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  1. Maria Christina was the only surviving child of Prince Charles of Saxony, Duke of Courland, himself son of King Augustus III of Poland, and his wife, Countess Franciszka Krasińska. Her parents married secretly in Warsaw in 1760. The marriage was considered morganatic in Saxony.

  2. She was the daughter of Augustus III of Poland, Elector of Saxony (as Frederick Augustus II), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (as Augustus II), and Maria Josepha of Austria, first cousin of Empress Maria Theresa. Maria Christina was born at the Wilanów Palace in Poland. She came from a close family and her parents made sure they put ...

  3. She was the Princess of Carignano and later Princess of Montléart by marriage. Biography. Maria Christina was the only child of Prince Carl Christian Joseph of Saxony, himself son of King August III of Poland, and his morganatic wife, Countess Franciszka Corvin-Krasińska. Her parents married secretly in Warsaw in 1760. Her mother was created a princess (Princess Franziska Corvin-Krasińska) in her own right due to her marriage.

  4. Augustus III of Poland Mother Maria Josepha of Austria Religion Roman Catholicism Princess Maria Christina of Saxony(Maria Christina Anna Theresa Salomea Eulalia Francisca Xaveria;[1]12 February 1735 – 19 November 1782) was a Princess of Saxony and later Abbess of Remiremont. Contents 1Family 2Biography 3Ancestry 4Titles, styles, honours and arms

  5. Christina of Saxony (born Torgau, 25 December 1461 – died Odense, 8 December 1521), was Queen of Denmark, Norway and Sweden as the wife of King John . Contents 1 Life 1.1 Early life 1.2 Sweden 1.3 Later life 2 Issue 3 References Life [ edit] Early life [ edit] Christina was engaged to John, King of Denmark, Norway and Sweden, in 1477.

  6. Maria Christina was the only surviving child of Prince Charles of Saxony, Duke of Courland, himself son of King Augustus III of Poland, and his wife, Countess Franciszka Krasińska. Her parents married secretly in Warsaw in 1760. The marriage was considered morganatic in Saxony. Her mother was created a princess (Princess Franziska Krasińska Wettin) in her own right due to her marriage, only after the intervention of Emperor Joseph II. Biography