1810, May 91883, May 29
a member of the House of Orange-Nassau. In The Hague on 14 September 1830, Marianne married her first cousin Prince Albert, the fourth son of her mother's brother, King Frederick William III of Prussia. The union produced five children. In 1845 she left her unfaithful husband and began to live with her lover and former coachman Johannes van Rossum (nl). On 28 March 1849, Marianne and Albert of Prussia were formally divorced. Seven months later, she gave birth to her only child with van Rossum, a son, called Johannes Willem van Reinhartshausen (nl). After this, the courts of The Hague and Berlin broke all contact with her.
 Timeline (2)
09/14/1830-Princess Albert of Prussia marries Marianne of the Netherlands
03/28/1849-Princess Marianne of the Netherlands and Albert of Prussia divorce
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