- May 2014
King had even more of a duty to procreate and provide an heir. Birth of Louis XIV was considered a miracle, for example. That is why he was called ,, Louis Dieudonne '' (Louis the God-given ) as a child.
Frederick the Great was gay and was a King and yet he never reproduced--thus causing the Prussian throne to fall into the hands of his nephew (younger brother's son) after his death.