Fürst Johann Friedrich zu Castell-Rüdenhausen has died on 30.10.2014 at the age of 66 after suffering from cancer for some time
Royal Travel and Events Blog: † Fürst Johann Friedrich zu Castell-Rüdenhausen
Princess Kristine Bernadotte, née Rivelsrud, passed away at her homs in Benalmáden, Spain, on 4 November 2014. She was 82.
Kristine Rivelsrud was born at Eidsfoss, Norway, on 22 April 1932.
During the 1960s she became employed as a secretary by Prince Carl Bernadotte, formerly Prince Carl of Sweden, Duke of Östergötlan. He was the only son of Prince Carl and Princess Ingeborg of Sweden, Duke and Duchess of Västergötland, as well as the brother of Princess Margaretha of Denmark, Crown Princess Märtha of Norway and of Queen Astrid of the Belgians. Carl and Kristine eventually got married in Rabat, Morocco, on 8 June 1978; she was his third wife.
They remained married until the Prince's death in 2003.
Her Majesty Queen Fabiola of Belgium, née Dońa Fabiola de Mora y Aragón, died on 5 December 2014 in Brussels.
Born in Madrid on 11 June 1928, she became Queen of the Belgians when she married King Baudouin III in Brussels on 15 December 1960.
They had no children. Her husband died on July 31 1993.
La Monarchie belge: Accueil - Actueel - Agenda - Décčs de Sa Majesté la Reine Fabiola
Archduchess Elisabeth of Austria passed away sometime in 2014, aged 86/87.
She was born on 13 March 1927 in Vienna, the third child and daughter of Archduke Leo Karl of Austria and of his wife, née Maria Klotilde von Thuilličres, Countess von Montjoye-Vaufrey.
Her father was a son of Archduke Karl Stefan (of the branch of the Dukes of Teschen; he was a brother of Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen) and of his wife Archduchess Maria Theresia (of the branch of the Grand Dukes of Tuscany).
Archduchess Elisabeth, unlike her siblings, never married. She is survived by her brother Leo-Stefan and by the families of her siblings.
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