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The Children of Maria Luisa of Parma

Maria Luisa of Parma was born Luisa María Teresa Ana to Philip, Duke of Parma and Louise Élisabeth of France. She married Charles IV of Spain.  Their children were:
Carlos Clemente - Died in Childhood
Carlota Joaquina Teresa Cayetana, "Doña Carlota Joaquina of Spain"
Maria Luisa - Died in Childhood
María Amalia, "Infanta María Amalia of Spain"
Carlos Domingo - Died in Childhood
María Luisa Josefina Antonieta Vicenta, "Infanta María Luisa of Spain", later "María Luisa, Duchess of Lucca"
Carlos Francisco de Paula and Felipe Francisco de Paula - Died in Childhood
Fernando Francisco de Paula Domingo Vincente Ferrer Antonio José Joaquín Pascual Diego Juan Nepomuceno Januario Francisco Javier Rafael Miguel Gabriel Calisto Cayetano Fausto Luis Raimundo Gregorio Lorenzo Jerónimo, "Ferdinand VII of Spain"
Carlos María Isidro Benito, "Infante Carlos, Count of Molina"
María Isabel, "María Isabella of Spain"
Maria Teresa - Died in Childhoo…

The Children of Marie José of Belgium

Princess Marie José of Belgium
Princess Marie José of Belgium was born Marie José Charlotte Sophie Amélie Henriette Gabrielle to Albert I of Belgium and Elisabeth of Bavaria. She married Umberto II of Italy, who was born Umberto Nicola Tommaso Giovanni Maria di Savoia, and they were nicknamed "The May Queen and King" because their reign was only 35 days long.
Their children were:

Maria Pia Elena Elisabetta Margherita Milena Mafalda Ludovica Tecla Gennara di Savoia, "Prince Maria Pia of Savoy", "Princess Maria Pia of Bourbon-Parma", "Maria Pia di Savoia"

Vittorio Emanuele Alberto Carlo Teodoro Umberto Bonifacio Amedeo Damiano Bernardino Gennaro Maria di Savoia, "Vittorio Emanuele, Prince of Naples", "Vittorio Emanuele di Savoia"

Maria Gabriella Giuseppa Aldegonda Adelaide Ludovica Felicita Gennara di Savoia, "Princess Maria of Savoy", "Maria Gabriella di Savoia"

Maria Beatrice Elena Margherita Ludovica Caterina Ramona di Savoia, "Princess Maria Beatrice of Savoy", "Maria Beatrice di Savoia", or "Titti"

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