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  1. Catherine Henriette de Bourbon (11 November 1596 – 20 June 1663) was an illegitimate daughter of King Henry IV of France and his long-term maîtresse en titre Gabrielle d'Estrées. She was declared legitimate on 17 November 1596 at the Abbey of St. Ouen in Rouen and married into the Princely House of Guise .

  2. Catherine-Henriette de Bourbon, née le 14 novembre 1596 et morte le 20 juin 1663, est une fille légitimée du roi de France Henri IV et de sa maîtresse Gabrielle d'Estrées. Par son mariage, elle entra dans la maison princière de Guise .

  3. Catherine Henriette de Bourbon Early years Born on 26 March 1596 in Rouen, France, she was baptised on 14 November 1596. At her birth, Queen Elizabeth I of England sent a special ambassador who also proposed a new treaty between the two nations. Then, surprising everyone, Spain attacked Amiens.

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    Catherine was born on 7 February 1559 to Jeanne d'Albret, Queen of Navarre and her co-ruler, Antoine of Bourbon. She was named after her godmother, the French queen Catherine de' Medici. Jeanne converted to Calvinism a year after Catherine's birth and declared it the official religion of the Kingdom of Navarre. Antoine, conversely, remained a Catho...

    Catherine's brother, successor of Queen Joan III, was generally absent from the principality. After his escape from captivity in 1576, he entrusted Catherine with the government of Béarn. She served almost continuously as regent until 1596, where among her other responsibilities, she, a staunch Protestant, hosted Antonio Perez, a famous Spanish Cat...

    As part of the treaty of Saint-Germain-en-Laye between Henry IV and Charles III, Duke of Lorraine, it was agreed that Catherine should marry Charles' elder son, Henry (1563–1624). The marriage agreement was signed on 13 July 1598. However, Catherine was a confirmed Calvinist, who refused to convert to Roman Catholicism, whilst her husband was a dev...

    Roelker, Nancy Lyman (1968). Queen of Navarre, Jeanne d'Albret, 1528-1572. Harvard University Press.

    Grintchenko, Marie-Hélène (2009). Catherine de Bourbon, 1559-1604: Influence politique, religieuse et culturelle d'une princesse calviniste. ISBN 9782745318664.
    Armaillé, Marie Célestine Amélie d' (1865). Catherine de Bourbon, soeur de Henri IV: soeur de Henri IV, 1559-1604(in French). Didier et cie – via Internet archive.
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    Plans were discussed for Catherine Henriette tae mairy Henri de Bourbon, Prince o Condébut the union niver took place. Catherine Henriette mairit Charles o Lorraine, Duke o Elbeuf, a member o the Hoose o Guise, itself a cadet branch o the Hoose o Lorraine. They would mairy on 20 Juin 1619 at the Palais du Louvre.

    14 November 1596 – 18 Januar 1619 Mademoiselle de Vendôme.
    19 Januar 1619 – 5 November 1657The Duchess o Elbeuf
    5 November 1657 – 20 Juin 1663The Dowager Duchess o Elbeuf.
    • 20 Juin 1663 (aged 67), Hôtel d'Elboeuf, Paris, Fraunce
    • Henry IV o Fraunce
  4. Henriette Catherine de Joyeuse (8 January 1585 – 25 February 1656) was the daughter of Henri de Joyeuse and Catherine de Nogaret Nogaret de La Valette. She married her first husband, Henri de Bourbon, Duke of Montpensier, on 15 May 1597 and her second husband, Charles, Duke of Guise, on 6 January 1611. Marriages and children [ edit]

  5. aristocrat. Catherine Henriette de Bourbon was an illegitimate daughter of King Henry IV of France and his long-term maîtresse en titre Gabrielle d"Estrées. Career. Born on 11 November 1596 in Rouen, France, she was baptised on 17 November 1596.