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About Marie Anne de Bourbon

Marie Anne de Bourbon (1)

F, #220213, b. 2 October 1666, d. 3 May 1739

Last Edited=3 Oct 2009

Marie Anne de Bourbon was born illegitimately on 2 October 1666 at Vincennes, France. (1) She was the daughter of Louis XIV, Roi de France and Louise Françoise de la Baume le Blanc, Duchesse de la Vallière. (1) She married Louis Armand I de Bourbon, Prince de Conti, son of Armand de Bourbon, Prince de Conti and Anne Marie Martinozzi, on 16 January 1680 at Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Île-de-France, France. (1)

She died on 3 May 1739 at age 72 at Paris, France, without issue. (1)

    Marie Anne de Bourbon was also known as Mademoiselle de Blois. (1) In March 1667 her birth was legitimised. (1)

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Louis XIV of France

Illegitimate Children of Louis XIV of France

By Louise-Françoise de La Baume Le Blanc, duchesse de La Vallière et de Vaujours (6 August 1644 – 6 June 1710)

-3. Marie-Anne de Bourbon, Mlle de Blois, duchesse de La Vallière, princesse de Conti 2 October 1666 3 May, 1739 Legitimised on 14 May 1667. Married Louis-Armand I de Bourbon-Conti, prince de Conti.

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Marie Anne de Bourbon

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Marie Anne de Bourbon, Légitimée de France, Princess of Conti (2 October 1666 – 3 May 1739) was the eldest legitimised daughter (fille légitimée de France) of King Louis XIV of France and Louise de La Vallière. At the age of thirteen, she was married to Louis Armand de Bourbon, Prince of Conti.



On 16 January 1680, Marie Anne married her cousin, Louis Armand de Bourbon, Prince of Conti, in the chapel of the Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye.


In 1685, her husband contracted smallpox from Marie Anne. Although she recovered, he succumbed after five days. After his death, she was called Madame la Princesse Douairière, and also la Grande Princesse de Conti. She never remarried and even refused an offer of marriage from the Sultan of Morocco, Ismail Ibn Sharif.


The Princesse Douairière died of a brain tumor, in Paris, on 3 May 1739. She was buried in the chapel of Our Lady in the Saint-Roch church in Paris.

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Marie Anne de Bourbon's Timeline

October 2, 1666
Vincennes, France
May 3, 1739
Age 72
Paris, France
chapel of Our Lady in the Saint-Roch church in Paris