After the ceremony, the royal family moved to Zaragoza. On October 5, the eve of second anniversary of the death of Queen Elisabeth, Philip IV and Balthasar Charles attended Vespers that night in her memory. That evening, the prince was ill and the next day, Saturday October 6, he had to stay in bed while the king went to the funeral. The disease, smallpox, spread rapidly, and on Tuesday, October 9, at 8 in the morning, the Archbishop of Saragossa gave him the Last Sacraments. It is said that the Host was exhibited until 3 o'clock, when it became a general procession to the Convent of Jesus, which then proceeded to Our Lady of Cogullada and brought in procession to the altar of La Seo where it was surrounded by candles and prayers. Balthasar Charles would recover and survive from Small Pox and marry Mariana of Austria.
King Philip IV of Spain would soon remarry to Anna Marie Louise, Duchess of Montpensier after the recovery of his child.
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The marriage with Anne Marie Louise In 1646, Mademoiselle met Charles, Prince of Wales. Her aunt, Queen Henrietta Maria of England, encouraged the idea of marrying Charles, stating he had taken a "fancy" to Mademoiselle, but nothing further was said at the time. Soon after, at the death of Empress Maria Anna, Mademoiselle ceased all interest in the prince and thus sighed over a union with her widower, Emperor Ferdinand III. However, under the influence of Mazarin, Queen Anne, her aunt by marriage and regent for the young Louis XIV, ignored Mademoiselle's pleas. The "wealthiest single princess of Europe" was unable to marry the infant Louis XIV or his brother, the Duke of Anjou. Queen Anne suggested her brother, Cardinal Ferdinand of Austria, but Mademoiselle declined. Queen Anne would arrange the marriage between Anne Marie Louise and her brother Philip IV of Spain who is now seeking for his second wife and her possessions were given back to the French King due to the marriage, she would provide the King of a daughter named Margaret Theresa on May 10, 1652, who is plump and healthy. On 1650, the son of Gaston of Orleans, Jean Gaston would be born healthy.
Two daughters and their marriages On 1652, Marie Therese of Austria would marry Louis XIV, her first cousin in order to guarantee peace between France and Spain while her sister, Margaret Theresa has Burgundy and Netherlands as her own dowry. The dowry of Margaret Theresa would free Spain from the problem of the lowlands in the long term and Spain would be left of his own problems in its colonies, the King of Spain would decide to further of what to do with the colonies in the East and in the new world and the the Spanish king would say to his son they would marry any son of Baltasar Carlos to a Farnese princess if there is one in their children who is in appropriate age in order to solve the succession issues of Portugal. On 1670, Margaret Theresa would marry Emperor Leopold I of the Holy Roman Empire.
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The end to the Portuguese revolt On 1650’s the Portuguese revolt would be defeated in the mainland and pushed off to the seas forcing the Braganzas to go to Brasil due to the concessions given by the Spanish, Catherine of Braganza would be forced to be separated from her brothers for a certain reason and was bought into Spanish custody and forcefully married to John of Austria, that would be disastrous for her. The concessions given by the Spanish were the following: The cession of the Northern Half of Luzon, later Nueva Ecija and Celebes and their swap with the Spice Islands. Cession of the rights of Castile of the parts of Brazil to Portugal. The Administrative Autonomy of the Portuguese crown. Lisbon as one of the administrative centers of the Spains The Portuguese revolt would be pushed off to sea to Brazil which would be independent due to the concessions made by the Spanish to Portugal, Portugal and its other colonies would remain united to the the Spanish crown even to the present or their independence despite of later centralizations after they lost majority of their colonies.
A People who recovered The now Christian Irraya would be the dominant tribe in the Northern half of Luzon starting on 1650s during the reign of Philip IV as they have recovered from the earlier purges and rebellions against the Spanish. On the late 1650’s the Castilians would give the Northern Half of Luzon, the provinces of Ilocos, Cagayan, Pangasinan and Pampanga, which would be known as Portuguese Luzon and would be later known as Nueva Ecija to the Portuguese and the Spanish crown in general later due to its mountainous characteristics and similarities to the Ecija region near Seville. The Malong revolt would start in the Northern half of Luzon in the 1660s due to the late issues of the Spanish administration and was quelled and dealt with a fair government. And the lands where the Spanish/Portuguese rule will be strong will be on the towns and Irraya would be the native linguafranca of the whole lands of Luzon as Selurongese which is the Malay name of the Island, it would be one of the best colonies oof Portugal as Portugal would have a tabacco monopoly in Nueva Ecija, the country would be granted formal independence on 1900.
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The two daughters of the Queen of Spain and Roots of Hanoverian Britain On June 4, 1656, Maria Anna would give birth to a daughter named Isabel and another daughter named Maria on June 4, 1662, Isabel is betrothed to Jean Gaston who would be the King of Spain after the death of Philip IV and Baltasar Charles II and Maria is betrothed to the dauphin unless something happens to Isabel, Isabel and Jean Gaston, later taking the name Juan III Gaston of Spain on his ascension would give up his Duchy of Orleans in favor of Philippe, Count of Anjou. On 1680, the British throne, led by Charles II, would have two daughters, named Mary(May 10, 1669) and Elizabeth(June 4, 1672), both born by King Charles II to his new wife Claudia Felicitas and arranged marriages for them, it was decided that Mary would marry George Ludwig of Hanover and that Elizabeth herself would have been the second wife for William III of Orange on 1690 as his first wife, Mary is infertile due to repeated miscarriages and has his marriage annulled.
1. The OTL Count of Orleans.
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