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Anne de Bavière, Princesse de Condé

1686 (after) Anne Henriette of Bavaria while the Princess of Conde by Pierre Gobert (location unknown to gogm)

Liselotte von der Pfalz, aus der Wittelsbacher Linie Pfalz-Simmern

1671 Madame Liselotte commonly mistaken for the Princess of Conti by Pierre Mignard (location unknown to gogm)

Princess Maria Anna Christina Victoria of Bavaria, Dauphine of France (1660-1690), being handed the crown of the dauphine prior to her marriage, 1679 after either François de Troy or Pierre Mignard

Princess Maria Anna Christina Victoria of Bavaria, Dauphine of France being handed the crown of the dauphine prior to her marriage, 1679 after either François de Troy or Pierre Mignard

Prinzessin Elvira von Bayern, spätere Gräfin von Wrbna-Kaunitz-Rietberg-Questenberg und Freudenthal (1868-1943)

Countess Rudolf von Wrbna-Kaunitz-Rietberg-Questenberg und Freudenthal née Her Royal Highness Princess Elvira of Bavaria

Duchess Marie Gabrielle in Bavaria - 1900

Duchess Marie Gabrielle in Bavaria (German: Marie Gabrielle Mathilde Isabelle Therese Antoinette Sabine Herzogin in Bayern; October 1878 in Tegernsee, Bavaria – October 1912 in Sorrento, Italy).

Louis XV with his uncle the Regent duc d'Orleans, 1718

The Regent Philippe II, duc d'Orleans with the young Louis XV, with his tutor Francois de Neufville de Villeroy in the study of the Grand Dauphin at Versailles, French school (Chateau de Versailles)

Luisa Isabel de Orleáns (Versalles 1709-París 1742) se casó en 1722 con Luis I de España, quien la mandó encerrar en una cámara de palacio.

Luisa Isabel de Orleáns (Versalles 1709-París 1742) se casó en 1722 con Luis I de España, quien la mandó encerrar en una cámara de palacio.

(artist unknown) Princess Palatine, Elizabeth Charlotte, DUCHESSE D'ORLÉANS - (1652-1722) second wife of king Louis XIV's brother Philippe I

(artist unknown) Princess Palatine, Elizabeth Charlotte, DUCHESSE D'ORLÉANS - (1652-1722) second wife of king Louis XIV's brother Philippe I

Unsere prinzen und prinzessinen

Emperor Franz Joseph, Empress Elisabeth and their children Rudolf, Marie Valerie and Gisela. The latter with her husband Leopold of Bavaria and two children. Photograph after a brush painting by Georg Decker.

Caroline Augusta of Bavaria empress of Austria.jpg

Caroline Augusta of Bavaria empress of Austria.jpg

Archduchess Marie Valerie of Austria and cousin, Amalie in Bayern, elñdest daughter of Karl Theodor in Bayern and his first spouse, Princess Sophie of Saxony. 1880s.

carolathhabsburg: Archduchess Marie Valerie of Austria and cousin, Amalie in Bayern, eldest daughter of Karl Theodor in Bayern and his first spouse, Princess Sophie of Saxony. Amélie is said to have been Ludovica's favorite grandchild

Maria Sophie of Bavaria, Empress Sissi's beautiful younger sister!

Maria Sophie of October 1841 – 19 January She was the last Queen consort of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies.

The fashionable Hurluberlu (came in c. 1665) used women's own hair instead of a wig. Mme de Sevigne complained it forced women to sleep "with a hundred rollers, which make them endure mortal agony all night long" and made them look "en vrai fanfan" or just like boys. But she  loved it on her own doted-upon daughter. Here worn by Mme de Montespan, Louis XIVth's morganatic wife.

Madame de Montespan, a Mistress of Louis XIV by Pierre Mignard studio (Bowes Museum - Newgate, Barnard Castle, County Durham UK)

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