Christiane Sehested Danish noble and writer

Christiane Sehested is a 43 years old Danish noble and writer from . Christiane Sehested was born on July 15, 1626 (died on January 01, 1670, she was 43 years old) in .

Christiane Sehested



Christiane Christiansdatter Sehested was the daughter of king Christian IV of Denmark and his morganatic spouse Kirsten Munk. She shared the title Countess of Schleswig-Holstein with her mother and siblings. She was the twin of her sister Hedevig Ulfeldt. Christiane was engaged by her father with the noble Hannibal Sehested viceroy of Norway in 1636. She was married under great festivities in Copenhagen in 1642.
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Is Christiane Sehested still alive?

No, she died on 01/01/1670, 352 years ago. She was 43 years old when she died.


Her mother is Kirsten Munk and her father is Christian IV of Denmark. Her mother was Danish noble spouse of King Christian IV of Denmark Her mother died at the age of 59 (Christiane was 31 years old). When Christiane born she was 28 years old. and Christian IV of Denmark was 49 years old when Christiane born. Her father was a King of Denmark.


Kirsten Munk
Mother: Kirsten Munk
Christian IV of Denmark
Father: Christian IV of Denmark



She had one child, Christiane (48) . When her first child, Christiane Sophie Sehested, was born, Christiane Sehested was 17 years old.


Christiane Sehested had 13 siblings. Danish Navy offcier and diplomat Hans (11 years older) , Elisabeth (7 years younger) , Dorothea (3 years younger) , Anne (7 years older) , Danish noble Hedevig (Twin of Christiane Sehested) , Leonora (5 years older) , Ulrik (3 years younger) , Daughter of Christian IV of Denmark Sophie (6 years older) , Elisabeth (2 years older) , Ulrik (15 years older) , King of Denmark and Norway Frederick (17 years older) , and Christian (23 years older)

What was Christiane's zodiac sign?

Christiane Sehested zodiac sign was cancer.

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