The United Kingdom of Great Britain, Ireland, and Denmark, commonly called the UK, was established on January 29, AD 1906 after the death of Christian IX of Denmark. His death allowed his daughter, Alexandra of Denmark (who was already the Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland), to become the Queen of Denmark as well.
This allowed the Treaty of Union of 1901 to be ratified, and simultaneously approved the Act of Union of 1906, which made the United Kingdom of Great Britain, Ireland, and Denmark.
This is possible because King Christian IX's son, Frederick, was killed during the Second Schleswig War, his other son George was killed by a fever when he was 12, and his final son Valdemar was inflicted with chronic depression and took his own life when he was 17.
These horrible events allowed his oldest daughter to be the rightful heir to the Danish Throne, and thus uniting the two countries, and, after the birth of her son George, uniting the two houses in the Royal House of Windsor-Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg.
The UKGBID has several Parliaments operating throughout its realms to govern the various regions of the nation.
- England: Parliament of England, bicameral, House of Lords (upper), House of Commons (lower)
- Scotland: Scottish Parliament, unicameral
- Denmark: Folketing, unicameral
- Ireland: Parliament of the Kingdom of Ireland, bicameral, House of Lords (upper), House of Commons (lower)
- Iceland: Alþingi, unicameral
- Isle of Man: Tynwald, bicameral, Legislative Council (upper), House of Keys (lower)
- Wales: National Assembly for Wales, unicameral