Duchess of Ancona. Name variations: Lucia de Bourbon; Lucie di Borbone; Princess Lucia of Two Sicilies. Born July 9, 1908, at Schloss Nymphenburg, Germany; died Nov 3, 2001, in Sao Paulo; dau. of Ferdinand, duke of Calabria, and Maria of Bavaria (b. 1872); m. Eugene of Savoy, duke of Ancona, in 1938; children: Maria Isabella of Savoy-Genoa (b. 1943).
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