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Alix, Dowager Princess of Ligne

Princess Alix
Dowager Princess of Ligne
Born (1929-08-24) 24 August 1929
Berg Castle, Colmar-Berg, Luxembourg
Spouse Antoine, 13th Prince of Ligne
Issue Michel, 14th Prince of Ligne
Prince Wauthier
Princess Anne-Marie
Princess Christine of Orléans-Braganza
Princess Sophie, Comtesse de Nicolay
Prince Antoine
Princess Yolande
Full name
Alix Marie Anna Antoinette Charlotte Gabrielle
House House of Bourbon-Parma
Father Prince Felix of Bourbon-Parma
Mother Charlotte, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg
Princely Family of Ligne

HRH The Dowager Princess

  • HH Prince Wauthier
    HH Princess Regine
    • HH Prince Philippe
      HH Princess Laetitia
      • HH Prince Jean Charles
    • HH Princess Melanie Yolande
    • HH Princess Élisabeth Éléonore, Baroness Baudouin Gillès de Pelichy
  • HH Princess Anne Marie, Mrs. Mortgat
  • HRH Princess Christine of Brazil
  • HH Princess Sophie, Comtesse Philippe de Nicolay
  • HH Prince Antoine
    HH Princess Jacqueline
    • HH Prince Louis
    • HH Princess Marie
    • HH Princess Florence
  • HH Princess Yolande, Mrs. Townsend

Alix Marie Anne Antoinette Charlotte Gabrielle, Dowager Princess de Ligne (born 24 August 1929, at Berg Castle) is the daughter of Charlotte, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg, and Felix of Bourbon-Parma.[1] She is, by birth, Princess of Luxembourg, Princess of Nassau and Princess of Bourbon-Parma.[2] She is the sister of Grand Duke Jean and the aunt of Grand Duke Henri.

Marriage and issue

On 17 August 1950 in Luxembourg Princess Alix married Antoine, 13th Prince of Ligne,[1] (8 March 1925 – 21 August 2005). They have seven children, twenty grandchildren and four great-grandchildren, including:

  • Prince Wauthier de Ligne (born 10 July 1952) - In 1976 he married Countess Regine de Renesse. They have three children:[1]
    • Prince Philippe de Ligne (born 29 May 1977) - In 2008 he married Jonkvrouw Laetitia Rolin. They have one son:
      • Prince Jean-Charles de Ligne (born 11 June 2010)
    • Princess Melanie-Yolande de Ligne (born 19 June 1979)
    • Princess Elisabeth-Eleonore de Ligne (born 27 June 1983) - In 2005 she married Baron Baudouin Gillès de Pelichy. They have four children.
  • Princess Anne de Ligne (born 3 April 1954) - In 1981 she married Olivier Mortgat. They have two daughters.[1]
  • Princess Christine de Ligne (born 11 August 1955) - In 1981 she married Prince Antonio of Orléans-Braganza. They had four children.[1]
  • Princess Sophie de Ligne (born 23 April 1957) - In 1982 she married Comte Philippe de Nicolay. They have two sons.[1]
  • Prince Antoine Lamoral de Ligne (born 28 December 1959) - In 2001 he married Countess Jacqueline de Lannoy.[1] They have three children:
    • Prince Louis de Ligne (born 4 March 2003)
    • Princess Marie de Ligne (born 2004)
    • Princess Florence de Ligne (born 2006)

Titles and styles

  • 24 August 1929 – 17 August 1950: Her Royal Highness Princess Alix of Luxembourg, Princess of Nassau and Bourbon-Parma
  • 17 August 1950 – 3 March 1985: Her Royal Highness Princess Alix of Ligne, Princess of Luxembourg, Nassau and Bourbon-Parma
  • 3 March 1985 – 21 August 2005: Her Royal Highness Princess Alix, The Princess of Ligne, Princess of Amblise and Epinoy, Princess of Luxembourg, Nassau and Bourbon-Parma
  • 21 August 2005 – present: Her Royal Highness Princess Alix, The Dowager Princess of Ligne, Dowager Princess of Amblise and Epinoy, Princess of Luxembourg, Nassau and Bourbon-Parma

Ancestry


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i de Badts de Cugnac, Chantal. Coutant de Saisseval, Guy. Le Petit Gotha. Nouvelle Imprimerie Laballery, Paris 2002, pp. 678-680. (French) ISBN 2-9507974-3-1
  2. ^ Semans, Barbara Broome; Schwarz, Letitia Broome (26 February 2009). John Broome and Rebecca Lloyd Vol. I: Their Descendants and Related Families 18th to 21st Centuries. Xlibris Corporation. p. 485.  
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