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King Joseph Identity
Joseph
Name King Joseph
Full name King Joseph of Lovia, Joseph of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Joseph of Belgium
Sex Male Male
Born 1880, Brussels
Deceased 1948, Noble City
Spouse Princess Caroline of Brunant (1905), Queen Lucy I (1910-1948)
Home Seal of Noble City Noble City
Functions King of Lovia (1938-1944)
Languages French, Dutch, German, English
Religious
stance
Roman Catholic

King Joseph of Lovia or Joseph of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (Brussels, 1880 - Noble City, 1948) was the Lovian King and husband of Ruling Monarch Queen Lucy I. He was doubly related to the Royal Family of Brunant.

Life Edit

Joseph was born in Brussel to Prince Philippe, Count of Flanders, and Princess Marie of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen. He was the nephew of Caroline of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, the consort of Brunanter King Ambroos I. In 1904, he was engaged to King Pieter's eldest daughter, Princess Caroline. As she became pregnant, they were quickly married on June 22, 1905. Their son, Pieter Joseph, was born on August 17, 1905, but sadly Caroline died while giving childbirth. Joseph gave his son the Van Draak surname, and not Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, in memory of his late wife. He suffered periods of depression, and felt unable to look at his son. He met Princess Lucy of Lovia in Belgium, who helped him overcome his troubles, and allowed him to become close with his son. After a prolonged courtship, they were married in Koningstad in a religious ceremony, and in Lovia in a civil one. Pieter Joseph came to Lovia with the couple, and was adopted by Princess Lucy. In 1917, they had a son, the future King Lucas I. Their second son was King Arthur III, born in 1919, and Prince Thomas, their third, was born in 1938. He is the paternal grandfather of former Monarch Prince Dimitri, as well asPhilip and George Bradly-Lashawn. Joseph is also the great-grandfather of Princess Amalia, who is fifth in line to the throne of Brunant.

Children Edit

Ancestry Edit

King Joseph's ancestors in three generations'
King Joseph,
HRH King of Lovia
Father:
Prince Philippe
Count of Flanders
Paternal Grandfather:
King Leopold I
King of the Belgians
Paternal Great-grandfather:
Duke Francis
Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld
Paternal Great-grandmother:
Princess Augusta
Countess of Reuss-Ebersdorf
Paternal Grandmother:
Queen Louise-Marie
Princess of France, Queen of the Belgians
Paternal Great-grandfather:
King Louis-Philippe I
King of France
Paternal Great-grandmother:
Queen Maria Amalia
Queen of France, Princess of the Two Sicilies
Mother:
Princess Marie
Princess of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen
Maternal Grandfather:
Prince Karl III Anton
Prince of Hohenzollern
Maternal Great-grandfather:
Prince Charles Louis
Prince of Baden
Maternal Great-grandmother:
Landgravine Amalie
Landgravine of Hesse-Darmstadt
Maternal Grandmother:
Princess Josephine
Princess of Baden
Maternal Great-grandfather:
Grand Duke Karl
Grand Duke of Baden
Maternal Great-grandmother:
Stéphanie de Beauharnais
Princess de Beauharnais


See also Edit

Flag of King's Gardens
Royal Standard
Flag of Noble City The Royal Family of Lovia Flag of Noble City
Kings and queens: King Arthur I x Queen Anne - King Arthur II x Queen Amelia - Queen Lucy I x King Joseph - King Lucas I x Queen Elisabeth - King Arthur III - King Dimitri I x Queen Mary Elisabeth - King Sebastian I x Queen Louise
Living princes and princesses: Prince Alexander - Princess Alice - Prince Arthur - Princess Elisabeth - Prince Joseph - Princess Lucy-Anne - Princess Sylvia (wd) - Princess Helena x Anthony Mortensen
Deceased princes and princesses: Prince Noah x Princess Manon - Prince Theodore - Prince Thomas x Princess Sarah
Other articles: Great Royal Palace - Jacobian branch of the royal family - King's Gardens - King's Landmark - Line of succession - Member of the Congress by Right - Old Royal Palace - Palati Daidalo - Robert Noble - Royal Family - Royal Standard - Ruling monarch

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