The descendants of Alfonso XIII of Spain, Bourbon monarch of the Kingdom of Spain, are numerous. With his wife, Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg, he had a total of six legitimate children, with an additional child Ferdinand having been stillborn. Outside of his marriage, Alfonso was known to have had some issue, but they are not in the line of succession for any throne. The modern day king and royal family of Spain is descended from Alfonso, as is the legitimist claimant to France.
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... Descendent Portrait Birth Marriages Death Infante Gonzalo of Spain 24 October 1914 Madrid son of Alfonso XIII of Spain and Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg never married 13 August 1934 Pörtscha ...
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