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  1. In erster Ehe war Lucien ab 1794 mit der wohlhabenden Erbin Christine Boyer (1773–1800) verheiratet. 1803 heiratete er Alexandrine de Bleschamp, die unter dem Namen Madame Jouberton bekannte Witwe Hippolyte Joubertons; das Paar hatte zehn gemeinsame Kinder. Diese Ehe mit einer als nicht standesgemäß betrachteten Frau wurde gegen den Willen Napoleons geschlossen und führte zum Zerwürfnis ...

  2. When her son Lucien clandestinely married Alexandrine de Bleschamp, known as Madame Jouberthon, against Napoleon's wishes, the brothers fell out. Letizia sided with Lucien and left Paris for Rome, where Pauline already lived as Princess Borghese, and where she stayed with her half-brother Cardinal Fesch. Lucien and his family soon followed her.

  3. Lucien Bonaparte (21 March 1775 – 29 June 1840), Prince of Canino and Musignano, married on 4 May 1794 to Christine Boyer and secondly on 26 October 1803 to Alexandrine de Bleschamp, widow of Hippolyte Jouberthon, known as "Madame Jouberthon".

  4. Princess Marie Bonaparte (2 July 1882 – 21 September 1962), known as Princess George of Greece and Denmark upon her marriage, was a French author and psychoanalyst, closely linked with Sigmund Freud.

  5. Alexandrine Gertrude Zénaïde Bonaparte: 9 June 1826: 1 May 1828 (aged 1) Lucien Louis Joseph Napoléon Bonaparte, 4th Prince of Canino and Musignano: 15 November 1828: 19 November 1895 (aged 67) Julie Charlotte Bonaparte (married Alessandro del Gallo Marquess of Roccagiovine) 5 June 1830: 28 October 1900 (aged 70)

  6. Bonaparte was the son of Lucien Bonaparte and Alexandrine de Bleschamp. Lucien was a younger brother of Napoleon I, making Charles the emperor’s nephew. Born in Paris, he was raised in Italy. On 29 June 1822, he married his cousin, Zénaïde, in Brussels.

  7. His second wife was Alexandrine de Bleschamp (23 February 1778 – 12 July 1855), widow of Hippolyte Jouberthon, known as "Madame Jouberthon", and by her he had ten children: Charles Lucien Bonaparte (24 May 1803 – 29 July 1857), the naturalist and ornithologist. Letizia (1 December 1804 – 15 March 1871), married Sir Thomas Wyse.