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'''Anna Maria Pruvia''' (''20th of Sun’s Smile, 1729 - present'') is the eldest child and daughter of [[John-Henry of Pruvia|John-Henry, Prince of Pruvia]] and [[Margarita of Marna|Margarita of Marna]], the heiress to the House of Pruvia and the House of Marna by way of her parentage. Raised in the both the lands of Marna and Khalestine in Aeldin during her youth, Anna was given an astounding education by private tutors indebted to her late grandfather, [[Joseph I, Holy Orenian Emperor|Joseph of Marna]]. This paved the way for her introduction to the Imperial court of Helena, where she was quickly made the ward and protegee of the Emperor's wife, [[Lorena of Augustin]].
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In 1741, following the tradition of election within the House of Pruvia, Anna Maria was made heir to her father officially. She was afforded the titular title of ''Duchess of Dorhay''.

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Anna, Duchess of Dorhay
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Duchess of Dorhay
Tenure: 1741 - present
Predecessor: Charles Preussens
Born: 20th of Sun’s Smile, 1729
Spouse: Unwed
House: House of Pruvia
Father: John-Henry, Prince of Pruvia
Mother: Margarita, Princess of Bastion

Anna Maria Pruvia (20th of Sun’s Smile, 1729 - present) is the eldest child and daughter of John-Henry, Prince of Pruvia and Margarita of Marna, the heiress to the House of Pruvia and the House of Marna by way of her parentage. Raised in the both the lands of Marna and Khalestine in Aeldin during her youth, Anna was given an astounding education by private tutors indebted to her late grandfather, Joseph of Marna. This paved the way for her introduction to the Imperial court of Helena, where she was quickly made the ward and protegee of the Emperor's wife, Lorena of Augustin.

In 1741, following the tradition of election within the House of Pruvia, Anna Maria was made heir to her father officially. She was afforded the titular title of Duchess of Dorhay.