Marie-Henriette of Habsbourg-Lorraine
Marie-Henriette of Habsbourg-Lorraine (born with Pest, Austria-Hungary [[Budapest], Hungary] the August 23rd 1836, and died with Spa, Belgium the September 19th 1902) is the second queen of the Belgians. She was the girl of the Count Palatine of Hungary Joseph of Habsbourg-Hungary and of the Marie-Dorothée duchess of Wurtemberg.
She made a marriage of convenience in 1853 with the king Léopold II of Belgium. The couple will have four children: the princess Louise, the crown prince Léopold, the princesses Stéphanie and Clementine. Following the death of her son and his disagreement with her husband, it was sovereign very discrete. At the end of its life, it leaves the court to reside at the thermal city of Spa, leaving to the role of first lady to her daughter junior the Clémentine princess. The Marie-Henriette queen is buried in the royal crypt of the church Notre-Dame de Laeken.
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