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  1. The fourth child of King Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria and Princess Caroline of Baden, Princess Sophie Friederike Dorothea Wilhelmine was born on 27 January 1805 in Nymphenburg Palace, Munich. She was said to be her father’s favorite daughter although she was more attached to her mother, whom she loved dearly.

  2. Sofía de Baviera (en alemán, Sophie von Bayern; Múnich, 27 de enero de 1805 - Viena, 28 de mayo de 1872) fue princesa de Baviera por nacimiento, y por matrimonio archiduquesa de Austria y miembro de la Casa de Habsburgo-Lorena, «el único hombre de la familia», según declaró el canciller Clemente von Metternich.

  3. Princess Sophie of Bavaria was the daughter of King Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria and his second wife Caroline of Baden. The identical twin sister of Queen Maria Anna of Saxony, Sophie became Archduchess of Austria by marriage to Archduke Franz Karl of Austria.

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    Maria Sophie was born on October 4, 1841, at the Possenhofen Castle in Possenhofen, the Kingdom of Bavaria. Her parents were Princess Ludovika of Bavaria and Duke Maximilian Joseph in Bavaria. She was the sixth of ten children and one of the eight that survived to adulthood. She and her siblings enjoyed an unrestricted childhood, shared between Pos...

    With the fall of Gaeta and the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, Marie Sophie and her husband went into exile in Rome, the capital of what for 1,000 years had been the sizeable Papal States, a large piece of central Italy but which, by 1860, had been reduced to the city of Rome, itself, as the armies of Victor Emanuel II came down from the north to join...

    In 1870, Rome fell to the forces of Italy and the King and Queen fled to Bavaria. The king died in 1894. Marie Sophie spent time in Munich, and then moved to Paris where she presided over somewhat of an informal Bourbon court-in-exile. It was rumored she was involved in the anarchist assassination of King Humbert in 1900 in hopes of destabilizing t...

    This item originated as an abridged and edited version of an articlethat appears in an online encyclopedia of Naples and has been inserted here by the author and copyright holder of that article.

    Alio, Jacqueline: Queens of Sicily 1061-1266 (Trinacria: 2018) (ISBN 978-1-943-63914-4), pp 575–593.
    Hamann, Brigitte (1986). The Reluctant Empress: A Biography of Empress Elisabeth of Austria. Knopf. ISBN 0-394-53717-3.
    Küchler, Carl (1910). Queen Maria Sophia of Naples, A Forgotten Heroine (Hardback). Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co.Translated by George P. Upton.
    Kaltenbach, Lorraine (2021). Le secret de la reine soldat: L'extraordinaire soeur de Sissi. éditions du Rocher. ISBN 978-2268104829.
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    Princess Sophie of Bavaria was born in Munich, the eldest of the five daughters of Prince Max, Duke in Bavaria, and Princess Elisabeth, Duchess in Bavaria (née Countess Douglas), as well as a patrilineal great-great-granddaughter of the last King of Bavaria, Ludwig III. She was born in Munich on 28 October 1967 and baptised as Sophie Elizabeth Mari...

    Duchess Sophie in Bavaria met Alois, Hereditary Prince of Liechtenstein at her cousin's birthday party in Munich. The couple married on 3 July 1993 at Cathedral of St. Florin in Vaduz, Liechtenstein. They lived in London from September 1993 until May 1996, and have since then resided in Vaduz, Liechtenstein.They have four children: 1. Prince Joseph...

    At the beginning of 2003, it was made public that Sophie had been diagnosed with a benign brain tumor, from which she has recovered.[citation needed]

    Hereditary Princess Sophie serves as a patron for many organizations and events, often relating to children, education and the arts. She regularly visited social institutions such as hospitals, nursing homes and auctions.The Hereditary Princess often accompanies her husband on foreign visits, as well as many events within Liechtenstein itself. In 2...

    From her birth in 1967, Sophie was styled HRH Princess Sophie of Bavaria. In 1973, her father inherited the family name and style Duke in Bavaria from his great-uncle Duke Ludwig Wilhelm who had adopted him as heir in 1965; Sophie was then styled as HRH Duchess Sophie in Bavaria, Princess of Bavaria. On her marriage in 1993, she became HRH The Here...

  4. Princess Sophie of Bavaria Facts 1. She Was a Spoiled Brat Advertisement Though she’d suffer a cold end, Sophie began life in the warm lap of luxury. In 1805, she came into the world as the daughter of King Maximilian I and Princess Caroline of Baden, who would soon become the rulers of Bavaria.

  5. Sophie Charlotte was born at the Possenhofen Castle, the residence of her paternal family, the Dukes in Bavaria. She was a daughter of Duke Maximilian Joseph in Bavaria and Princess Ludovika of Bavaria. The ninth of ten children born to her parents, she was known as Sopherl within the family.