Catharina of Württemberg
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|Catharina of Württemberg|
|Queen consort of Westphalia
Princess of Montfort
A portrait of Queen Catharina in 1807.
|Queen consort of Westphalia|
|Tenure||22 August 1807 - 26 October 1813|
|Spouse||Jérôme Bonaparte, King of Westphalia|
|Issue||Jérôme Napoléon Charles Bonaparte, 2nd Prince of Montfort
Mathilde Bonaparte, Princesse de San Donato
Napoléon Joseph Charles Paul Bonaparte
|House||House of Bonaparte (by marriage)
House of Württemberg (by birth)
|Father||Frederick I of Württemberg|
|Mother||Augusta of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel|
|Born||21 February 1783
Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire
|Died||29 November 1835
|Burial||Ludwigsburg Palace Church |
Princess Catharina Frederica of Württemberg (21 February 1783 – 29 November 1835) was the second wife of Jérôme Bonaparte.
Catharina was born in Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire to the later King Frederick I of Württemberg and Duchess Augusta of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. At age 5, her mother died and her father married her mother's first cousin Charlotte, Princess Royal.
Marriage and children
- Jérôme Napoléon Charles Bonaparte, 2nd Prince of Montfort
- Princess Mathilde Bonaparte (1820–1904); was prominent during and after the Second Empire as hostess to men of arts and letters.
- Napoléon Joseph Charles Paul Bonaparte (1822–1891); was a close advisor to his cousin, Napoleon III of France; and, in particular, was seen as a leading advocate of French intervention in Italy and of the Italian nationalists.
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