Hélène Napoleone Bonaparte

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Hélène Napoleone Bonaparte (1816–1910) was the daughter of Albine de Montholon.[1] Her father was either her mother's husband, Charles Tristan, marquis de Montholon, or Napoleon I. Albine became pregnant on the way to Saint Helena; Napoleon was to be exiled. As she had two partners at the time – her husband and Napoleon – who begot Hélène is unknown.[citation needed] She did, however, bear a striking similarity to Napoleon, and was named after him.

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  1. ^ NAPOLEON BONAPARTE THE EMPEROR OF FRANCE 1769 TO 1821 FRENCH REVOLUTION