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In the Godsgrove of the ancient ruined fortress which since time immemorial is known as Harald's Holdfast, amidst runestones with the deeds of her Imperial Great-great-great-grandfather the High King and surrounded by eerie wisps of early forenoon fog, Guðlaugur Svanlaugsson of the House of Myrka, a Húskarl of the Imperial Thingalid, proudly proclaimed, under the watchful eye of the Imperial Chieftainess of Borgarrike, the birth of the baby girl which was born to the Holy Catalogian Emperor, Arkadius Frederik Gustavus des Vinandy, and Zir Lady Wife, Queen Consort Clara Sundara of Batavia and Amokolia. Elisabeth Asara is the little one's name and she is named after her grandmothers, to wit: Elisabeth van Hollandt and the late Empress of the Natopians, Asara Sisu Dhury of the Houses of Waffel-Paine and Ettlingar Freyu.
Born at the Blanckenhof Palace in ‘s Koningenwaarde, Elisabeth Asara is, as per her parents' marriage contract, to be awarded the title of Princess of Austrasia. The granting of the aforementioned title to the Heir to the Batavian Throne is an age-old tradition.
Owing to her paternal heritage Princess Elisabeth Asara is, in addition, also entitled to bear a wide variety of titles, to wit: Princess of Amokolia, Princess of Ravaria, Princess of Vinandy, Princess of Elwynn, Princess of Uppland, Archduchess of ‘s Koningenwaarde, Duchess of Brandenburg, Duchess of Gascony, Duchess of Levensburg, Llængjarla of Uppland, Marcherjarla of Uppland, Countess of Bourbon, Countess of Dasburgh, Countess of Girond, Countess of Northshire, Countess of Arietta, Countess of the Lady Esther Isles, Baroness of Ammerswoude and by the Loet, Baroness of Bergkirche, Baroness of Heydelberg, Lady of Audinghen, Lady of Paravel, Scion of Saint Harald, Lady of the Holy Lakes. Likewise is she, through her maternal line, entitled to the titles of: Princess of Natopia, Duchess of Hazelwood, Countess of Maconvale, Lady in Jorvik.
The Princess Elisabeth Asara is in written as well as verbal communications addressed as Royal Highness and in all official communications referred to as Her Royal Highness the Princess of Austrasia.
Since Her Royal Highness the Princess of Austrasia is a great-great-granddaughter of the Lady Æsileif Haraldsdóttir of the Houses des Vinandy de Ravarie and Ettlingar Freyu, Queen of Ravaria and Imperial Chieftainess of Borgarrike, immediately after her birth had been proclaimed in the Godsgrove of Harald's Holdfast, a 62-gun salute was fired in the Godsgrove of the Vanadísarhall which is known as Frigga's Grove by the Imperial Koppervatski Corps of the Imperial Thingalid. It is the largest Godsgrove of the Vanadísarhall and covers 130 acres. Frigga's Grove is also the place where in the year 1584 Anno Nortone the wedding of the Storjarla Æsileif Haraldsdóttir of Stormark and King Arkadius III des Vinandy of the Batavians took place. Two 62-gun salutes were simultaneously fired by the Fleur de Lys-Longships Guard in the Godsgroves of Tecklenburg Palace and Aakenie Hall.
As soon as the last shots had been fired, the bells of temples and churches around the Heartland and the Isle of Ravaria began tolling to celebrate the birth of Her Royal Highness the Princess of Austrasia. At the same time numerous vessels in and around Heartland harbours and Ravarian ports sounded their horns in joyful honour of the baby Princess.