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  2. Princess Christina of Hesse - Wikipedia

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    Princess Christina Margarethe of Hesse ( German: Christina Margarethe Prinzessin von Hessen; 10 January 1933 – 22 November 2011) was a German princess. A first cousin of the king Charles III of the United Kingdom, she was the wife, from 1956 to 1962, of Prince Andrew of Yugoslavia, a son of Alexander I of Yugoslavia .

  3. Princess Christine of Hesse-Eschwege - Wikipedia

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    Princess Christine of Hesse-Eschwege Christine von Hessen (30 October 1648 - 18 March 1702) was a German noblewoman, belonging to the Hessen-Eschwege branch of the Hessen-Rotenburg line of the House of Hesse.

  4. Christine of Saxony - Wikipedia

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    Christine of Saxony (25 December 1505 – 15 April 1549) was a German noble, landgravine consort of Hesse by marriage to Philip I, Landgrave of Hesse. [1] She was the regent of Hesse during the absence of her spouse in 1547–1549. She was the daughter of George the Bearded, Duke of Saxony and Barbara Jagiellon.

  5. Princess Christine of Hesse-Rotenburg - Wikipedia

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    Princess Christine of Hesse-Rheinfels-Rotenburg (Christine Henriette; 21 November 1717 – 1 September 1778) was a princess of the German dynasty of Hesse-Rheinfels-Rotenburg. She was the Princess of Carignano by marriage and mother of the princesse de Lamballe and of Victor Amadeus II, Prince of Carignan . Biography [ edit]

  6. Princess Christina Margarethe of Hesse - INFOGALACTIC

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    Family background and early life. Princess Christina Margarethe of Hesse was born on 10 January 1933 at the Kronberg Castle in Kronberg im Taunus, Germany.She was the eldest child of Prince Christoph of Hesse (14 May 1901 — 7 October 1943) and Princess Sophie of Greece and Denmark (26 June 1914 — 3 November 2001), the elder sister of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

  7. Prince Philip's godchildren include a former pop star and a ...

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    Prince Philip was godfather to both of Princess Christina of Hesse's children with Prince Andrew of Yugoslavia; Princess Maria and her younger brother Prince Christopher. Princess Christina was ...

  8. Princess Christina Of Hesse, The Wife Of Prince Andrej Of ...

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    UNITED KINGDOM - FEBRUARY 04: Princess Christina Of Hesse, The Wife Of Prince Andrej Of Yugoslavia (Left), Upon Having Given Birth To Prince Christopher Of Yugoslavia At Kings College Hospital In London On February 4, 1960.

  9. Royal Musings: Princess Christina of Hesse (1933-2011) - Blogger

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    HH Princess Christina of Hesse, the eldest daughter of the late Prince Christoph of Hesse and Princess Sophie of Greece and Denmark, died at Gersau, Switzerland, on November 21, 2011. She was 78 years old. Princess Christina Margarethe was born at Schloss Kronberg on January 10, 1933. She was married twice.

  10. Prince Christoph of Hesse - Wikipedia

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    Princess Christina Margarethe of Hesse (10 January 1933 – 22 November 2011), married Prince Andrew of Yugoslavia (1929–1990) on 2 August 1956 and divorced in London in 1962. They had two children and two granddaughters. She remarried Robert Floris van Eyck (1916–1991) on 3 December 1962 and had two further children and two granddaughters.

  11. Prince Andrew of Yugoslavia - Wikipedia

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    On 2 August 1956, he married his third cousin-once-removed Princess Christina of Hesse (10 January 1933 – 21 November 2011), in Kronberg im Taunus, Germany. She was the eldest child of Prince Christoph of Hesse and his wife, Princess Sophie of Greece and Denmark (a sister of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II ).