Louise Victoire d'Orléans

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Louise around 1891, photograph by Karl Joss, Rosenheim

Louise Victoire d'Orléans , full name Louise Victoire Marie Amelie Sophie d'Orléans , (born July 19, 1869 Teddington (now London ), † February 4, 1952 in Munich ) was a member of the House of Orléans .


Louise Victoire was the daughter of Ferdinand d'Orléans , Duke of Alençon and his wife Sophie Charlotte in Bavaria , the youngest daughter of Duke Max Joseph in Bavaria and Ludovika of Bavaria . In 1891 she married her second cousin, Prince Alfons of Bavaria , son of Adalbert of Bavaria and his wife, the Infanta Amalia del Pilar of Spain, at Nymphenburg Palace . Alfons was initially supposed to marry Louise Victoires cousin Marie Valerie of Austria , but a first meeting between the two turned out to be so boring that there was no wedding.

From the marriage between Louise Victoire and Alfons:

⚭ 1939 Franz Josef von Kageneck (1915–1941)
⚭ 1944–1953 Ernst Küstner (* 1920)

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Individual evidence

  1. ^ Brigitte Hamann : Elisabeth, Empress against will . Piper, Munich 1996, ISBN 3-492-20990-4 , p. 534 ff.