Abigail Ayreon-Kalirion

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Abigail Ayreon-Kalirion
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  • The Princess of Rimarima
  • Princess of Alduria-Wechua
  • Princess of Shireroth
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Full Name Abigail Jayna Noor Ayreon-Kalirion ibn al-Majeed al-Osman bin Sathrati of Waffel-Paine
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Birth Date 1662
Family
Citizenship Date 1688
Dual Citizenship Shireroth, Natopia (by birth)
Elwynn (by blood)

Abigail Jayna Noor Ayreon-Kalirion ibn al-Majeed al-Osman bin Sathrati of Waffel-Paine (born in Eliria, 1662, presently aged 33) is the wife of the New Alexandrian crown prince Titu.

Name

At her birth, she was given the names Abigail Jayna Noor. Abigail is the Istvanistani form of the Elw name Avigail. Her second given name honours her paternal great grandfather's (Emperor Nathan I) mother Jaynae Lindenstream. Noor honours her namesake Kaiseress Noor of Shireroth, her father's mother.

Ayreon-Kalirion ibn al-Majeed al-Osman bin Sathrati of Waffel-Paine is her surname. It consists of several components. First of all, Ayreon-Kalirion reflects the Shirerithian imperial bloodline that she belongs to. From this line, she can trace her lineage to Kaiser Raynor I, the first kaiser of Shireroth (ruling 79–169 AN). ibn al-Majeed refers to her lineage from Simran ibn al-Majeed, al-Osman bin Sathrati refers to her heritage to the Babkhan dynastic House of Osman's Shirerithian line (Sathrati is Babkhi for "Shireroth"). Finally the suffix of Waffel-Paine refers to her paternal ancestry within the Natopian House of Waffel-Paine.

Following her marriage to Titu, she decided to keep her name unaltered.

Family background

Abigail Jayna Noor is the second child of Prince Zahir al Din and his wife Li Naomiai Avon-El. She is a cousin of Kaiser Ayreon IV and a grandchild of Kaiseress Noor and Emperor Nathaniel. She is a member of the Imperial Family of Shireroth and the Houses of Ayreon-Kalirion, Osman, and Waffel-Paine.

She has a brother, five years her senior, David, born in 1658.

Marriage and move to Alduria-Wechua

On 9.XIV.1687, Kaiseress Salome approved the engagement of Princess Abigail with Crown Prince Titu Auqui Acahuana of Alduria-Wechua, making it official.

Abigail and Titu had been secretly (for the media, that is) courting for about three years, but the engagement was put on hold due to Wechua's unexpected merger with Alduria and the political ramifications stemming from that. Once the families were happy that the time was ripe, Abigail and Titu travelled to Raynor's Keep to seek the approval of Kaiseress Salome, in accordance with Shirerithian law and the house laws of the House of Ayreon-Kalirion. The Kaiseress had tea with the two, and was pleased to let Abigail "plight her troth" to the crown prince of the far-away land.

They married on 19.I.1688 (civilly in Punta Santiago) and 23.I.1688 (religiously, in a Wechua ceremony, in Parap).

On 2.II.1689, the Royal Palace announced that Abigail and Titu were expecting their first child later the same year. A son, Uturuncu, was born on 15.VIII.1689.

Titles

Her current style is : Her Imperial Highness Princess Abigail, the Princess of Rimarima, Princess of Shireroth.

Before her marriage to Crown Prince Titu, her style was: Her Imperial Highness Lady Abigail, Princess of Shireroth

1662–1687: Princess of Shireroth, Progeny of the Once-Living God, Lady of the Holy Lakes, Scion of the King of Kings

1687–1693: The Princess of Rimarima, Princess of Shireroth, Princess of Alduria-Wechua, Progeny of the Once-Living God, Lady of the Holy Lakes, Scion of the King of Kings

1693–present: Crown Princess of Nouvelle-Alexandrie, Princess of Shireroth, Progeny of the Once-Living God, Lady of the Holy Lakes, Scion of the King of Kings

On 22.VIII.1664, according to Nat-Hum sources, Abigail was elected "Princess in Elwynn" by the Ayreonist-dominated rump congress in Eliria. Due to the non-functioning of the Senate, she could not be elected Princess of Elwynn. At the same meeting, the congress elected Karmen Joonai conducator. Neither appointment carried much weight, and Abigail never publicly acknowledged that title.

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