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Old 12-14-2005, 05:41 PM
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All children:
with Dina bint Abdelhamid - Alia
with Antoinette Gardner/ Muna - Abdullah, Feisal, Zein, Aisha
with Alia Toukan - Haya, Ali (and adopted Abeer)
with Lisa Halaby/ Noor - Hamzah, Hashim, Iman, Raiyah

11 children and one adopted
thanks so much!

Ok, I think Hussein holds the record. (multiple wives help a lot in this area)
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Old 12-14-2005, 05:53 PM
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Ok, I think Hussein holds the record. (multiple wives help a lot in this area)

Yes, in men category (who lived in our times ).

In women "category", I think Isabel, comtess de Paris (1911 - 2003) holds the record. With comte de Paris - she have got, like King Hussein 11 children.
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is there any precent female royal that have 6 children?
Yes it is, Princess Tatiana of Liechtenstein has 6 children in total:
Lukas-Maria (2000)
Elizabeth (2002)
Maria-Teresa (2004)
Camilla (2005)
Anna (2007)
Sophie (2009)

Queen Saleha of Brunei has six:
Rashida (1969, married, five children)
Wakilla (1971, unmarried)
Al-Mukhtadee (1974, married, one child)
Majida (1976, married, two children)
Hafeeza (1980, unmarried)
Abdul-Malik (1983, unmarried)

Sheikha Mozah of Qatar also has six:
Jassim
Tamim
Joaan
Khalifa
Mohammed
Al-Mayassa
Hind

First wife of the Emir of Qatar, Sheikha Maryam has eight:
Aisha
Mishaal
Fahad
Hessa
Sara
Rouda
Fatima
Mashael

And his third wife, Sheikha Noora has nine:
Khalid
Abdullah
Al-Anood
Lulwa
Dana
Al-Qaaqaa
Maha
Thani
Maryam

But the record belongs to Sheikha Hind bint Maktoum al-Maktoum, main wife of the Emir of Dubai, who has a full dozen:
Hessa (1980)
Rashid (1981)
Hamdan (1982)
Maktoum (1984)
Ahmed (1987)
Saeed (1988)
Latifa (1989)
Maryam (1991)
Sheikha (1992)
Fatima (1993)
Salamah (1999)
Shamma (2001)
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12 that is quite a lot.
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Yes it is, Princess Tatiana of Liechtenstein has 6 children in
But the record belongs to Sheikha Hind bint Maktoum al-Maktoum, main wife of the Emir of Dubai, who has a full dozen:
Hessa (1980)
Rashid (1981)
Hamdan (1982)
Maktoum (1984)
Ahmed (1987)
Saeed (1988)
Latifa (1989)
Maryam (1991)
Sheikha (1992)
Fatima (1993)
Salamah (1999)
Shamma (2001)
That's 21 year between the first child and the last!
Well, at least they can help raise their siblings.
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What about by a single person?
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For a royal, I'd say Eleanor of Castile's 16 (according to Wiki) with Edward I. Empress Maria Theresa of Austria also had 16 children. Charlotte of Mecklenburg might be the runner-up with 15.

(For anyone, it's the wife of a Russian peasant named Feodor Vassilyev. She kept having sets of twins, triplets, and even quadruplets, to finish with some 69 (yes, sixty-nine) children spread out over 27 births!)
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69, thats horrendous.
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wow. that is a lot of children. don't know how people do it. I've always said that 5 is my number but 69?! God bless them!
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I don't know how they did it, either, especially since they were peasants in an essentially Medieval society (peasants in the days of Catherine the Great).
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Old 06-03-2010, 01:30 AM
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For a royal, I'd say Eleanor of Castile's 16 (according to Wiki) with Edward I. Empress Maria Theresa of Austria also had 16 children. Charlotte of Mecklenburg might be the runner-up with 15.
Queen Maria Carolina of Naples had 18! Is she the record-woman in european royalty?
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Oh! Then it may very well be her. To be certain, someone might have to go through the queen lists on Wiki and check off each woman. If I have some spare time, that's the sort of thing that would be up my alley.

Here's the link to Maria Carolina's children: Maria Carolina of Austria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The first child was in 1772, the last in 1793. The eldest daughter's first child was 1791, meaning Maria Carolina's last two children were an uncle and aunt from birth.

(Maria Carolina was also the sister of Marie Antoinette. Their mother, Maria Theresa, had 16 children; between mother and daughter, that's 34 children from two women.)
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What about the late Duke Roberto I of Parma? 24 kids from his two wives, 12 from each wife.
His eldest child, a daughter, was born in 1870, and the youngest, a son, was born 35 years later, in 1905; when this son was born, Roberto was already grandfather of 5 grandchildren.
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CP Pavlos and CP Marie-Chantal of Greece also have quite a few kids;
Princess Maria Olympia (1996)
Prince Constantine Alexios (1998)
Prince Achileas Andreas (2000)
Prince Odysseas-Kimon (2004)
Prince Aristidis Stavros (2008)
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Which Royal woman had many children and all survived to adulthood?

Queen Victoria?
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All 14 children of Isabella of Angouléme survived into adulthood: Isabella of Angoulême - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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I believe empress Maria theresa of Austria and emperor Francis of Lorraine had 15 children! I believe that to be too much and most survived like the famous archduchess Marie Antoinia josepha Johanna who became to be better known as Queen Marie Antoinette of France.
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Current European record belongs to Princess Tatiana of Liechtenstein who has now seven children.
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I believe empress Maria theresa of Austria and emperor Francis of Lorraine had 15 children! I believe that to be too much and most survived like the famous archduchess Marie Antoinia josepha Johanna who became to be better known as Queen Marie Antoinette of France.
Franz I and Maria Theresa had 16 children together; 10 of them survived and reached adulthood, 3 died in early childhood and 3 died as teenagers.
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He was the crown prince depicted in Anna and the King.
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