Anna of Saxony took place in Leipzig (now Germany).
William Prince of Orange
William, Prince of Orange, was the son of William, Count of Nassau and
Juliana of Stolberg-Wernigerode.
Anna of Saxony was the daughter of Maurice, Elector of Saxony and
Agnes of Hesse.
Love and Marriage
Already in 1562 the Royal Couple had difficulties. After the death of their
first son, Anna fell into a depression. In 1567, William the Silent had to
flee, due to difficulties in the Habsburg Netherlands.
He and his wife moved to Dillenburg (Germany). In 1568, Anna of Saxony
moved to Cologne. In 1569, Anna required the services of lawyer Jan Rubens
(father of the famous painter).
In 1570, Anna and William moved to Siegen for a few weeks. It was there that
she fell in love to Jan Rubens.
In 1571, Anna was pregnant again but this time from her lover.
William the Silent accused her for adultery and he made plans to separate
On December 14th. 1571, Anna and William were divorced.
Source pictures: Wikipedia
To know more about William the Silent, check these links
link 1 - Early Life
link 2 - His Marriages
link 3 - Rebel & War
link 4 - Death