Eleonore of Liechtenstein
Eleonore of Liechtenstein (1745–1812) was a princess of Liechtenstein and a politically influential Austrian salonist. From 1768 onward, she held a discussion circle with a group of people including Emperor Joseph II, who had been in love with her; she was influential upon Joseph, and continued to wield influence after his death in 1790. She was the daughter of Johann Alois, Count of Oettingen-Spielberg, and Therese of Holstein. In 1761 she married Prince Karl Borromäus of Liechtenstein. She and her spouse were the ancestors of a line of the Princely Family of Liechtenstein.