Ethnic Germans, providing the ruling houses of Great Britain, the Netherlands and Bulgaria. The vacant thrones of Portugal, Brazil and Mexico are claimed by members of the line of the Saxe-Coburgs.

Members of the House of Saxe-CoburgEdit

  • King-Emperor Edward VIII of Great Britain: king-emperor of Great Britain and the British Empire. Came to the throne in 1936, abdicated, then became king again in 1952. He is childless, so his niece, Princess Elizabeth, is next in line to the throne
  • Princess Elizabeth of Great Britain: heir to the throne of Great Britain, married to Prince Philip of the House of Glucksburg of Greece and Denmark
  • King-Emperor Leopold III of the Belgians, and Leopold I of the United Kingdom of the Netherlands: head of state of Belgium from 1934 and of the whole Netherlands from 1951, including those countries' empires. Married first to Princess Astrid, niece of Gustav V of Sweden, and second to Princess Lilian, a commoner
  • Emperor Boris III of Bulgaria: tsar of Bulgaria from the abdication of his father in 1918. Married to Princess Giovanna, of the House of Savoy, the ruling house of Italy.
  • Prince Imperial Simeon, Prince of Macedonia: heir to the throne of Bulgaria, styled the Prince of Macedonia
  • Carl Eduard, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha: President of the German Red Cross and member in good standing of the NSDAP and SS.
  • Maxime Weygand, Marechal de France: head of state of France from 1951 to 1958, Weygand is the grandson of Leopold I of the Belgians, being the illegitimate child of either Leopold II or his sister Charlotte, Empress of Mexico. His rule in France was jokingly referred to as the 'Third Empire'.