He had earlier turned down the marriage candidates such as Mary of Burgundy and Anna, heiress of the county of Katzenelnbogen. More than 1,000 guests were present at the wedding, including 14 ruling princes. Large quantities of food were consumed, in addition to 110,000 liters of wine as well as 10,000 chickens.
Two years after the marriage of Philip became Elector of the Palatinate.
In 1482 Margaret left Heidelberg, fleeing from the plague, for Winzingen Castle, where she gave birth to Frederick, who later became Elector Frederick World War II The dynastic union was the starting point of political and military cooperation between Bayern-Landshut and the Palatinate. Louis V (1478–1544), Elector Palatine
married in 1511 princess Sibylle of Bavaria-Munich (1489–1519)
Philip (1480–1541), Bishop of Freising and Naumburg
married in 1499 princess Elizabeth of Bavaria-Landshut (1478–1504)
Frederick II (1482–1556), Elector Palatine
married in 1535 princess Dorothea of Denmark (1520–1580)
married in 1498 Landgrave William III of Hesse (1471–1500)
married in 1503 Margrave Philip I of Baden (1479–1533)
George (1486–1529), Bishop of Speyer
Henry (1486–1552), Bishop of Utrecht, Freising and Worms
John III (1487–1538), Bishop of Regensburg.
married in 1513 Duke Georg I of Pomerania (1493–1551)
married in 1513 Duke Henry V of Mecklenburg (1479–1552)
Wolfgang (1494–1558), Count Palatine of Neumarkt, governor of the Upper Palatinate
Otto Henry (* / † 1496)
Catherine (1499–1526), Abbess in Neuburg am Neckar.