(L. E. Neuman inner)
The daughter of Prince Charles Louis Frederick of Mecklenburg-Strelitz and Princess Frederica Caroline Louise of Hesse-Darmstadt...Augusta Wilhelmina Louise was destined to become Queen of Prussia.
Just after her 17th birthday, Louise and her sister, Frederica, were introduced to King Frederick William II, who was looking for wives for his two sons. To make a long story shorter, Louise married the older son (who happened to be the Crown Prince of Prussia) and her younger sister married the younger brother. Frederick William III (Louise's husband) became King of Prussia 4 years later.
(G. Merz & Son outer)
Ok, here is the part about the scarf:
Queen Louise was considered one of the great beauties of her time. Portrait painter Madame Vigee Le Brun itemized Louise's features: "her eyes, her hair, her arms, the proportions of her body...all perfect". Many said the effect she produced was due less to symmetry than to the conscious effort she made to reach out and touch the hearts of her audience. Even her worst enemy, Napoleon, would refer to Louise as "his beautiful enemy" (that didn't stop Napy from defeating the Prussians).
Thanks Judy for your persistence in wanting to find out whom the 'Scarf Lady' was...