Full Name: Elisabeth Asara des Vinandy
Father: Arkadius Frederik Gustavus des Vinandy
Elisabeth Asara des Vinandy, Princess of Austrasia ('s Koningenwaarde, 1 XV 1674 AN) is the crown princess of the Kingdom of Batavia and the Grand Duchy of Helderbourgh. She is the oldest child of King Arkadius Frederik Gustavus des Vinandy and Clara Sundara Waffel-Paine. Right from birth, she is the first in line to the succession to the throne of Batavia and Helderbourgh, but not for the succession of Francia.
Princess Elisabeth Asara was born in the Blanckenhof Palace in ‘s Koningenwaarde. Moments after birth, the king ordered the firing of salute shots. In Batavia, 101 salute shots were fired by the Ingelburgse Hunters every 10 seconds. The Amokolian Highlanders in Brandenburg and the Helderbourgh Armed Forces in Helderbourgh Stadt did the same. The national flag was hoisted on all government buildings in the three countries.
Shots were also fired away in Ravaria in honour of her birth. Two 62-gun salutes were fired simultaneously by the Fleur de Lys-Longships Guard in the Godsgroves of Tecklenburg Palace and Aakenie Hall.  Because Elisabeth is a great-great-granddaughter of Lady Æsileif Haraldsdóttir of the Houses of Vinandy de Ravarie and Ettlingar Freyu. In addition, birth gifts were also given to Elisabeth. 
Names and titles
- Elisabeth comes from her grandmother Elisabeth van Hollandt.
- Asara comes from her other grandmother Asara Sisu Dhury of Waffel-Paine.
Her parents' marriage contract stipulates that she will be awarded the title "Princess of Austrasia". This title is an old Batavian tradition for the crown prince or crown princess of Batavia.
Titles that she has thanks to her father are: Princess of Amokolia, Princess of Vinandy, Archduchess of ‘s Koningenwaarde, Duchess of Brandenburg, Duchess of Gascony, Duchess of Levensburg, Countess of Bourbon, Countess of Dasburgh, Countess of Girond, Baroness of Ammerswoude and by the Loet, Baroness of Bergkirche, Baroness of Heydelberg, Lady of Audinghen, Lady of Paravel.
Titles she would inherit from her mother: Duchess of Hazelwood, Countess of Maconvale, Lady in Jorvik. But after the divorce of her parents, only the title "Lady in Jorvik" is left.
Since the foundation of the Frankish Empire, Elisabeth Asara became the Imperial Princess of Francia.
Princess Elisabeth Asara is addressed as Royal Imperial Highness and is described as Her Royal Imperial Highness the Princess of Austrasia. The preamble of a letter is: Her Imperial Highness.
One of the important connecting bridges in Helderbourgh Stadt is named after the princess: Elisabeth Asara Bridge.
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