Princess Alice of Parma (1849–1935) - Marriage and Issue

Marriage and Issue

On 11 January 1868 Alice married Ferdinand IV, Grand Duke of Tuscany (1835–1908) at Schloss Frohsdorf in Lanzenkirchen, Austria. Ferdinand and Alice had ten children:

  • Archduke Leopold Ferdinand, Prince of Tuscany (1868–1935). He renounced his titles on 29 December 1902 and took the name Leopold Wölfling. He married thrice.
  • Archduchess Luise, Princess of Tuscany (1870–1947)
  • Archduke Josef Ferdinand, Prince of Tuscany (1872–1942). He married first Rosa Kaltenbrunner and, after divorcing her, he married second Gertrud Tomanek, by whom he had issue. Both marriages were morganatic.
  • Archduke Peter Ferdinand, Prince of Tuscany (1874–1948). Married Princess Maria Cristina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies and had issue.
  • Archduke Heinrich Ferdinand Salvator, Prince of Tuscany (1878–1969). Major General in the Austrian Army. Married morganatically to Maria Karoline Ludescher and had issue.
  • Archduchess Anna Maria Theresia, Princess of Tuscany (1879–1961). Married Johannes, Prince of Hohenlohe-Bartenstein.
  • Archduchess Margareta, Princess of Tuscany (1881–1965)
  • Archduchess Germana, Princess of Tuscany (1884–1955)
  • Archduke Robert Ferdinand Salvator, Prince of Tuscany (1885–1895)
  • Archduchess Agnes Maria, Princess of Tuscany (1891–1895)

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