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Princess Anne Élisabeth of France

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Princess Anne Élisabeth of France

Princess Anne-Élisabeth
Fille de France
Father Louis XIV of France
Mother Maria Theresa of Spain
Born (1662-11-18)18 November 1662
Louvre, France
Died 30 December 1662 (aged 42 days)
Louvre, France

Princess Anne Élisabeth of France (born 18 November 1662 in Louvre d. 30 December 1662 in Louvre) - the second child and first daughter of Louis XIV of France and his Spanish wife Infanta Maria Teresa of Spain.

Born at the Palais du Louvre in Paris, she was named after her grandmothers - Anne of Austria and Elisabeth of France. As a daughter of the king, she was a Fille de France. This gave her the style of Her Royal Highness. The young princess died at the palace of the Louvre where she had been born. She was buried at the Royal Abbey at Saint Denis outside the capital.

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