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  1. 9 de ago. de 2022 · Prince Ludwig of Bavaria announced engagement to Sophie-Alexandra Evekink The 40-year-old is the great-great-grandson of Bavaria's last King Ludwig III Future wife was born in Singapore and...

  2. 10 de ago. de 2022 · Prince Ludwig, who studied law in university, launched Learning Lions in 2015— a "digital empowerment program" in East Africa for young adults. He currently splits his time between East Africa...

  3. › wiki › ludwig_prinz_von_bayernLudwig Prince of Bavaria

    Ludwig Heinrich Prince of Bavaria (born June 14, 1982 in Landsberg am Lech) is a German IT entrepreneur, development worker and the eldest son of Luitpold Prince of Bavaria and great-great-grandson of Ludwig III.

  4. 10 de ago. de 2022 · Prince Ludwig is the great-great grandson of the last King of Bavaria. His namesake ancestor, King Ludwig III, ruled from 1913 to 1918. He lost his throne at the end of the First World War, as the German Empire was dissolved and the Weimar Republic created, with all the German state monarchies abolished in the process.

  5. The prince was born on the name day of the canonized Louis IX, King of France and founder of the House of Bourbon. His grandfather and godfather Ludwig I of Bavaria, had Louis XVI of France as his godfather. This relationship with the House of Bourbon had an important influence on the way the prince saw himself throughout his life.

  6. 25 August: Ludwig is born in Nymphenburg near Munich, the first son of the Crown Prince and Princess. 26 August: The child is baptised Ludwig at the wish of his grandfather King Ludwig I, whose godfather was Louis XVI of France. 1848. 20 March: King Ludwig I abdicates. The Crown Prince becomes Maximilian II, King of Bavaria. 1849 – 1863.

  7. 29 de nov. de 2021 · On August 25, 1845, Ludwig was born in the swishy Nymphenburg Palace outside Munich. He was part of the royal House of Wittelsbach, which had ruled Bavaria since 1180. House Wittelsbach survives today under Franz Wittelsbach, who retains an apartment at Nymphenburg Palace.