1849, Guillot dies from his fall in Tilburg's catholic cathedral. So half-wit son Willem is in line for succession, but refuses until the government convinces him to keep the throne warm at least until his son Wiwil reaches majority. Wiwil is blamed for the accidental death of his brother Maurits, which spoils the relationship with dad, only to worsen when Wiwili finds his true love, Mathilde van Limburg-Stirum, who is rejected by pa.
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William II is portrayed as dying in bed after an accident, with his wife Anna Paulowna being present. In truth, he suffered from health problems and dyspnea; the king died in his chair, being put there by his doctor after panicking due to his illness. Anna Paulowna wasn't present because the doctor feared the emotion would worsen the king's health. See more