(CNN)Here’s a look at the life of the first female chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel.

PersonalBirth date: July 17, 1954Birth place: Hamburg, GermanyBirth name: Angela Dorothea KasnerRead MoreFather: Horst Kasner, a Lutheran minister Mother: Herlind Kasner, an English teacherMarriages: Joachim Sauer (1998-present); Ulrich Merkel (1977-1982, divorced) Education: University of Leipzig, B.S., 1978; German Academy of Sciences, Ph.D, 1986Religion: LutheranOther FactsFormer Chancellor Helmut Kohl sometimes referred to her as “the girl.”She is a trained physicist.Timeline1978-1990 – Research associate at Zentralinstitut für Physikalische Chemie in Berlin. 1990 – Becomes press officer for Demokratischer Aufbruch (DA or Democratic Awakening). December 1990 – Is elected to the German Bundestag.1991 – Is named minister of Women and Young People by Chancellor Kohl and becomes deputy chairperson of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU).1994 – Minister of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety.1998 – General secretary of the CDU.April 10, 2000 – Becomes the first female chairperson of the CDU.October 10, 2005 – Strikes a deal with Gerhard Schroeder’s Social Democrats that will make her the first female chancellor of Germany.November 22, 2005 – Is sworn in as the first female chancellor of Germany.January 13 and 16, 2006 – Meets US President George W. Bush at the White House and Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin.April 30, 2008 – Receives the Charlemagne Prize, the “Citizens’ Prize for Services to European Unity.”June 26, 2009 – Makes first visit to the United States under President Barack Obama’s administration. September 27, 2009 – Is reelected chancellor of Germany.February 15, 2011 – Receives the Presidential Medal of Freedom from Obama.June 17, 2011 – Meets with French President Nicolas Sarkozy to discuss a potential Greek bailout plan.December 5, 2011 – Meets with Sarkozy to announce their proposed plan to impose fiscal discipline on members of the European Union.September 22, 2013 – Is reelected chancellor of Germany.October 25, 2013 – In the wake of reports that the US National Security Agency eavesdropped on her cell phone, an angry Merkel says, “true change is necessary,” and “spying among friends is never acceptable.”December 17, 2013 – Is sworn in for a third term as chancellor of Germany.June 12, 2015 – Germany’s Federal Prosecutor’s Office says it has dropped a probe into allegations by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden that the National Security Agency had bugged her phone. The office states there was insufficient evidence to launch a successful prosecution.December 9, 2015 – Is named Person of the Year by Time magazine.March 17, 2017 – Makes first visit to the United States under President Donald Trump’s administration.September 24, 2017 – Merkel wins a fourth term as German Chancellor, but her party’s lead in parliament is cut to 33.5%, and the country faces a surge in support for the far right. The hard-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) becomes the third-largest group in the national parliament.March 4, 2018 – The Social Democratic Party votes to renew a government coalition with Merkel’s Christian Democrats, paving the way for her fourth term as chancellor and ending the almost half-year of political deadlock and painful negotiations. April 27, 2018 – Makes her second state visit to the US since Trump has been in office. October 29, 2018 – Announces she will not seek reelection when her term expires in 2021. That’s after both her party and the Social Democrats suffered heavy losses in state elections in Hesse a day earlier, and after the Christian Social Union, or CSU — the Bavarian sister party to the CDU — lost its majority in the Bavarian state parliament on October 14.June-July 2019 – Merkel is seen shaking in public three times in less than a month. “I am working through some things…which do not seem to be over yet, but there is progress and I have to live with it for a while,” Merkel reveals, adding, “But I am very well and one does not have to worry.”March 18, 2020 – In a rare televised message, Merkel tells the German people that the coronavirus pandemic is the nation’s gravest crisis since World War II. German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks to delegates of her political party, the Christian Democratic Union, in February 2018.German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks to delegates of her political party, the Christian Democratic Union, in February 2018. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks to delegates of her political party, the Christian Democratic Union, in February 2018.Hide Caption 1 of 39Merkel was born in Hamburg, West Germany, in 1954, but she grew up in East Germany. Her father, Horst Kasner, was a Lutheran minister and her mother, Herlind, was an English teacher.Merkel was born in Hamburg, West Germany, in 1954, but she grew up in East Germany. Her father, Horst Kasner, was a Lutheran minister and her mother, Herlind, was an English teacher. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel was born in Hamburg, West Germany, in 1954, but she grew up in East Germany. Her father, Horst Kasner, was a Lutheran minister and her mother, Herlind, was an English teacher.Hide Caption 2 of 39Merkel, left, attends a New Year's Eve party with friends in Berlin in 1972. In 1977, at the age of 23, she married her first husband, Ulrich Merkel. They divorced in 1982, but she kept the name.Merkel, left, attends a New Year's Eve party with friends in Berlin in 1972. In 1977, at the age of 23, she married her first husband, Ulrich Merkel. They divorced in 1982, but she kept the name. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel, left, attends a New Year’s Eve party with friends in Berlin in 1972. In 1977, at the age of 23, she married her first husband, Ulrich Merkel. They divorced in 1982, but she kept the name.Hide Caption 3 of 39Merkel poses with her siblings, Marcus and Irene Kasner.Merkel poses with her siblings, Marcus and Irene Kasner. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel poses with her siblings, Marcus and Irene Kasner.Hide Caption 4 of 39Merkel visits a children's home during her campaign to become a member of the Bundestag, Germany's parliament, in 1990. Before turning to politics, Merkel had trained as a physician. She was also a spokeswoman for the "Democratic Awakening," East Germany's opposition movement before reunification.Merkel visits a children's home during her campaign to become a member of the Bundestag, Germany's parliament, in 1990. Before turning to politics, Merkel had trained as a physician. She was also a spokeswoman for the "Democratic Awakening," East Germany's opposition movement before reunification. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel visits a children’s home during her campaign to become a member of the Bundestag, Germany’s parliament, in 1990. Before turning to politics, Merkel had trained as a physician. She was also a spokeswoman for the “Democratic Awakening,” East Germany’s opposition movement before reunification.Hide Caption 5 of 39A month after being elected to the Bundestag, Merkel was appointed to Germany's Cabinet in January 1991. Chancellor Helmut Kohl named her Minister for Women and Youth.A month after being elected to the Bundestag, Merkel was appointed to Germany's Cabinet in January 1991. Chancellor Helmut Kohl named her Minister for Women and Youth. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelA month after being elected to the Bundestag, Merkel was appointed to Germany’s Cabinet in January 1991. Chancellor Helmut Kohl named her Minister for Women and Youth.Hide Caption 6 of 39Merkel looks at Kohl during a conference of the Christian Democratic Union, their political party, in 1991. At the time, Merkel was a deputy chairwoman for the party.Merkel looks at Kohl during a conference of the Christian Democratic Union, their political party, in 1991. At the time, Merkel was a deputy chairwoman for the party. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel looks at Kohl during a conference of the Christian Democratic Union, their political party, in 1991. At the time, Merkel was a deputy chairwoman for the party.Hide Caption 7 of 39Merkel changed Cabinet positions in 1994, becoming Minister of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety. Here, she visits a water-control station in Bad Honnef, Germany, in 1995.Merkel changed Cabinet positions in 1994, becoming Minister of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety. Here, she visits a water-control station in Bad Honnef, Germany, in 1995. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel changed Cabinet positions in 1994, becoming Minister of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety. Here, she visits a water-control station in Bad Honnef, Germany, in 1995.Hide Caption 8 of 39Merkel, as the country's leader on environmental issues, irons wrapping paper to show how it can be recycled.Merkel, as the country's leader on environmental issues, irons wrapping paper to show how it can be recycled. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel, as the country’s leader on environmental issues, irons wrapping paper to show how it can be recycled.Hide Caption 9 of 39Merkel and Health Minister Horst Seehofer attend a Cabinet meeting in 1995.Merkel and Health Minister Horst Seehofer attend a Cabinet meeting in 1995. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel and Health Minister Horst Seehofer attend a Cabinet meeting in 1995.Hide Caption 10 of 39Merkel sits in a "strandkorb," or beach basket, in an undated photo. In 2000, Merkel became the Christian Democratic Union's first female chairperson. It was the opposition party at the time.Merkel sits in a "strandkorb," or beach basket, in an undated photo. In 2000, Merkel became the Christian Democratic Union's first female chairperson. It was the opposition party at the time. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel sits in a “strandkorb,” or beach basket, in an undated photo. In 2000, Merkel became the Christian Democratic Union’s first female chairperson. It was the opposition party at the time.Hide Caption 11 of 39Merkel, left, attends the opening of the Wagner Festival, an annual music festival in Bayreuth, Germany, in 2001.Merkel, left, attends the opening of the Wagner Festival, an annual music festival in Bayreuth, Germany, in 2001. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel, left, attends the opening of the Wagner Festival, an annual music festival in Bayreuth, Germany, in 2001.Hide Caption 12 of 39Merkel spends part of her summer in Langballig, Germany, in 2002.Merkel spends part of her summer in Langballig, Germany, in 2002. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel spends part of her summer in Langballig, Germany, in 2002.Hide Caption 13 of 39Merkel meets Russian President Vladimir Putin in 2002, one of many meetings they would have over the years. Merkel speaks Russian fluently, while Putin speaks German.Merkel meets Russian President Vladimir Putin in 2002, one of many meetings they would have over the years. Merkel speaks Russian fluently, while Putin speaks German. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel meets Russian President Vladimir Putin in 2002, one of many meetings they would have over the years. Merkel speaks Russian fluently, while Putin speaks German.Hide Caption 14 of 39Merkel speaks in Nuremberg, Germany, ahead of federal elections in 2005.Merkel speaks in Nuremberg, Germany, ahead of federal elections in 2005. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel speaks in Nuremberg, Germany, ahead of federal elections in 2005.Hide Caption 15 of 39Merkel is sworn in as Germany's first female chancellor in November 2005.Merkel is sworn in as Germany's first female chancellor in November 2005. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel is sworn in as Germany’s first female chancellor in November 2005.Hide Caption 16 of 39Merkel visits the White House in January 2006. A few days later she also visited the Kremlin in Russia.Merkel visits the White House in January 2006. A few days later she also visited the Kremlin in Russia. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel visits the White House in January 2006. A few days later she also visited the Kremlin in Russia.Hide Caption 17 of 39US President George W. Bush shows off a barrel of pickled herrings he was presented after arriving in Stralsund, Germany, in July 2006.US President George W. Bush shows off a barrel of pickled herrings he was presented after arriving in Stralsund, Germany, in July 2006. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelUS President George W. Bush shows off a barrel of pickled herrings he was presented after arriving in Stralsund, Germany, in July 2006.Hide Caption 18 of 39Merkel visits troops stationed in Turkey in February 2013. Later that year she was re-elected for a third term.Merkel visits troops stationed in Turkey in February 2013. Later that year she was re-elected for a third term. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel visits troops stationed in Turkey in February 2013. Later that year she was re-elected for a third term.Hide Caption 19 of 39Merkel and her husband, Joachim Sauer, walk with US President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama before a dinner in Berlin in June 2013. Merkel and Sauer have been married since 1998.Merkel and her husband, Joachim Sauer, walk with US President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama before a dinner in Berlin in June 2013. Merkel and Sauer have been married since 1998. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel and her husband, Joachim Sauer, walk with US President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama before a dinner in Berlin in June 2013. Merkel and Sauer have been married since 1998.Hide Caption 20 of 39Merkel speaks to Obama on the sidelines of a G7 summit near Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, in June 2015.Merkel speaks to Obama on the sidelines of a G7 summit near Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, in June 2015. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel speaks to Obama on the sidelines of a G7 summit near Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, in June 2015.Hide Caption 21 of 39Merkel was named Time magazine's Person of the Year in 2015. Time Editor-at-Large Karl Vick described her as "the de factos leader of the European Union" by virtue of being leader of the EU's largest and most economically powerful member state. Twice that year, he said, the EU had faced "existential crises" that Merkel had taken the lead in navigating -- first the Greek debt crisis faced by the eurozone, and then the ongoing migrant crisis.Merkel was named Time magazine's Person of the Year in 2015. Time Editor-at-Large Karl Vick described her as "the de factos leader of the European Union" by virtue of being leader of the EU's largest and most economically powerful member state. Twice that year, he said, the EU had faced "existential crises" that Merkel had taken the lead in navigating -- first the Greek debt crisis faced by the eurozone, and then the ongoing migrant crisis. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel was named Time magazine’s Person of the Year in 2015. Time Editor-at-Large Karl Vick described her as “the de factos leader of the European Union” by virtue of being leader of the EU’s largest and most economically powerful member state. Twice that year, he said, the EU had faced “existential crises” that Merkel had taken the lead in navigating — first the Greek debt crisis faced by the eurozone, and then the ongoing migrant crisis.Hide Caption 22 of 39Merkel and Obama test a virtual-reality headset at a trade fair in Hanover, Germany, in April 2016.Merkel and Obama test a virtual-reality headset at a trade fair in Hanover, Germany, in April 2016. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel and Obama test a virtual-reality headset at a trade fair in Hanover, Germany, in April 2016.Hide Caption 23 of 39Merkel and US President Donald Trump hold a joint news conference at the White House in March 2017.Merkel and US President Donald Trump hold a joint news conference at the White House in March 2017. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel and US President Donald Trump hold a joint news conference at the White House in March 2017.Hide Caption 24 of 39Merkel raises her glass during a toast at the Trudering Festival in Munich, Germany, in May 2017.Merkel raises her glass during a toast at the Trudering Festival in Munich, Germany, in May 2017. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel raises her glass during a toast at the Trudering Festival in Munich, Germany, in May 2017.Hide Caption 25 of 39Merkel records her annual televised New Year's address in December 2017.Merkel records her annual televised New Year's address in December 2017. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel records her annual televised New Year’s address in December 2017.Hide Caption 26 of 39In this photo provided by the German Government Press Office, Merkel talks with Trump as they are surrounded by other leaders at the G7 summit in June 2018. According to two senior diplomatic sources, <a href="https://www.cnn.com/2018/06/11/politics/g7-photo/index.html" target="_blank">the photo was taken</a> when there was a difficult conversation taking place regarding the G7's communique and several issues the United States had leading up to it.In this photo provided by the German Government Press Office, Merkel talks with Trump as they are surrounded by other leaders at the G7 summit in June 2018. According to two senior diplomatic sources, <a href="https://www.cnn.com/2018/06/11/politics/g7-photo/index.html" target="_blank">the photo was taken</a> when there was a difficult conversation taking place regarding the G7's communique and several issues the United States had leading up to it. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelIn this photo provided by the German Government Press Office, Merkel talks with Trump as they are surrounded by other leaders at the G7 summit in June 2018. According to two senior diplomatic sources, the photo was taken when there was a difficult conversation taking place regarding the G7’s communique and several issues the United States had leading up to it.Hide Caption 27 of 39Merkel attends a Bundestag session in June 2018. She pressed lawmakers <a href="https://www.cnn.com/2018/06/28/europe/eu-summit-migration-merkel-intl/index.html" target="_blank">to back a tough but humane asylum and migration policy</a> for the European Union.Merkel attends a Bundestag session in June 2018. She pressed lawmakers <a href="https://www.cnn.com/2018/06/28/europe/eu-summit-migration-merkel-intl/index.html" target="_blank">to back a tough but humane asylum and migration policy</a> for the European Union. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel attends a Bundestag session in June 2018. She pressed lawmakers to back a tough but humane asylum and migration policy for the European Union.Hide Caption 28 of 39In this handout photo provided by the German Government Press Office in July 2018, Merkel meets a newborn calf during a visit to the Trede family dairy farm in Nienborstel, Germany.In this handout photo provided by the German Government Press Office in July 2018, Merkel meets a newborn calf during a visit to the Trede family dairy farm in Nienborstel, Germany. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelIn this handout photo provided by the German Government Press Office in July 2018, Merkel meets a newborn calf during a visit to the Trede family dairy farm in Nienborstel, Germany.Hide Caption 29 of 39Merkel offers flowers to Volker Bouffier, the state premier of Hesse and the deputy chairman of the Christian Democratic Union, ahead of a party leadership meeting in October 2018. The day before, her coalition government suffered heavy losses in a key regional election in Hesse.Merkel offers flowers to Volker Bouffier, the state premier of Hesse and the deputy chairman of the Christian Democratic Union, ahead of a party leadership meeting in October 2018. The day before, her coalition government suffered heavy losses in a key regional election in Hesse. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel offers flowers to Volker Bouffier, the state premier of Hesse and the deputy chairman of the Christian Democratic Union, ahead of a party leadership meeting in October 2018. The day before, her coalition government suffered heavy losses in a key regional election in Hesse.Hide Caption 30 of 39Merkel speaks at a debate on the future of Europe during a plenary session at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, in November 2018. Merkel made a call for a future European army and for a European Security Council that would centralize defense and security policy on the continent.Merkel speaks at a debate on the future of Europe during a plenary session at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, in November 2018. Merkel made a call for a future European army and for a European Security Council that would centralize defense and security policy on the continent. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel speaks at a debate on the future of Europe during a plenary session at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, in November 2018. Merkel made a call for a future European army and for a European Security Council that would centralize defense and security policy on the continent.Hide Caption 31 of 39Merkel touches the scepter of a Carnival prince during the annual Carnival reception in Berlin in February 2019.Merkel touches the scepter of a Carnival prince during the annual Carnival reception in Berlin in February 2019. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel touches the scepter of a Carnival prince during the annual Carnival reception in Berlin in February 2019.Hide Caption 32 of 39Merkel poses for photos with students as she visits a secondary school in Berlin in April 2019.Merkel poses for photos with students as she visits a secondary school in Berlin in April 2019. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel poses for photos with students as she visits a secondary school in Berlin in April 2019.Hide Caption 33 of 39Merkel talks with European Council President Donald Tusk and British Prime Minister Theresa May at a roundtable meeting in Brussels, Belgium, in April 2019. May was in Brussels to formally present her case for a short Brexit delay.Merkel talks with European Council President Donald Tusk and British Prime Minister Theresa May at a roundtable meeting in Brussels, Belgium, in April 2019. May was in Brussels to formally present her case for a short Brexit delay. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel talks with European Council President Donald Tusk and British Prime Minister Theresa May at a roundtable meeting in Brussels, Belgium, in April 2019. May was in Brussels to formally present her case for a short Brexit delay.Hide Caption 34 of 39Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, accompanied by Prime Minister Theresa May, greets Merkel in Portsmouth, England, in June 2019. It was ahead of an event marking the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion.Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, accompanied by Prime Minister Theresa May, greets Merkel in Portsmouth, England, in June 2019. It was ahead of an event marking the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelBritain’s Queen Elizabeth II, accompanied by Prime Minister Theresa May, greets Merkel in Portsmouth, England, in June 2019. It was ahead of an event marking the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion.Hide Caption 35 of 39Merkel and new Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky inspect a military honor guard as he arrives for his first official visit to Germany in June 2019. Merkel <a href="https://edition.cnn.com/2019/06/18/europe/merkel-shaking-ceremony-intl-scli/index.html" target="_blank">was seen shaking</a> during the ceremony, but she later suggested dehydration was to blame and said that she was doing "very well."Merkel and new Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky inspect a military honor guard as he arrives for his first official visit to Germany in June 2019. Merkel <a href="https://edition.cnn.com/2019/06/18/europe/merkel-shaking-ceremony-intl-scli/index.html" target="_blank">was seen shaking</a> during the ceremony, but she later suggested dehydration was to blame and said that she was doing "very well." Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelMerkel and new Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky inspect a military honor guard as he arrives for his first official visit to Germany in June 2019. Merkel was seen shaking during the ceremony, but she later suggested dehydration was to blame and said that she was doing “very well.”Hide Caption 36 of 39The hands of Merkel and Finnish Prime Minister Antti Rinne are seen as they listen to national anthems in Berlin in July 2019. Merkel's body <a href="https://edition.cnn.com/2019/07/10/europe/angela-merkel-shaking-third-time-grm-intl/index.html" target="_blank">visibly shook again,</a> raising concerns over her health. She said she was fine and that she has been "working through some things" since she was first seen shaking in June.The hands of Merkel and Finnish Prime Minister Antti Rinne are seen as they listen to national anthems in Berlin in July 2019. Merkel's body <a href="https://edition.cnn.com/2019/07/10/europe/angela-merkel-shaking-third-time-grm-intl/index.html" target="_blank">visibly shook again,</a> raising concerns over her health. She said she was fine and that she has been "working through some things" since she was first seen shaking in June. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelThe hands of Merkel and Finnish Prime Minister Antti Rinne are seen as they listen to national anthems in Berlin in July 2019. Merkel’s body visibly shook again, raising concerns over her health. She said she was fine and that she has been “working through some things” since she was first seen shaking in June.Hide Caption 37 of 39Rain drops cover the window of a car as Merkel arrives for the opening of the James-Simon-Galerie in Berlin, in July 2019. The James-Simon-Galerie is the new central entrance building for Berlin's historic Museums Island.Rain drops cover the window of a car as Merkel arrives for the opening of the James-Simon-Galerie in Berlin, in July 2019. The James-Simon-Galerie is the new central entrance building for Berlin's historic Museums Island. Photos: In photos: The life and career of Angela MerkelRain drops cover the window of a car as Merkel arrives for the opening of the James-Simon-Galerie in Berlin, in July 2019. The James-Simon-Galerie is the new central entrance building for Berlin’s historic Museums Island.Hide Caption 38 of 39In a rare televised message, Merkel tells the German people that the coronavirus pandemic is the nation's gravest crisis since World War II.In a rare televised message, Merkel tells the German people that the coronavirus pandemic is the nation's gravest crisis since World War II. 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