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  1. Maria Clotilde of Savoy (Ludovica Teresa Maria Clotilde; 2 March 1843 – 25 June 1911) was born in Turin to Vittorio Emanuele II, later King of Italy and his first wife, Adelaide of Austria. She was the wife of Prince Napoléon-Jérôme Bonaparte. She is venerated in the Catholic Church, having been declared Servant of God by Pope Pius XII.

  2. Marie Clotilde von Savoyen, vollständiger Name Ludovica Teresa Maria Clotilde (* 2. März 1843 im Königlichen Palast, Turin; † 25. Juni 1911 im Castello di Moncalieri, Moncalieri) entstammte dem Hause Savoyen und war Prinzessin von Italien. Sie war die Ehefrau von Napoléon Joseph Charles Paul Bonaparte .

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    Clotilde Marie Pascale Courauwas born on 3 April 1969 in Levallois-Perret, Hauts-de-Seine, France, the daughter of Jean-Claude Courau (b. 1942) and French noblewoman Catherine Marie Antoinette du Pontavice des Renardières (b. 1948), daughter of Count Pierre Francoise Marie Antoine du Pontavice des Renardières (b. 1926), whose family can be traced b...

    In 1991, Courau was nominated for a César, for Most Promising Actress (Meilleur espoir féminin), and won a European Film Award for Best Actress, both for the film Le petit criminel (1990). She then appeared in Dusty Hughes' A Slip of the Tongue opposite John Malkovich on the stage, and in Vincent Ward's Map of the Human Heart. In 1995, she won the ...

    Clotilde Courau announced her engagement on 10 July, and on 25 September 2003 at the Church of Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri in Rome, she married Emanuele Filiberto, Prince of Venice. At the ceremony she wore a wedding gown designed by Valentino. Six months pregnant at the time of the wedding, she was seen as a controversial bride because ...

    In 2009, her name was given to a rose created by the rose grower Fabien Ducher to mark the 500,000th visitor to the Jardins de l'Imaginaire, Terrasson.

    National honours

    1. France: Member of the Order of Arts and Letters, 3rd Class

    Dynastic honour

    1. Montenegrin Royal Family: Dame Grand Cross of the Order of Prince Danilo I 2. House of Savoy: Dame Grand Cordon of the Royal Order of Saints Maurice and Lazarus

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    Maria Gabriella di Savoia was the third child of the Prince and Princess of Piedmont, born in Naples, Italy in 1940. Her older siblings were Princess Maria Pia and Prince Vittorio Emanuele, while the younger was Princess Maria Beatrice. Her parents, married since 1930, were unhappy together, as her mother confessed in an interview many years later ...

    She married Robert Zellinger de Balkany (4 August 1931 in Iclod, Romania – 19 September 2015 in Geneva, Switzerland) on 12 February 1969 in Sainte-Mesme. The religious wedding was celebrated later on 21 June 1969 at Eze-sur-Mer, at Château Balsan.The couple separated in 1976 and divorced in November 1990. They had one child: 1. Marie Elizabeth Zell...

    Casa Savoia. Diario di una monarchia(2001, Mondadori Electa), co-written with Romano Brancalini.
    Gioielli di Casa Savoia(2002, Mondadori Electa), co-written with Stefano Papi.
    Vita di corte in casa Savoia (2005, Mondadori Electa), co-written with Stefano Papi. ISBN 978-8837024130
    Jewellery of the House of Savoy (2007, Mondadori Electa), co-written with Stefano Papi. ISBN 978-8837052409 (expanded English edition of Gioielli di Casa Savoia)
    • Marie Elizabeth Zellinger de Balkany
    • Savoy
  3. Princess Maria Francesca of Savoy (Maria Francesca Anna Romana; 26 December 1914 – 7 December 2001) was the youngest daughter of Victor Emmanuel III of Italy and Elena of Montenegro. She was a sister of Umberto II of Italy and of Queen Giovanna of Bulgaria .

    • Prince Luigi of Bourbon-Parma
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  4. Marie Joséphine of Savoy ( Italian: Maria Giuseppina Luigia; 2 September 1753 – 13 November 1810) was a princess of France and countess of Provence by marriage to the future King Louis XVIII of France. She was regarded by Bourbon Royalist Legitimists as the titular ' queen of France ' when her husband assumed the title of king in 1795 upon the ...