|Official portrait, 1881|
|Prince of Swan|
|Tenure||1877 — present|
|Coronation||1 February 1870|
Albert Edward (as Prince of Wales)
|Theodore William Alexander Maurice Charles Oliver Henry|
|House||House of Swan-Orange-Nassau|
|Father||Alexander I of Westralia|
|Mother||Lady Mary Frances Holloway|
|Born|| 23 March 1871 (age 10) |
Stirling Palace, Westralia
|Religion||Church of Australia|
Theodore, Prince of Swan (Theodore William Alexander Maurice Charles Oliver Henry; born 23 March 1871) is the eldest child and heir apparent of Alexander I of Westralia.
Theodore was born as the first grandchild of William III of the Netherlands and Sophie of Württemberg on his father's side, and of Lord Oliver Holloway, 1st Earl Holloway and Lady Frances Holloway, 1st Countess Holloway on his mother's. Thus, Theodore is around one quarter Dutch, one quarter German and one half Anglo-Saxon.
During his childhood, Theodore was extremely popular as he was the first royal child born to the Westralian Royal Family, which excited many people in the country. In his youth he came to be known as "Bonnie", "Little" or "Wee" Prince "Theo".
- 1871 — 1877: His Royal Highness The Prince Theodore
- 1877 — present: His Royal Highness The Prince of Swan
His full title is His Royal Highness Theodore William Alexander Maurice Charles Oliver Henry, Prince of Swan and Heir to the Great Swan Throne of the Westralians.