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  1. Princess Maria of Bavaria (born and died 3 January 1953 in Leutstetten) [citation needed] Princess Philippa of Bavaria (born and died 26 June 1954 in Leutstetten) [ citation needed ] After her father's death in 1955, Irmingard and her husband moved into Schloss Leutstetten, where she continued to live after her husband's death in 2008.

  2. The marriage was celebrated on 25 August 1856 in Madrid. Upon her marriage Amalia became a Princess of Bavaria. At her arrival at the Bavarian court her father in law, King Ludwig I of Bavaria, a great admirer of female beauty, was disappointed when he met his new daughter-in-law, plump and plain.

  3. Isabel Amália Eugénia da Baviera (em alemão: Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie von Bayern; Munique, 24 de dezembro de 1837 — Genebra, 10 de setembro de 1898), apelidada de Sissi, foi a esposa do imperador Francisco José I e Imperatriz Consorte da Áustria e seus demais domínios de 1854 até sua morte, em 1898.

  4. Caroline is a perennial classic, in the Top 100 since 1994. Caroline is elegant, calling to mind the Kennedy Camelot years and Princess Caroline of Monaco. Caroline came to England with George II's wife, the German Queen Caroline of Ansbach in 1705, and then George IV married another German Caroline in 1795.

  5. 01/06/2022 · Queen Mary, 1867-1953. Queen Elizabeth’s grandmother Queen Mary was royal by birth (her great-grandfather was King George III). Despite technically being a princess of the German Duchy of Teck ...

  6. Vente de bateaux d’occasion : Saint Cyprien, Cap d’Agde, La Grande Motte, Port Camargue, Marseille, Bandol, Hyères.