King Pedro V of Portugal (1837-1861) and Stephanie of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, Queen of Portugal (1837-1859) Photo taken by Wenceslau Cifka in 1859 “ The marriage by proxy took place on 29 April 1858...

King Pedro V of Portugal and Stephanie of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, Queen of Portugal Photo taken by Wenceslau Cifka in 1859 “ The marriage by proxy took place on 29 April

Infanta Marie Anne of Portugal with her six daughters August 1920

Maria Ana of Portugal and her daughters, all Princess of Luxembourg (but Marie Adelheid, who was Gdss )

Pedro Antonio Vidal. Felipe III, 1617

King Philip III of Spain (and Philip II of Portugal) - Reign: 13 September 1598 – 31 March 1621

Felipe III, Juan Pantoja de la Cruz, 1601-2

Juan Pantoja de la Cruz Philip III of Spain, Museum, Vienna. Pinning for the visible details on the shoes.

Their Majesties Dom Pedro V and Dona Estefania of Portugal.

SM a Rainha D. Estefânia de Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen de Portugal e o SMF o El-Rei D. Pedro V de Portugal e dos Algarves.

Reina Estefania Rainhas Portuguesas

Reina Estefania Rainhas Portuguesas

Rainha D. Amélia de Portugal (à esquerda) com as irmãs, Princesa D.Isabel, Duquesa de Guise e a Princesa D. Luisa, de Sicílias. Editorial: Real Lidador Portugal Autor: Rui Miguel

Queen Amelia of Portugal (left) with sisters, Isabelle (sit), Duches of Guise and Louise, Pss of Due sicilies. Louise is maternal grandmother of King Juan Carlos of Spain and Isabelle of the current duke of Paris, Henri.

Dona Mafalda de Sabóia, primeira raínha consorte de Portugal.

Mafalda de Saboya - she married D. Afonso Henriques in 1146 (had 7 children in 12 years, died of labouring). Sancho became King of Portugal after his father's death.

Manuel de Bragança, Infante de Portugal - WikiVisually

Manuel de Bragança, Infante de Portugal - WikiVisually

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