Friederike Luise Wilhelmina “Mimi” <I>von Hohenzollern</I> von Nassau-Dietz

Friederike Luise Wilhelmina “Mimi” von Hohenzollern von Nassau-Dietz

Potsdam, Stadtkreis Potsdam, Brandenburg, Germany
Death 12 Oct 1837 (aged 62)
Den Haag Centrum, Den Haag Municipality, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
Burial Delft, Delft Municipality, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
Plot Royal Crypt
Memorial ID 36426826 · View Source
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Mimi was born to Frederick Wilhelm II, King of Prussia and his consort, Fredericke Luise, Princess of Hesse-Darmstadt at the Monjibeau Palace, Berlin, Brandenberg, Prussia (now Germany).

On 1 Oct 1791, she married her cousin Willem I, King of the Netherlands in Berlin. They were the parents of 4 children-Willem Frederick Karl, Wilhelmina Fredericke Luise Pauline, Wilhelmina Fredericke Marianne, and Wilhelm Frederick (future King Willem II of the Netherlands).

When she married in 1791, her groom was only the eldest son of stadtholder Willem (William) V. Four years later her father-in-law was forced to leave the country. He left for England, but subsequently went to his possessions in Germany. A few years later, when French soldiers occupied the western part of Germany he losty them. His son returned to the Netherlands in November 1813. Only in 1815 he became King.



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  • Find a Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Friederike Luise Wilhelmina “Mimi” von Hohenzollern von Nassau-Dietz (18 Nov 1774–12 Oct 1837), Find a Grave Memorial no. 36426826, citing Nieuwe Kerk (New Church), Delft, Delft Municipality, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands ; Maintained by Goddess (contributor 46995829) .