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  1. Louise of Prussia (Luise Marie Elisabeth; 3 December 1838 – 23 April 1923) was Grand Duchess of Baden from 1856 to 1907 as the wife of Grand Duke Frederick I. Princess Louise was the second child and only daughter of Wilhelm I, German Emperor, and Augusta of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach.

  2. Luisa María Isabel de Prusia (en alemán: Luise Marie Elisabeth von Preußen; 1 Berlín, 3 de diciembre de 1838 - Baden-Baden, 23 de abril de 1923) fue una princesa de Prusia por nacimiento, y gran duquesa de Baden por matrimonio. Índice 1 Biografía 1.1 Matrimonio y descendencia 2 Títulos y órdenes 2.1 Títulos 2.2 Órdenes 3 Ancestros 4 Referencias

  3. 7 de dic. de 2022 · Viktoria Luise of Prussia, in full Viktoria Luise Adelheid Mathilde Charlotte, duchess of Brunswick and Lüneburg, princess of Prussia, (born September 13, 1892, Marmor Palace, Potsdam, near Berlin, Germany—died December 11, 1980, Hannover, West Germany (now in Germany)), the only daughter and last surviving child of Kaiser William II of Germany and a great-granddaughter of Queen Victoria of England.

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    • Matrimonio
    • Duquesa de Connaught
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    Luisa Margarita nació en el Palacio de Mármol, cerca de Potsdam, en el Reino de Prusia. Su padre era el príncipe Federico Carlos de Prusia, hijo del príncipe Carlos de Prusia y de la princesa María de Sajonia-Weimar-Eisenach. Su madre era la princesa María Ana de Anhalt-Dessau, hija del duque Leopoldo IV de Anhalt y de la princesa Federica de Prusi...

    El 13 de marzo de 1879,[1]​ la princesa Luisa Margarita se casó con príncipe Arturo, duque de Connaught y Strathearn, en la Capilla de San Jorge del Castillo de Windsor. El príncipe Arturo era el séptimo hijo de la Victoria del Reino Unido y del príncipe Alberto de Sajonia-Coburgo y Gotha. La pareja tuvo un gran número de regalos costosos; el regal...

    La duquesa de Connaught pasó los primeros veinte años de su matrimonio acompañando a su esposo en sus diversas visitas por todo el Imperio británico. El duque y la duquesa de Connaught adquirieron Bagshot Park, en Surrey, como su casa de campo en el país y después, en 1900, utilizaron Clarence House como su residencia en Londres. El duque y la duqu...

    La duquesa de Connaught murió de la gripe y bronquitis en Clarence House. Se convirtió en el primer miembro de la familia real británica en ser incinerada, realizándose en el Crematorio de Golders Green. El procedimiento de colocar las cenizas en una urna era todavía desconocida en el momento, y su urna fue transportada en un ataúd ordinario durant...

    Títulos y estilos

    1. 25 de julio de 1860-13 de marzo de 1879: Su Alteza Realla princesa Luisa Margarita de Prusia. 2. 13 de marzo de 1879-14 de marzo de 1917: Su Alteza Realla duquesa de Connaught y Strathearn.

    Honores

    1. 1879: Dama compañera de la Corona de la India (CI) (Imperio británico). 2. 1883: Miembro de la Real Cruz Roja (RRC) (Reino Unido). 3. 1888: Dama de justicia de la Venerable Orden de San Juan (DStJ) (Reino Unido). 4. 1893: Dama de primera clase de la Real Orden de Victoria y Alberto.[2]​ ( Reino Unido) 5. Dama de la Orden de Luisa (Reino de Prusia). 6. Dama de la Orden de las Damas Nobles de la Reina María Luisa ( Reino de España). 7. 1896: Dama gran cruz de la Orden de Santa Catalina ( Imp...

    • Hohenzollern
    • Luisa Margarita Alejandra Victoria Inés (en alemán, Luise Margarete Alexandra Viktoria Agnes)
    • Early Life
    • Marriage Candidates
    • Marriage and Issue
    • Later Life
    • Relationship of Their Daughter and Prince Wilhelm of Prussia

    Princess Louise was born on 24 May 1770, in the Ordenspalais (the Palace of the Order of Saint John, of which her father was head) at Berlin to Prince Augustus Ferdinand and Princess Elisabeth Louise of Prussia; her biological father may actually have been Count Friedrich Wilhelm Carl von Schmettau.Her birth was a disappointment to her family, as a...

    As a niece of Frederick the Great, there were often talks of possible matches for Louise. One such candidate was Prince Max of Bavaria, the heir-presumptive of Charles Theodore, Elector of Bavaria. The Elector sent an ambassador to Friedrichsfelde in 1785, most likely to inspect Louise's general appearance and character. In the end however, Louise ...

    In April 1795, Prince Michał Hieronim Radziwiłł and his wife traveled to Berlin with their daughter Christina and son Antoni; on 1 May, they were presented at the royal court at Bellevue Palace. The Radziwiłłs were a Polish Catholic family that belonged to the oldest and most renowned of dynasties in Poland, and were also in possession of much weal...

    The growing family took up residence at Radziwill Palace in Berlin. Louise was a happy wife, and the couple's soirees and banquets were said to be more entertaining than anything at the Prussian court. Anton, himself an excellent musician, patronized the best artists of the day; Louise warmly shared in all his interests.One visitor commented on the...

    Their sons were raised as Roman Catholics, while their daughters were raised in Louise's Calvinist faith. The children were closely brought up alongside their Hohenzollern cousins, as they were similar in age; their eldest son became the playmate of Prince Wilhelm, future Emperor of Germany. Wilhelm lived for some time in Königsberg and became grea...

    • 7 December 1836 (aged 66), Berlin
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  4. Princess Louise of Prussia was Princess of the Netherlands as the wife of Prince Frederick. She was born the penultimate child of King Frederick William III of Prussia and Queen Louise. Although Princess Louise played a minor role in royal society, she helped establish the Luisestiftelsen—a charity organisation built for orphans—and pitched ideas for the construction of a residential home in Passow.