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Hélène d'Orléans (1871-1951) duchesse d'Aoste

Princesse Hélène d'Orléans (1871-1951) duchesse d'Aoste épouse du prince Emmanuel-Philibert,(1869-1931)

Her Royal Highness Princess Luigi of Bourbon-Parma (1914-2001) née Her Royal Highness Princess Maria Francesca of Savoy

In February 1955, it was announced that HRH Princess Maria Pia of Italy, eldest daughter of the exiled Italian royal couple, was to marry HRH Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia, son of Prince Regent Paul and Princess Paul, born Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark. Official photograph of King Umberto and Queen Maria José, the Prince of Naples, Princess Maria Pia and Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia at reception held by the King and Queen of Italy at the Palace Hotel of Estoril for 2500 guests,

Leontine von Khevenhüller-Metsch princesse Furstenberg (1843-1914), mariée le 23 mai 1860 à Charles Egon, Prince de Fürstenberg (1820-1873) puis Emil Egon von Fürstenberg (1825-1899) le 31 mai 1875 à Prague

Princess Helene of Orleans, dau. of Prince Philippe, Count of Paris. 1871-1951; married Prince Emanuele Filiberto Vittorio Eugenio Alberto Genova Giuseppe Maria, 2nd Duke of Aosta, head of cadet branch of house of Savoy. Children:Prince Amedeo, 3rd Duke of Aosta,Prince Aimone, 4th Duke of Aosta who briefly reigned as King Tomislav II of Croatia. Grandmother of the present duke, formerly husband of Princess Claude of France.

Le nozze di Giovanna di Savoia (1907-2000) e Boris III di Bulgaria (1894-1943), celebrate ad Assisi, nell'ottobre 1930

Isabelle, Countess of Paris, wearing an iconic pearl tiara made by Chaumet. According to my friend Starry Diadem, this piece was made for the Countess in 1957

Princesa Real D. Isabel de Orleães Condessa de Paris Editorial: Real Lidador Portugal Autor: Rui Miguel

Noblesse et Royautés: Wedding of Princess Margherita of Savoy, daughter of Duke Amedio of Aosta and Princess Anne d'Orléans, and Archduke Robert of Austria Este, second son of Emperor Charles I of Austria and Princess Zita of Bourbon-Parma, Brou, France, December 29, 1953. The couple had five children: Archduchess Maria Beatrice, Archduke Lorenz (husband of Princess Astrid of Belgium), Archduke Gerhard, Archduke Martin, and Archduchess Isabella.