Princess of Conti

The title of Princess of Conti was a French noble title, held by the wife of the Prince of Conti between 1582 and 1803 with an intermission between 1614 and 1654.

Princesses of Conti

First Creation

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Princess Ceased to be Princess Death Husband
Jeanne-Françoise de Coeme, Lady of Lucé and Bonnétable Louis de Coesme, Seigneur of Lucé
(Coesme)
1560 1582 27 December 1601 François I
Louise Marguerite of Guise Henry I de Lorraine, Duke of Guise
(Guise)
1588 24 July/1 May 1605 3 August 1614
husband's death
30 April 1631

Second Creation

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Princess Ceased to be Princess Death Husband
Anne Marie Martinozzi Girolamo Martinozzi
(Martinozzi)
1637 22 February 1654 21 February 1666
husband's death
4 February 1672 Armand I
Marie Anne de Bourbon, Légitimée de France Louis XIV of France
(Bourbon)
2 October 1666 16 January 1680 9 November 1685
husband's death
3 May 1739 Louis Armand I
Marie Thérèse de Bourbon
[1][2]
Henri Jules de Bourbon, Prince of Condé
(Bourbon)
1 February 1666 22 January 1688 9 February 1709
husband's death
22 February 1732 François Louis
Louise Élisabeth de Bourbon
[3]
Louis III de Bourbon, Prince of Condé
(Bourbon)
22 November 1693 9 July 1713 4 May 1727
husband's death
27 May 1775 Louis Armand II
Louise Diane d'Orléans
[2]
Philippe d'Orléans
(Orléans)
27 June 1716 21 January 1732 26 September 1736 Louis François
Princess Maria Fortunata of Modena
[2][4]
Francesco III d'Este, Duke of Modena
(Este)
24 November 1731 27 February 1759 2 August 1776
husband's accession
21 September 1803 Louis François Joseph

Notes

  1. Also Titular Queen consort of Poland.
  2. Also Countess of La Marche.
  3. Also Duchess of Mercœur.
  4. Maria Fortunata and Louis François II separated in 1777, but remained legally married under French law.
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