Person:Louise Henriette de Bourbon (1)

Louise Henriette de Bourbon
m. 9 Jul 1713
  1. de Bourbon1715 - 1717
  2. Louis François , prince de Conti1717 - 1776
  3. Louis-Armand de Bourbon1720 - 1722
  4. Louise Henriette de Bourbon1726 - 1759
m. 17 DEC 1743
  1. Louis Philippe II , Duke of Orléans1747 - 1793
  2. Bathilde d'Orléans1750 - 1822
Facts and Events
Name Louise Henriette de Bourbon
Gender Female
Birth[1] 20 Jun 1726 Paris, Paris, Île-de-France, France
Marriage 17 DEC 1743 Versailles, 78646,,, Franceto Louis Philippe I , Duke of Orléans
Death[1] 9 Feb 1759 Paris, Paris, Île-de-France, France
Reference Number? Q236552?


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Louise Henriette de Bourbon (20 June 1726 – 9 February 1759), Mademoiselle de Conti at birth, was a French princess, who, by marriage, became Duchess of Chartres (1743–1752), then Duchess of Orléans (1752–1759) upon the death of her father-in-law. On 4 February 1752, her husband became the head of the House of Orléans, and the First Prince of the Blood (Premier prince du sang), the most important personage after the immediate members of the royal family.

The new Duke of Orléans and his wife were then addressed as Monsieur le Prince and Madame la Princesse. Louise Henriette de Bourbon, Duchess of Orléans, was a grandmother of the French monarch Louis-Philippe King of the French, "the Citizen King". Her descendants include the present-day pretenders to the throne of France and Italy and the kings of Spain and Belgium.

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Louise Henriette de Bourbon, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.