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  1. Princess Maria Beatrice of Savoy (born 2 February 1943) is the youngest daughter of Italy's last King, Umberto II, and his wife, Queen Marie José.

  2. Maria Beatrice di Savoia (nome completo in italiano Maria Beatrice Elena Margherita Ludovica Caterina Francesca Romana; Roma, 2 febbraio 1943) è una principessa italiana. È la quarta figlia dell'ultimo re d'Italia Umberto II e della regina Maria José .

    • italiano: Maria Beatrice Elena Margherita Ludovica Caterina Francesca Romana
  3. Maria Beatrice of Savoy (Maria Beatrice Vittoria Giuseppina; 6 December 1792 – 15 September 1840) was Duchess of Modena by marriage to Francis IV, Duke of Modena . Biography. Early life. Maria Beatrice was born on 6 December 1792 in Turin. She was the eldest daughter of Victor Emmanuel, Duke of Aosta, and his wife Maria Teresa of Austria-Este.

  4. Maria Beatrix Viktoria Josephine von Savoyen (* 6. Dezember 1792 in Turin; † 15. September 1840 in Castello del Catajo) war durch Heirat mit Franz von Österreich-Este von 1814 bis zu ihrem Tod Herzogin von Modena.

  5. In February 2006, all three of Vittorio Emanuele's sisters (Princess Maria Pia, Princess Maria Gabriella, and Princess Maria Beatrice) resigned from the Supreme Order of the Most Holy Annunciation and the Order of Saints Maurice and Lazarus, alleging that memberships in the orders had been sold to unworthy candidates, a newfound ...

  6. 2. Feb. 2020 · Church at Sandringham. Happy Birthday to Princess Maria Beatrice of Savoy, who turns 77 today! Born Principessa Maria Beatrice Elena Margherita Ludovica Caterina Romana di Savoia, known as 'Titi', the youngest child of King Umberto II of Italy and Princess Marie Jose of Belgium, she grew up in Italy until the fall of the Monarchy in ...

  7. Prinzessin Maria Beatrice von Savoyen ( Maria Beatrice Elena Margherita Ludovica Caterina Francesca Romana di Savoia; Rom, 2. Februar 1943) ist die vierte und letzte Tochter, dritte Frau, des letzten Königs von Italien Umberto II und Königin Maria José.