Queen Rose Kroshbon of Spain
Princess Rose Kroshbon of the Swiss

The official state portrait of Princess Rose

Queen of Spain
21 October 1751 – present

Predecessor: Queen Rosabella Clemente
King of Spain: Ferdinand VI Clemente

Princess Royal
22 May 1751 – 23 October 1751

Predecessor: Prince Ryan Kroshbon

Minister of State
11 August 1751 – 23 October 1751

Predecessor: Lord Wolf Kroshbon
Successor: Sir Alexander Kohleschmied

Minister of Law
19 February 1751 – 27 June 1751

Predecessor: Sir William Firewalker
Successor: Sir Harold Kohleschmied

Personal details

Born: 8 November 1724 (aged 27)

Berne, Switzerland

Nationality: Swiss
Spouse: King Ferdinand VI Clemente
Alma mater: University of Zurich
Profession: Government official, Royal
Religion: Roman Catholicism
Rose Kroshbon of Switzerland (Rose Hannah Kroshbon; 8 November 1724) is the only daughter of William II of Switzerland. She is also Countess of Solothorn. Disappearing after the Fall of the Caribbean in 1746, she returned 5 years later to re-take her place as a Princess in the Kroshbon Monarchy. 

In May 1751, after Prince Ryan Kroshbon fled Switzerland to Russia, Rose was named his successor as heir apparent, and named Princess Royal of Switzerland. Her marriage to King Ferdinand Clemente of Spain in October 1751 made her the Queen of Spain. She would later depart the Kingdom of the Swiss, three days later.

Early LifeEdit

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Fall of the CaribbeanEdit

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Return to SwitzerlandEdit

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Rise to PowerEdit

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