King Manuel II of Portugal with the Civil Governor of Porto on the King's first national trip in 1908, months after the murder of his father the King Carlos I and his brother, the Prince Royal Luiz Filipe
Princess Maria Pia of Savoy, later Queen of Portugal, is seen here as a very young lady. Maria Pia was only fifteen when she was married to King Louis I of Portugal. They had two living sons together, Dom Carlos and Dom Alfonso. Maria Pia lived to see her son, King Carlos I; and her grandson, Crown Prince Louis Filipe, assassinated on February 1, 1908.
Titian portrait of Isabella of Portugal (1503-1539). Wife of Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor. She was the Daughter of Manuel I of Portugal and Maria of Aragon. She was a cousin of Charles V. They have three children, Philip II of Spain, Joanna of Austria, Princess of Portugal and Maria of Austria, Holy Roman Empress.