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Agneta of Suionia
By the Grace of God, Queen of all Arendaal
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Queen Consort of Arendaal
Consort of King Sven V of Arendaal
Consort 1945 – 1980
Predecessor Jean of Montelimar
Successor Laura of Franken
Queen Consort of Götarike (Suionia)
Consort of King Sven V of Arendaal
Consort 1945 – 1956
Predecessor Jean of Montelimar
Successor x
Birth September 1923, Hertha-Kaiseringarten
Death 20 July 1980, Lulea
From Suionia
Marriage 8 May 1945, Karlskirche
Father King Ragnvald III of Suionia
Mother Lira of Hulst, Queen of Suionia
Issue King Edvard V
Rikissa, Sultana of Hajr
Lena, Archduchess of Wiese
Prince Varick
Royal House House of Suionia (by birth)
House of Nareath (by marriage)
Full Name Agneta von Nareath-Kapét
Religion Christian (Catholic)
Buried Notre Dame de Emyn Arnen

Agneta of Suionia ("Agneta the Beloved") (l923 - 1980) was the wife of King Sven V of Arendaal and thus the Queen Consort of Arendaal between 1945 and 1980, and of Suionia from 1945 to 1956. Through her marriage she is the mother of the current Aren monarch, King Edvard V of Arendaal, who came to the throne in 1980, following the tragic deaths of Queen Agneta and King Sven V in a skiing accident.


In Arendaal she would become known for her beauty, elegance, and grace, much like her mother-in-law Queen Freya I of Arendaal. Her status as a style icon endures even today. Like her husband she was also celebrated for her humanitarian work. In the 1950s she became instrumental as a symbol of reconciliation between Arendaal and Suionia after the dissolution og the Second Union of Bergen (1812-1956), which had united the two countries under one King.


Agneta of Suionia with her husband Sven V of Arendaal
Aren Royalty
Kapétien Dynasty
House of Nareath

House of Lundmark
Last monarch
   Kristianna I of Arendaal
Children include
   Gustav V of Arendaal
   Isacco Beniamino II of the Talemantine Empire
   Heloise, Empress of Wiese
   Liliana,Queenof Montelimar
   Kristine,Queen ofEiffelland
Gustav V
Consort
   m1. Jacqueline of Eiffelland
   m2. Sophie of Wendmark
Children include
   Beatrix I of Arendaal
Beatrix I
Consort
   Thomas of Franken
Children include
   Edvard IV of Arendaal
   Hathor III of Arendaal
   Trigve of Arendaal
   Adelaide, Queen of Anglyn
   Klara, Queen of Cambria
   Evelina,TalemantineEmpress
Grandchildren include
   Helene I of Arendaal
   Karl V of Arendaal
Edvard IV
Consorts
   m1. Evelynn of Anglyn
   m2. Victoria of Breotonia
Children include
   Helene I of Arendaal
   Victoria, Queen of Franken
Helene I
Consort
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Grandchildren include
   Grand Duke Johann
Hathor III
Consort
   Elisabeth of Lorraine
Children include
   Rurik of Arendaal (married Clemence of Lorraine)
Karl V
Consort
   m1.Julienne of Cambria
   m2.Ekaterina of Serbovia
Children include
   Pieter II of Arendaal
   Alexandra,QueenofMontelimar
   CzarinaAnastasia, GornoAltai
   Juliette,Queen ofCambria
   Klarissa,Marquised'Hennessy
Pieter II
Consort
   m1.Nadia of GreatEngellex
   m2. Anna of Wiese
Children include
   Louisa I of Arendaal
   Liliana,TalemantineEmpress
   Isabella, Queen of Franken
   Gisela,Queen of Eiffelland
Louisa I
Consort
   Arthur of Breotonia
Children include
   Anders of Arendaal (married Elisabeth of Wiese)
   Eliana,QueenofEngellex
   Charlotte,QueenofMontelimar
Grand children include
   Niklaas IV of Arendaal
   Madeleine,Empress ofWiese
Niklaas IV
Consort
   Karolina of Franken
Children include
   Freya I of Arendaal
   Louise, Queen of Anglyn
   Laine, Marquise d'Hennessy
Freya I
Consort
   Jean of Montelimar
Children include
   Sven V of Arendaal
   Marie,TalemantineEmpress
   Alienora,Queen ofEiffelland
   Helena,Queen of Engellex
   Eliska, Queen of Cambria
Sven V
Consort
   Agneta of Suionia
Children include
   Edvard V of Arendaal
   Lena of Saxony (Wiese)
   Rikissa, Sultana of Hajr
   Varik of Arendaal
Edvard V
Consort
   Laura of Franken
Children include
   Soren of Arendaal
   Katarina,QueenofMontelimar
   Sophia of Arendaal
   Iselin of Arendaal
   Kristianna of Arendaal
   Svea of Arendaal
   Evelina of Arendaal
   Isabelle of Arendaal
   Adeliza of Arendaal
Nieces/nephews include
   Elisa, Princess of the Talemantine Empire

Sven V was charismatic, clever and bitingly cynical. He inherited his good looks from his parents, the Queen Freya I and Prince Jean of Montelimar, and was considered one of the handsomest men in Europe. He enjoyed parties and gambling and had a reputation for being a womanizer. When they first met in 1944, Sven reportedly swept his future bride off her feet. 

A dazzling brunette with a radiant smile, she was described by her attendants as "compassion itself". In 1945 at the age of 22, she married King Sven V of Arendaal and the two remained inseparable for the rest of their lives.

King Sven V's sister Alienora, Queen of Eiffelland said that with Agneta, "Sven was like a new man. The two have a wonderful thing together; they're a perfect fit. Together, they sparkle".


Agneta would work alongside her husband in his charity and campaigning work. Sven V worked especially hard to support the total integration and acceptance of minority groups in Arendaal, including immigrants, homosexuals and non-Norsk Arnen speakers. The Queen was especially active in charity campaigns intended to provide aid to children throughout Arendaal and also worked diligently on behalf of the Red Cross.


Agneta was a devoted mother eager that her children should have the best in life. She shared her husband's liberal outlook and imparted this to her children, notably to King Edvard V. After her eldest daughter Princess Rikissa (later Sultana Rukayyah) eloped with Sultan Huseyn of Hajr in 1979, Agneta was more supportive of her daughter's choice than was her husband. Her indignation, however, was even greater than Sven's when rumours emerged that Rikissa had seemingly been forced to convert to Islam and that her husband maintained a harem of several thousand concubines.

Sven V revoked Rikissa's title of Grand Duchess of Norse Lorraine and insisted that the government break off diplomatic ties with Hajr. It was not until 1985 that diplomatic relations were reopened with the Sultanate and relations finally improved between Rikissa and her Aren family.


The Great Ball given to celebrate the wedding of Agneta of Suionia and King Sven V of Arendaal in 1945


In 1980, both Queen Agneta and King Sven V died after a bizarre skiing accident in Northern Arendaal at a ski resort just outside the city of Lulea. Their death was instantaneous and proved a devastating blow to their children. Her younger daughter, Lena (later Archduchess of Saxony) was especially hard hit. She was only 17 years old at the time.

The Royal couple were buried in the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Emyn Arnen following a state funeral attended by tens of thousands. Although many great Aren Royals, as well as political, religious and social figures are buried in the Cathedral, the graves of Agneta and Sven are among the most visited.

Family, Marriage and ChildrenEdit

Agneta of Suionia married King Sven V of Arendaal in 1945. Their children include:

Other Royal RelationsEdit

AncestorsEdit

Agneta of Suionia, Queen of Arendaal's ancestors in four generations:

 
 
 
 
 
Louisa I of Arendaal
 
 
Kristian III of Suionia
 
 
 
 
 
 
Arthur of Breotonia, Prince Consort of Arendaal
 
 
Niklaas III of Suionia
 
 
 
 
 
 
x
 
 
Queen of Suionia
 
 
 
 
 
 
x
 
 
Ragnvald III of Suionia
 
 
 
 
 
 
x
 
 
Count of Grunnagder
 
 
 
 
 
 
x
 
 
Christine of Grunnagder
 
 
 
 
 
 
x
 
 
Countess of Grunnagder
 
 
 
 
 
 
x
 
Agneta of Suionia, Queen of Arendaal
 
 
 
 
 
x
 
 
x
 
 
 
 
 
 
x
 
 
Duke of Hulst
 
 
 
 
 
 
x
 
 
x
 
 
 
 
 
 
x
 
 
Lira of Hulst, Queen of Suionia
 
 
 
 
 
 
x
 
 
x
 
 
 
 
 
 
x
 
 
Duchess of Hulst
 
 
 
 
 
 
x
 
 
x
 
 
 
 
 
 
x
 

See AlsoEdit

Consorts of the Kapétien Dynasty
House of Nareath
Aren Royalty
Preceded by
Jean of Montelimar
1917 - 1944
Queen Consort of Arendaal
1945 – 1980
Succeeded by
Laura of Franken
1980 – present
Princess Consort of Norseberg
1945 – 1980
Grand Duchess Consort of Emyn Arnen
1945 – 1980
Suionian Royalty
Preceded by
Jean of Montelimar
1917 - 1944
Queen Consort of Götarike (Suionia)
1945 - 1956
Succeeded by
x
1956 - onwards

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