Death of the Dowager Duchess of Hohenberg, née Princess Elisabeth of Luxembourg
HRH The Dowager Duchess of Hohenberg, née Princess Elisabeth of Luxemburg, of Nassau and of Bourbon-Parma, died on 22 November 2011 aged 88.
The Duchess was the widow of HSH Franz Ferdinand, the Duke of Hohenberg, and leaves behind their 2 daughters, HSH Princess Anita of Hohenberg [who is married to Count Andreas of Bardeau] and HSH Princess Sophie of Hohenberg, [who is married to Jonkheer Jean-Louis de Potesta], 7 grandchildren, Count Gaëtan, Alix [who is married to Francois-Xavier Fraye], Count Gabriel and Count Raoul de la Poëze d’Harambure, children of Princess Anita and her first husband Romée de La Poëze, Count of Harambure, and Jonkvrouw Eleonore [who is engaged to Diego Fernandez de Cordova y Cervero], Jonkheer Charles-Louis and Jonkvrouw Elizabeth de Potesta, the children of Princess Sophie and Jonkheer Jean-Louis, and 1 great-grandson, Armel Fraye, son of Alix and François-Xavier Fraye.
The late Dowager Duchess of Hohenberg was the second child and first daughter of HRH Grand Duchess Charlotte of Luxembourg and her husband, HRH Prince Felix of Bourbon-Parma. She also leaves behind her siblings (and their families) Grand Duke Jean of Luxembourg, Princess Marie Gabriele, Countess of Holstein-Ledreborg, and Princess Alix, Dowager Princess of Ligne. Princess Marie Adalaide, Countess Henckel von Donnersmarck, and Prince Charles of Luxembourg predeceased the Dowager Duchess.
More information about the Dowager Duchess can be found in the thread:Austrian Royals, Luxembourg Royals
Tagged Biography, Death, Elisabeth of Luxembourg, House of Hohenberg.