On the occasion of the marriage Jacob Thysius wrote a special Epithalamium. The dowry was retained until her Wittum (widow"s seat) was negotiated. Christine was described as a learned and pious woman, who being married to a Calvinist prince was forced to renounce her Lutheran faith against her will.
Her union was happy, but remained childless.
Christine was extremely well versed in mathematics, history, astronomy, astrology and Nativitätstellerei. Because of her progressive deafness, in her last years she used an ear trumpet.
Christine died in Eisenach, aged 79. She was buried in the Georgenkirche, Eisenach.
In her will, she left 6,000 guilders for the purpose of scholarship and alleviation of poverty.