In 1868, Eulalia and her family were forced to leave Spain in the wake of the revolution. They lived in Paris, where Eulalia was educated. She received her first communion in Rome from Pope Pius IX . In 1874, Eulalia's brother Alfonso was restored to the throne in place of their mother Queen Isabella II.
Infanta Eulalia, Duchess of Galliera , was the youngest and last surviving child of Queen Isabella II of Spain and Francisco, Duke of Cádiz, and the youngest sister of King Alfonso XII. She authored memoirs that were controversial for their critical perspective and allegations about the political policies of various Spanish and foreign governments.
Infanta Eulalia o Spain (María Eulalia Francisca de Asís Margarita Roberta Isabel Francisca de Paula Cristina María de la Piedad; 12 Februar 1864 – 8 Mairch 1958) wis the youngest an last surviving bairn o Queen Isabella II o Spain an the youngest sister o King Alfonso XII. She authored memoirs that were controversial for their critical ...
May 1, 2011 · Infanta Eulalia of Spain (1864 – 1958) The Infanta (a title given to daughters of the Spanish monarch) incited controversy from a very young age, and consistently caused a furor until the day of her death. The youngest daughter of Queen Isabella II of Spain, Eulalia spent much of her childhood exiled with her family in France.
Sep 29, 2022 · Infanta Eulalia of Spain Boldini - Maria Eulalia bi Giovanni Boldini. Born 12 February 1864 Royal Palace, Madrid, Spain Died 8 March 1958 (aged 94) Irun, Spain Spouse Infante Antonio, Duke of Galliera (m 6 March 1886) Issue Infante Alfonso, Duke of Galliera Infante Luis Fernando: Full name
List of Infantas of Spain List of individuals with title Infanta of Spain ( Infanta de España) by birth or marriage since the reign of Carlos I, under whom the crowns of Castile and Aragon were united, forming the Kingdom of Spain. Individuals holding the title of Infanta are often styled Royal Highness ( Alteza Real ).
In 1868 Eulalia and her family were forced to leave Spain by the revolution. They lived in Paris where Eulalia was educated. She received her first communion in Rome from Pope Pius IX. In 1874 Eulalia's brother Alfonso was restored to the throne in place of their mother Queen Isabella II. Three years later Eulalia returned to Spain.