23 February 2012
Zumbrota, Aloia

Full name

Eleanor Marina Augusta Victoria

Royal house

House Tordenskjold


Church of Aloia

Crown Princess Marina of Aloia, Princess of Natal, Duchess of Uppsala (Eleanor Marina Augusta Victoria; born 23 February 2012), is an Aloian princess and the elder child and only daughter of Queen Victoria III and Prince Daniel, Duke of Saxony.

Princess Marina is first in the line of succession to the Aloian throne. Princess Marina is the first female in Aloian history to be born with a right to inherit the crown that cannot be superseded by the birth of a male heir, as well as the first person in Aloian history to be born of a female heir apparent.


Like most Aloian royals, Marina's names come from many of her relatives and ancestors. Eleanor comes from the name of her grandmother, Eleanor the Queen Mother. Marina has been the name of many queen consorts. Augusta and Victoria are both derived from Queen Victoria Augusta, one of Aloia's most successful queens. The name Victoria is also the name of Marina's mother and is also the most common female name in Aloia. Augusta is the fourth most common female name.

For the first few years of her life, the Crown Princess was called Eleanor, but in 2017 the royal family announced their desire for her common name to be Marina, rather than Eleanor. Marina had been used by the royals, rather than Eleanor, for years when speaking to her personally.

The title most commonly used by Marina is Princess of Natal, a title always held by the monarch's heir apparent, ever since Queen Victoria Augusta gave the title to her son and heir on the occasion of Natal's statehood.