Catharina-Amalia, as the new heir apparent, assumed the title of Princess of Orange, becoming the first to do so in her own right. On 8 December 2021, Princess Catharina-Amalia assumed her seat in the Advisory Division of the Council of State when she reached the age of majority at 18 the day before.
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Amalia's mother stands in the center, her sisters on the queen's right and a 6-year-old Amalia on the left, in light blue. Princess Anna Amalia of Prussia was born on 9 November 1723 in Berlin , Kingdom of Prussia as the 12th child and 7th daughter of King Frederick William I (1688–1740) and his wife, born Princess Sophia Dorothea of Hanover (1687–1757).
Sua Maestà Imperiale e Reale Guglielmo I, per grazia di Dio, Imperatore tedesco e Re di Prussia; Margravio di Brandeburgo, Burgravio di Norimberga, Conte di Hohenzollern; Sovrano e Supremo Duca di Slesia e della Contea di Glatz; Granduca del Basso Reno e di Posen; Duca di Sassonia, di Westfalia, di Angria, di Pomerania, Lüneburg, Holstein e Schleswig, di Magdeburgo, di Brema, di Gheldria ...
Portrait of María Amalia of Saxony, by Vicente López Portaña. Maria is seen wearing the band and cross of the Order of Noble Ladies of Queen Maria Luisa. The style of the portrait and the mature appearance of the queen have led some authors to affirm that it must have been painted around 1828, one year before the death of the sovereign, and when she was 23 years old.
Maria Josepha Amalia of Saxony on 20 October 1819, who bore him no children. Maria Antonia's niece (born a month before her death), Princess Maria Christina of Naples and Sicily (more often known as of the Two Sicilies ) with whom Ferdinand had the future Isabella II of Spain .
Maria Amalia of Saxony: 2. Ferdinand VII of Spain: 10. Philip, Duke of Parma: 5. Maria Luisa of Parma (= 15) 11. Louise Élisabeth of France: 1. Isabella II of Spain: 12. Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies: 6. Francis I of the Two Sicilies: 13. Maria Carolina of Austria: 3. Maria Christina of the Two Sicilies: 14. Charles IV of Spain (= 4) 7.