband forced her into a convent.

Ingeborg Magnusdotter of Sweden (1277 - 1319). Queen of Denmark from 1296 until her death in 1319. She was married to Eric VI and had one son, who died young. She was showing off her newborn when she dropped him and he broke his neck and died. After this her husband forced her into a convent.

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Støvlet-Cathrine Benthagen (1745 - 1805). Mistress of Christian VII of Denmark from 1767 until 1768. She was arrested in 1768 and never saw the king again.

Støvlet-Cathrine Benthagen (1745 - 1805). Mistress of Christian VII of Denmark from 1767 until 1768. She was arrested in 1768 and never saw the king again.

Karen Andersdatter (? - 1673). Mistress of Christian IV of Denmark from 1613 until around 1615 or 1616. She is also the mother of his son, Hans Ulrik Gyldenlove.

Karen Andersdatter (? - 1673). Mistress of Christian IV of Denmark from 1613 until around 1615 or 1616. She is also the mother of his son, Hans Ulrik Gyldenlove.

Louise Christine Rasmussen (1815 - 1874). Mistress and later wife of Frederick VII of Denmark. They married in 1850 and she was given the title of Countess of Danner.

Louise Christine Rasmussen (1815 - 1874). Mistress and later wife of Frederick VII of Denmark. They married in 1850 and she was given the title of Countess of Danner.

Sophie Amalie Moth (1654 - 1719). Mistress of Christian V of Denmark. They had five children, Christiane, Christian, Sophie Christiane, Anna Christiane, and Ulrik Christian Gyldenlove.

Sophie Amalie Moth (1654 - 1719). Mistress of Christian V of Denmark. They had five children, Christiane, Christian, Sophie Christiane, Anna Christiane, and Ulrik Christian Gyldenlove.

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