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Infanta Isabel de Bourbon (1851-1931)

Isabel de Bourbon,Infanta de España, Princesa de Asturias y Condesa de Girgenti died on April 23rd,1931.


Daughter of Isabella II and King Francis,she died in exile in Paris,Her remains were taken back to Spain in 1991 and reburied at the chapel of the Royal Palace of La Granja de San Ildefonso near Segovia.

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Isabella, Princess of Asturias,Countess of Girgenti and Princess of Bourbon Two Sicilies with her husband Prince Gaetano of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Count of Girgenti.


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It was informative to learn that as a widow, two possible men for Infanta Isabel to marry were Archduke Ludwig Salvator of Austria and Prince Arnulf of Bavaria.
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Infanta Isabel, age eight, with her family. From left to right: The Marchioness of Malpica with Alfonso, Prince of Asturias, on her lap; Francisco de Asís, Duke of Cádiz, Queen Isabella II of Spain, and their royal wet nurse holding Infanta María de la Concepción, and Infanta Isabel, 1860.
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Infanta Isabel late in her life. Photograph by Kaulak.
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Prince Gaetan of the Two Sicilies, Count of Girgenti (12 January 1846, Naples, Two Sicilies – 26 November 1871, Lucerne, Switzerland) was the seventh child of Ferdinand II of the Two Sicilies and his wife Maria Theresa of Austria. Gaetan was a member of the House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies and consort to Isabel, Princess of Asturias, twice the recognized heir presumptive to the throne of Spain. Through this union, Gaetan was created an Infante of Spain.

Gaetan and Isabella's marriage proved unhappy. For two years, Gaetan traveled throughout Europe visiting relatives in major cities including Vienna. A troubled and depressed man, Gaetan suffered from weak health and epilepsy. He had unsuccessfully attempted suicide at least once before shooting himself in the head in his hotel room in Lucerne, Switzerland. Isabel returned to Spain in 1874 and did not remarry. Their brief union produced no issue.
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The wedding of Infanta Isabel and Prince Gaetano
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The wedding of Infanta Isabel and Prince Gaetano
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Sadly the marriage was rather unhappy and the Count shot himself in the head in November 1871 aged just 25.
The union was also childless and Isabel returned to Spain.
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Twenty-five is extremely young for a man, whether Royal or not, to take his life. Was any male relative aware of Prince Gaetano's hardships?
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