Crown Prince Stephen of Førvania

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His Royal Highness
Prince Stephen
Duke of the Central Allambi Territory DMP

In office
June 27, 2015 – February 2016
Serving with Crown Princess Jean of Førvania
Monarch Emperor Nicholai I of Førvania
Prime Minister Various (see list)
Preceded by Crown Prince Nicholas of Førvania
Succeeded by Crown Prince Jericho of Førvania

Incumbent
Assumed office 
June 27, 2015
Serving with Duchess Jean of the Central Allambi Territory
Monarch Emperor Nicholai I of Førvania
Prime Minister Various
Preceded by Inaugural

In office
June 27, 2015 – October 11, 2015
Monarch Emperor Nicholai I of Førvania
Prime Minister Various
Preceded by Inaugural
Succeeded by Sir Cameron, MP

Born 23 February, 1947 (age 69)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Citizenship Australian, Førvanian
Nationality Australian
Spouse(s) Crown Princess Jean of Førvania
Children 3
Occupation Accountant
Military service
Allegiance Australian Army
Service/branch April 1968-April 1970

Prince Stephen of Førvania (Stephen Vincent, born 23 February 1947), formerly Crown Prince Stephen, is the second in line to the throne of the Empire of Førvania, with his wife, Princess Jean. Stephen is the Duke of the Central Allambi Territory and has held a role in Førvanian politics, serving as the member of Parliament for the Territory in 2015.

Stephen was born in 1947 in Melbourne, Australia, and grew up in the Wimmera region in north Victoria. He married Jean in 1970, and moved to near the current location of the Central Allambi Territory in 1979. He became a grandfather for the first time in 2002 with the birth of Nicholai.

In June 2015, Nicholai, as the emperor of the young nation of Førvania, asked Stephen if he could claim some land at their property, which was quite large. He said yes, and became the Duke and member of Parliament of the newly-formed state of the Central Allambi Territory. In October, he lost the title of MP to Sir Cameron, but did so willingly, having voted against himself. He still serves as the deputy MP.

In February 2016, with new legislation introduced, he is no longer the Crown Prince, but is instead holding the role until his grandson Jericho turns 12 in 2018. He still takes an active interest in the nation.

Titles and styles

  • February 23 1947-June 27 2015: Stephen Fredriksson
  • June 27 2015-October 14 2015: Crown Prince Sir Stephen of Førvania MP
  • October 14 2015-November 2015: Crown Prince Sir Stephen of Førvania
  • November 2015-February 2016: Crown Prince Sir Stephen of Førvania DMP
  • February 2016-: HRH Prince Stephen of Førvania DMP

Full title

His Royal Highness, Prince Stephen of Førvania, Duke of the Central Allambi Territory DMP