Charles XIII
Lilies & Lions, An Alternative History

Charles XIII is the current reigning monarch of the Crown of France

Charles XIII
King of France; King of Britannia and other Dominions of the Crown of France
Reign 8 October 2051 – present
Coronation 12 October 2051
Predecessor Charles XII
Heir-apparent Nicholas, Dauphin of France
 
Born 16 May 2024
Palais de Bordeaux, Bordeaux, Kingdom of Aquitaine, Crown of France
Spouse Annabelle Montagne-Ricardeu (m. 2046)
Issue Charlotte, Princess of France
Nicholas, Dauphin of France
Anabelle, Duchess of Savoy
Full name Charles William Alexander
Noble family House of Bordeaux
Father Charles-Henry XII
Mother TBC
Religion Anglicanism
Military service
Allegiance Crown of France
Service Royal Crown Air Army
Unit No. 100 RCAA/strikeforce
Years of service 2046–2051 (assumption of throne)

Early life


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Charles VII of France
House of Valois
Cadet branch of the House of Capet
Born: 22 February 1403 Died: 21 April 1429
Regnal titles
Preceded by
John of Valois
Dauphin of Viennois
Contested by Henry V of England
1417–1429
Succeeded by
Henry II and V
Duke of Berry and Tourraine
Count of Ponthieu and Poitou
1417–4 June 1429
Titles in pretence
Preceded by
Charles VI of France
– TITULAR –
King of France

1421–1429
Reason for dynastic failure:
Treaty of Troyes
Lancastrian accession