Marie Juliette Louvet
Maternal grandmother of Rainier III, Prince of Monaco
Marie Juliette Louvet
Marie Juliette Louvet was the lover of the then unmarried Prince Louis II of Monaco and was the mother of his only child, Princess Charlotte of Monaco. Known as Juliette, Louvet was the daughter of Jacques Henri Louvet and his first wife, Jos├ęphine Elmire Piedefer. She married photographer Achille Delmaet, but they divorced in 1893. They had two children, Georges and Marguerite.
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  • 1930
    Age 62
    Died on September 24, 1930.
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  • 1898
    Age 30
    Juliette Louvet became an entertainer of sorts, reportedly a cabaret singer (other sources identify her as a laundress and a dressmaker), then was Prince Louis's lover. She gave birth to their daughter, Charlotte, in Constantine, Algeria, in 1898.
    More Details Hide Details Through her daughter she is the maternal grandmother of Rainier III, Prince of Monaco and Princess Antoinette, Baroness of Massy
  • 1893
    Age 25
    She married photographer Achille Delmaet, but they divorced in 1893.
    More Details Hide Details They had two children, Georges and Marguerite (probably, another bastard daughter of the prince Louis II of Monaco).
  • 1867
    Born on May 9, 1867.
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