Anne-Marie D'Bourbon-Orleans (1669–1728)

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Anne-Marie D'Bourbon-Orleans (1669–1728)

Queen of Sicily and Sardinia. Name variations: Ana Maria of Orleans. Born May 11, 1669; died Aug 26, 1728; dau. of Henrietta Anne (1644–1670) and Philip Bourbon-Orleans, 1st duke of Orléans; m. Victor Amadeus II (1666–1732), duke of Savoy (r. 1675–1713), king of Sicily (r. 1713–1718) and Sardinia (r. 1718–1730), April 10, 1684; children: Marie Adelaide of Savoy (1685–1712), duchess of Burgundy (mother of Louis XV of France); Marie Louise of Savoy (1688–1714, 1st wife of Philip V of Spain); Charles Emmanuel III (1701–1773), king of Sardinia (r. 1730–1773), and duke of Savoy; Vittorio (d. 1715).

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