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Very little is known about Anna’s childhood. During her early childhood, she, as well as her siblings in the royal nursery, were primarily under the care of her mother the queen’s trusted nurse, Brigitta Lars Anderssons, her mothers cousin lady Margareta and the noble widow Ingrid Amundsdotter. In 1556, she and her sisters were given a dowry of 100. 000 daler, had their portraits painted and their personal qualities described in Latin by the court poet Henricus Mollerus, and introduced on the Dynastic European marriage market. Several dynastic marriages where suggested from that point on. Anna and George John I remained in Sweden for some time after the wedding to gather her great dowry.

In 1563, the three princesses Cecilia, Anna and Sophia had sent a letter of protest to their brother king Eric XIV regarding his imprisonment of their brother John, something he had a very negative reaction to. The marriage is described as a happy one, and Anna reportedly acted as the adviser of George John, trying to use her influence to restrain his many adventurous and expensive projects. During the journey of her brother Charles in Germany in 1577, he was suspected by their brother John III to conspiring against him, and Anna acted as a mediator. George John used Anna’s great fortune to finance an expensive court life and ruinous speculations, and accumulated debts which ruined her fortune and the economy of the state, often by taking loans to pay other loans. Anna was often assigned by George John to act as mediator in his business affairs: in 1588, she was given the task by him to persuade Charles III, Duke of Lorraine to prolong his chance to buy back the city of Pfalzburg, which he had previously sold to Lorraine with the right to buy it back, so that he might have the time to loan money to buy it back in time.

Upon the death of George John in April 1592, the state was bankrupt and the interests of her late husband’s debts was greater than the entire state income: he left a debt of 300. 000 florines, and she spent the rest of her life trying to repay it. In order to solve the inheritance dispute between her son about the lands of the state, Anna acted as mediator, and administered the undivided territories as effective regent for six years from 1592 until the dispute could finally be solved, and the lands peacefully divided between the sons. In order to solve the debt problems, Anna dissolved the court and lived in the household of her brothers-in-law until she could afford to have her own household again: she also entered negotiations with her brother Charles IX and queen dowager Gunilla Bielke in order to be given the Swedish funds which she managed to have John III promise to send her before his death. Anna did not managed to convince her brother Charles IX to participate in her regency, but she cooperated very well with her co-regents, Ernst Philip of Baden and her brothers-in-law Rickard of Simmern and Louis of Württemberg, and successfully managed to solve the problems her regency faced. She spent her retirement after regency on her dower residence in Lauterecken and Remigiusberg. In her will, she donated a large sum with an income to be divided among the poor annually.