Charles Louis de Beauvau, Prince of Beauvau facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsCharles Louis de Beauvau
|Prince of Beauvau|
5 April 1878|
Château de Sainte-Assise France
|Died||5 September 1942
|Spouse||Mary Grace Gregorini|
|Issue||Marc, Prince of Beauvau|
|Father||Prince Marc of Beauvau|
|Mother||Marie Adèle de Gontaut-Biron|
He was the son of Prince Marc of Beauvau (1816-1883) and his second wife, Marie Adèle de Gontaut-Biron (1848-1938). He fell in love with Princess Bibesco. He met at her at a ball given by the Princess Eugène Murat in 1909. But the couple never married due to religious differences. He married eventually to Mary Grace Gregorini (1896-1970) on 27 March 1920. Together they had a son,
- Marc de Beauvau, Prince of Beauvau (1921-1982). Last Prince of Beauvau.
He died at the Château de Sainte-Assise in France. The title of Prince of Beauvau went extinct with his son in 1982.
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