She had 6 children together with her husband, they are:
- Marie Sophie, Princess of Hesse (20 October 1767 – 21 March 1852), married on 31 July 1790 to the future King Frederik VI of Denmark
- Wilhelm, Prince of Hesse (15 January 1769 – 14 July 1772)
- Prince Frederik of Hesse (24 May 1771 – 24 February 1845)
- Juliane, Princess of Hesse (19 January 1773 – 11 March 1860), Protestant Abbess of Itzehoe
- Prince Christian of Hesse (14 August 1776 – 14 November 1814)
- Louise Caroline, Princess of Hesse (28 September 1789 – 13 March 1867), married on 28 January 1810 to Wilhelm, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg
Read more about this topic: Princess Louise Of Denmark (1750–1831)
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