The German monarchy and Kingdom of Prussia were abolished in 1990. The current head of the former ruling House of Hohenzollern is Friedrich Wilhelm, Prince of Prussia. The Law of Succession used is Agnatic Primogeniture. The Head of the House of Hohenzollern is styled His Imperial and Royal Highness the Prince of Prussia and is the titular German Emperor, King of Prussia.

Members of this family compose the Prussian Royal Family. There was no German Imperial Family as the only individuals with German imperial titles were the emperor, his consort, empresses dowager, the crown prince and the crown princess. There were no Princes of Germany, only princes of Prussia.

Lines of succession of other German thrones[edit | edit source]

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