After a bunch of political scheming and clever marriages, I made my wife queen of Aquitaine, making my son the heir to both Valencia and Aquitaine. Then he died.
Then my other son died, leaving my daughter as heir. Due to the marriage, she was a member of my wife's court and I couldn't restrict her marriage, meaning I couldn't break off her (nonmatrilineal) betrothal. Naturally I tried to assassinate her fiance but it failed.
I tried to make more sons but my wife was too old. Now I'm playing as the daughter, and I'm pregnant. The child will be a non-dynastic heir, and a game over for the descendants of The Cid.
How can I survive this? Bonus points if I can still inherit Aquitaine, but I'll take anything that leaves me playing as Valencia.
Some relevant notes:
- My succession is Agnatic-Cognatic Primogeniture. My current heir is my dynastic uncle, until my child is born.
- I haven't ruled very long and have multiple vassals with negative opinion (one in the -60s). Changing succession law is maybe an option, but not an easy one.
- The Pope won't grant me a divorce, despite my husband being excommunicated.
- I have a decent income for bribes, etc., but not endless money.
- Plotting to assassinate my husband isn't working.