Claus Felix von Amsberg
|Claus Felix von Amsberg|
|Spouse||Baroness Gösta von dem Bussche-Haddenhausen|
IssueSigrid von Amsberg
Prince Claus of the Netherlands
Rixa von Amsberg
Margit von Amsberg
Barbara von Amsberg
Theda von Amsberg
Christina von Amsberg
German: Klaus Felix Friedrich Leopold Gabriel Archim Julius August von Amsberg
|Father||Wilhelm von Amsberg|
|Mother||Elise von Vieregge|
1 September 1890|
|Died||19 December 1953
Jasebeck, West Germany
Claus Felix von Amsberg (German: Klaus Felix Friedrich Leopold Gabriel Archim Julius August von Amsberg; 1 September 1890 – 19 December 1953) was a member of the German Niederer Adel (lower nobility) and father of Prince Claus of the Netherlands, who was the Prince Consort of Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, thus making him the father-in-law of the Dutch Queen.
In 1928 he moved with his family to Tanganyika (now Tanzania), where he remained during the outbreak of World War II as the manager of an Anglo-German tea and sisal plantation. He returned to Germany in 1947.
Claus married in 4 September 1924 at Hitzacker to Baroness Gösta von dem Bussche-Haddenhausen (1902–1996), daughter of Baron George von dem Bussche-Haddenhausen and Baroness Gabriele von dem Bussche-Ippenburg.
Together they had six daughters and one son:
- Sigrid von Amsberg (born 26 June 1925), married in 1952 to Bernd Jencquel, had issue.
- Claus von Amsberg (6 September 1926 – 6 October 2002), married in 1966 to Beatrix of the Netherlands, had issue.
- Rixa von Amsberg (18 November 1927 – 2010), married to Peter Ahrend
- Margit von Amsberg (16 October 1930 – 1988), married in 1964 to Ernst Grubitz, had issue.
- Barbara von Amsberg (born 16 October 1930), married in 1963 Günther Haarhaus, had issue.
- Theda von Amsberg (born 30 June 1939), married in 1966 to Baron Karl von Friesen, had issue.
- Christina von Amsberg (born 20 January 1945), married in 1961 to Baron Hans Hubertus von der Recke, had issue.
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