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Louise Marie of Bourbon (1753–1821)

Louise Marie of Bourbon (1753–1821)

Duchess of Orleans, Montpensier, and Chartres. Name variations: Louise Marie Adelaide de Bourbon-Penthiève; Louise-Adelaide de Penthièvre or Penthievre; duchesse d'Orléans; Madame d'Orleans. Born Louise Marie Adelaide de Bourbon Penthievre on March 13, 1753; died on June 23, 1821; buried in Dreaux, France; daughter of Johann, duke of Penthièvre; married Louis Philippe "Egalité" (1747–1793), 5th duke of Orléans (r. 1785–1793), Montpensier (r. 1747–1752), and Chartres (r. 1752–1785), on April 5, 1769 (divorced 1792); children: daughter who died at birth (1771–1771); Louis Philippe I (1773–1850), king of France (r. 1830–1848); Anton Philip (1775–1807); Adelaide (1777–1847); Louis Charles (1779–1808).

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