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Juan Carlos of Coronado
By the Grace of God, Prince Consort of Arendaal
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Prince Consort of Arendaal
Consort of Queen Regent Marguerite I of Arendaal
Consort 1497 – 1517
Predecessor Ottavia of the Talemantine Empire
Successor Caitlin of Eireann
From Coronado
Birth 1477, Coronado
Death March 1525, Lulea
Marriage 1495, Arnen Castle
Father King Fernando II of Coronado
Mother Queen of Coronado
Issue Frederik II of Arendaal
Malena, Holy Germanic Empress
Gisela, Queen of Franken
Royal House House of Coronado (by birth)
House of Norregaard (founder)
Full Name Juan Carlos Vázquez
Religion Christian (Catholic)
Buried Kronhielm Tombs, Emyn Arnen

Juan Carlos of Coronado ("Juan the Handsome") (1477 - 1523) was the husband of Queen Regent Marguerite I of Arendaal and thus the Prince Consort of Arendaal between 1497 and 1517. He was the second son of King Fernando II of Coronado. He married Marguerite of Arendaal in 1496, two years before it transpired that she was to be Queen.


Juan Carlos Vázquez
of Coronado


In 1496, his father-in-law King Harald III declared Marguerite his heir, over the claim of her younger brother Rurik II. He insisted, however, that Juan Carlos was not to be her co-ruler but only her consort. By and large this was true, although the Coronadan Prince was granted greater powers than most consorts and was granted great estates in Norse Lorraine as Duke of Norregaard. His children would belong to the "House of Norregaard", a name that refered to Juan Carlos' Dukedom.


Juan Carlos of Coronado's beautiful wife, Queen Marguerite I of Arendaal
Aren Royalty
Kapétien Dynasty
House of Kronhielm

House of Langsvard
Last monarch
   Blanche I of Arendaal
Children include
   Niklaas III of Arendaal
   Kristine,TalemantineEmpress
Niklaas III
Consort
   Anna of Franken
Children include
   Madeleine I of Arendaal
Madeleine I
Consort
   Charles of Montelimar
Children include
   Pieter I of Arendaal
   Gustav IV of Arendaal
   Madeleine, Holy Germanic Empress
   Sigrid,HolyGermanicEmpress
   Frederika,QueenofEiffelland
Pieter I
Consort
   Eliana of the Talemantine Empire
Gustav IV
Consort
   Niccola of Potenza
Children include
   Harald III of Arendaal
   Anne, Queen of Montelimar
   Nikolina,TalemantineEmpress
Harald III
Consort
   Ottavia of the Talemantine Empire
Children include
   Marguerite I of Arendaal
   Rurik II of Arendaal
Marguerite I
Consort
   Juan Carlos of Coronado
Children include
   Frederik II of Arendaal
   Gisela, Queen of Franken
   Malena,HolyGermanicEmpress
Rurik II
Consort
   Caitlin of Eireann
Children include
    Dukes of Skaneland
Succeeded by
    Frederik II of Arendaal
House of Norregaard

Prince Juan Carlos reportedly went pale when he first met his wife, who was extremely beautiful. Later he declared the highly intelligent Marguerite to have "no intellectual equal."

He too was praised for his good looks and military prowess. He was said to be a "model prince", a clever politician, regal courtier, avid hunter, card player and insatiable gambler. He had a great passion for armour, not only as equipment for battle or tournaments but as an art form. The style of armour that became popular during the early 1500s became known as Coronado armour after the Prince.


Juan Carlos Vázquez, Prince of Coronado and Prince Consort of Arendaal


Like his wife, he was a keen supporter of the arts and sciences, and he surrounded himself with prominent scholars, securing them important court posts. His correspondence with his Royal Family in Coronado helped to transmit many of facets of the Aren Renaissance to southern Europe.

When Juan Carlos' wife Marguerite I died in 1517, the succession rights of their son Frederik II of Arendaal were challenged by Marguerite's brother, Rurik II.

Juan Carlos fought alongside his son against Rurik's armies, commanding a large force in the Principality of Norseberg. At the end of his life, some historians have suggested that Juan Carlos was "morbidly" depressed: after Queen Marguerite's death, he travelled everywhere with his coffin.

Family, Marriage and ChildrenEdit

Prince Juan Carlos of Coronado married Queen Marguerite I of Arendaal in 1495. Their children included:

Other Royal RelationsEdit

AncestorsEdit

Juan Carlos of Coronado, Prince Consort of Arendaal's ancestors in four generations:

 
 
 
 
 
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See AlsoEdit

Consorts of the Kapétien Dynasty
House of Kronhielm
Aren Royalty
Preceded by
Ottavia of the
Talemantine Empire

1480 – 1497
Prince Consort of Arendaal
1497 – 1517
Succeeded by
Caitlin of Eireann
1517 – 1520
Prince Consort of Norseberg
1497 – 1517
Grand Duke Consort of Emyn Arnen
1497 – 1517
vacant Duke of Norregaard
1570 - 1604
Frederik II

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