Maria Teresa was born in Kleinheubach, Kingdom of Bavaria as the second daughter of Miguel I of Portugal and Princess Adelaide of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg. Her father became king of Portugal in 1828 after deposing his niece Queen Maria II. He reigned until 1834 when Maria II of Portugal was restored and Miguel was forced into exile.
Regina von Habsburg (née Princess Regina Helene Elisabeth Margarete of Saxe-Meiningen; 6 January 1925 – 3 February 2010), also known by the traditional royal title of Archduchess Regina of Austria, was a German-born Austrian social worker.
Archduchess Maria Theresa Queen of the Two Sicilies. 1816– 1867 Married Ferdinand II of the Two Sicilies, had issue Archduke Albrecht Duke of Teschen 1817– 1895 Married Princess Hildegard of Bavaria, had issue Archduke Karl Ferdinand: 1818– 1874 Married Archduchess Elisabeth Franziska of Austria, had issue Archduke Friedrich Ferdinand
In 1648, Frederick and Sophie Amalie became king and queen of Denmark and Norway. As her husband was introverted, she became the centre of a sumptuous court life, with exclusive luxury items and grand parties, which shed glory on the royal power. Queen Sophie Amalie made a pioneer cultural act in relation to the court parties by replacing the old medieval court entertainment
Princess Maria of Greece, known in Russia as Grand Duchess Maria Georgievna of Russia, was welcomed by the Romanovs as one of their own. Her mother, Queen Olga of Greece, was a Russian Grand Duchess by birth, a first cousin of Tsar Alexander III of Russia. Maria's father, King George of Greece, was Empress Maria Feodorvna's favorite brother.
2) Maria Annunziata, Princess of the Two Sicilies (1843–1871) from 1862 to 1871, had issue (three sons and one daughter) 3) Infanta Maria Theresa of Portugal (1855–1944), from 1873 to 1896, had issue (two daughters). He was the father of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, whose assassination in 1914 sparked World War I.
Maria Anna of Bavaria 24 April 1833 Dresden no children: Son of Prince Maximilian of Saxony. Left no descendants. He was succeeded by his brother. John (Johann I) 12 December 1801: 9 August 1854 – 29 October 1873: 29 October 1873: Kingdom of Saxony: Amalie Auguste of Bavaria 10 November 1822 Munich (by proxy) 21 November 1822 Dresden (in ...