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Published on Apr 27, 2019
Duchess MarieGabrielle in Bavaria (German: MarieGabrielleMathildeIsabelleThereseAntoinetteSabineHerzogin in Bayern; 9 October 1878 in Tegernsee, Bavaria – 24 October 1912 in Sorrento, Italy) was the youngest daughter of Duke Karl Theodor in Bavaria and his second wife, Infanta Maria Josepha of Portugal. She married Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria in 1900 but died before he became Crown Prince. Through her second son Albrecht, MarieGabrielle was the grandmother of the present Duke of Bavaria, Franz.Her parents were ophthalmologist Karl Theodor, Duke in Bavaria, a member of the House of Wittelsbach and kinsman of the Kings of Bavaria, and his second wife, Princess Maria José of Bragança, a daughter of King Miguel I, exiled monarch of Portugal. Her paternal aunt was Empress Elisabeth of Austria (Sissi) and one of her sisters was Elisabeth in Bavaria, consort of Albert I of Belgium. Brought up mainly in Possenhofen Castle, she and her siblings had a happy childhood. She had an inclination for drawing, and in this was supported by her father.On 10 July 1900 in Munich at the Allerheiligen-Hofkirche, MarieGabrielle married her second cousin once-removed, Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria.He was the eldest son of Prince Ludwig of Bavaria (later Prince Regent and King of Bavaria) and Maria Theresia of Austria-Este. The wedding was attended by Prince Joachim of Prussia, representing his father Emperor Wilhelm II.After their marriage, the couple settled down in Bamberg, Bavaria, where Rupprecht was head of an army corps. Like her parents, she was a great lover of science and nature, as well as poetry and music.Her husband Rupprecht became the heir apparent when his father became King of Bavaria in 1913, however, MarieGabrielle had died from renal failure the previous year and never became Crown Princess of Bavaria. Her husband later remarried, to her first cousin Princess Antoinette of Luxembourg, on April 7, 1921.MarieGabrielle was interred at Theatinerkirche in Munich near her deceased children. Her only child to survive to adulthood was her second son Albrecht, who succeeded his father as the head of the House of Wittelsbach in 1955.