In 1797 she was involved in the murder of king Agonglo and she was buried alive.
Elected as successor of Eleonora Maria von Manderscheid as the fifth and last consecutive sovereign of that Family in the Reichstift Elten (Chapter of the Realm).
1742 she banned excessive funerals and weddings and the following year she banned private schools.
She faced a Portuguese invasion in 1744, one of their largest military operations in the eighteenth century.
In the course of their attack, Matamba's army inflicted a serious defeat on the Portuguese, but in spite of this, a remnant of the army managed to reach the capital of Matamba.
She loved dancing, skating and horse riding, supervised the education of her children and planned internal reforms for her countries.