|Prince Carl Friedrich|
| Prince of Germany, Prince of Prussia
|Carl Friedrich Franz Alexander|
|House||House of Hohenzollern|
|Father||Georg Friedrich, King of Prussia|
|Mother||Sophie, Queen Consort of Prussia|
|Born|| 20 January 2013 (age 4) |
Hohenzollern Castle, Prussia
As of April 2017, Prince Carl Friedrich is third-in-line to succeed the Imperial throne of Germany after his older half-brothers, Wilhelm Ferdinand, Crown Prince of Prussia and Prince Christian Alexander of Prussia.
Carl Friedrich was born on 20 January 2013 at 10:59 CET, twenty-five minutes before his twin brother, Louis Ferdinand they were born at Hohenzollern Castle, Prussia. His father is the eldest child and only son of Prince Louis Ferdinand II of Prussia and Donata, Countess of Castell-Rüdenhausen and their mother was the youngest child and daughter of Franz-Alexander, Prince of Isenburg and Countess Christine von Saurma-Jeltsch. Their birth was greeted by a 41-gun salute was fired from every Palace and Castle in Prussia, to mark the birth of a Royal Prince or Princess.
The Prince has three younger siblings, two younger brother and one younger sister.
- Prince Louis Ferdinand III of Prussia, his twin brother (born 20 January 2013, aged 4)
- Princess Emma Marie of Prussia, his younger sister (born 2 April 2015, aged 2)
- Prince Heinrich of Prussia, his youngest brother (born 17 November 2016, age 5 months)
Prince Carl Friedrich has three elder siblings, two elder brother's and one elder sister from his father's first marriage
- Wilhelm Ferdinand, Crown Prince of Prussia, his eldest brother (born 10 October 1998, aged 18)
- Princess Victoria Marie of Prussia, his elder sister (born 18 June 2001, aged 15)
- Prince Christian Alexander of Prussia, his elder brother (born 27 July 2004, aged 12)
Family History Edit
Carl Friedrich and his siblings are great-great-great-grandchildren of Wilhelm II, German Emperor.
Just after his father`s first birthday, his grandfather was involved in a severe accident during military maneuvers where he was pinned between two vehicles, Although his leg was amputated and later succumbed several weeks later to the trauma and then he died on 11 July 1977. before the birth of his daughter, Princess Cornelie-Cecile of Prussia, six months later on 30 January 1978.
They both have five godparents each: