Princess Sylvia Identity
Princess Sylvia
Name Princess Sylvia
Full name Princess Sylvia of Lovia, Sylvia Stubbs Noble
Sex Female Female
Born October 30, 1954, Noble City
Spouse Prince Theodore
Home Noble City
Functions Princess of Lovia (1978)
Languages English, Spanish, Dutch

Princess Sylvia of Lovia or Sylvia Stubbs Noble (Noble City, October 30, 1954) is a Lovian princess and the widow of Prince Theodore. She married him in 1973 and gave birth to three children: Prince Sebastian in 1986, Princess Elisabeth in 1990, and Prince Joseph in 1994. Her husband died in 2000 in Singapore. Currently, she lives at the Great Royal Palace with her son, King Sebastian, and his wife Queen Louise

She is the daughter of a rich Lovian businessman, Albert Stubbs, Jr., son of Albert Stubbs, Sr. Her mother Victoria was from a much less wealthy family.

Princess Sylvia is reportedly very close to her two grandchildren, Princess Alice of Lovia and Prince Arthur of Lovia.

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Kings and queens: King Arthur I x Queen Anne - King Arthur II x Queen Amelia - Queen Lucy I x King Joseph - King Lucas I x Queen Elisabeth - King Arthur III - King Dimitri I x Queen Mary Elisabeth - King Sebastian I x Queen Louise
Living princes and princesses: Prince Alexander - Princess Alice - Prince Arthur - Princess Elisabeth - Prince Joseph - Princess Lucy-Anne - Princess Sylvia (wd) - Princess Helena x Anthony Mortensen
Deceased princes and princesses: Prince Noah x Princess Manon - Prince Theodore - Prince Thomas x Princess Sarah
Other articles: Great Royal Palace - Jacobian branch of the royal family - King's Gardens - King's Landmark - Line of succession - Member of the Congress by Right - Old Royal Palace - Palati Daidalo - Robert Noble - Royal Family - Royal Standard - Ruling monarch
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