Stanisław Albrecht Radziwiłł

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Prince Stanisław Albrecht Radziwiłł
Born(1914-07-21)21 July 1914
Szpanów Palace [pl], Rovno, Poland - during time when The country was splited between Prussia, Habsburg Monarchy and Russia
Died27 July 1976(1976-07-27) (aged 62)
London, England
Noble familyRadziwiłł
Rose de Mauléon
(m. 1940; ann. 1945)
Grace Maria Kolin
(m. 1946; div. 1958)
(m. 1959; div. 1974)
  • John Stanisław
  • Anthony
  • Anna Krystyna
FatherJanusz Franciszek, Prince Radziwiłł
MotherAnna Lubomirska

Prince Stanisław Albrecht "Stash" Radziwiłł (21 July 1914 – 27 July 1976) was a Polish aristocrat, diplomat, chargé d'affaires of the Polish government in exile at the League of Nations, delegate of the Polish Red Cross, real estate dealer, and director of Olympic Airways.

His parents were Janusz Franciszek, Prince Radziwiłł (1880–1967) and his wife, Princess Anna Lubomirska (1882–1947). Stanisław had two elder brothers, Prince Edmund Radziwiłł (1906–1971) and Prince Ludwik Radziwiłł (1911–1928).


Radziwiłł married Rose de Mauléon (1913–1996), on 10 April 1940,[1] former niece-in-law of Irina Ovtchinnikova, wife of Prince Peter of Greece and Denmark. They had no children and their marriage was annulled in 1945. She later married Baron de Chollet, a Swiss banker.[2]

Radziwill married Grace Maria Kolin on 2 May 1946. They were divorced in 1958. The marriage produced one son:

  • John Stanislaw Radziwill (8 August 1947),[3] who married Eugenia Carras on 14 September 1978. They have two sons and four grandchildren:
    • John Michael Radziwill (29 August 1979)
    • Philip Radziwill (4 February 1981), who married Devon Schuster on 16 January 2010. They have four children:
      • Eugenie Elizabeth Radziwill (24 October 2012)
      • Isabella Sophia Radziwill (17 July 2014)
      • Arietta Grace Radziwill (17 July 2014)
      • Stanislaw Radziwill (2018)

Grace Maria Kolin later married William Ward, 3rd Earl of Dudley (1894–1969) as his third wife, and from 1975, she lived with Robert B. Silvers.[4]

Radziwiłł married Caroline Lee Bouvier Canfield on 19 March 1959. They had two children:

  • Anthony Radziwiłł (4 August 1959 – 10 August 1999), who married Carole Ann DiFalco on 27 August 1994.
  • Anna Christina "Tina" Radziwill (18 August 1960), who married Octavio Arancio in September 1999; they were divorced in 2005.

Later life[edit]

Radziwiłł was one of the organisers of the Sikorski Historical Institute in London and founder of St. Anne's Church at Fawley Court, the site of Divine Mercy College, a school for boys of Polish origin, set up by the Marian Fathers in 1953 near Henley-on-Thames, England.

He died on 27 July 1976, in London, six days after his 62nd birthday. His body was interred in the crypt of St Anne's Church at Fawley Court.[5]


According to Debrett's, although known as Prince Radziwiłł in Britain, on becoming a British subject and in keeping with standard practice, Radziwiłł strictly needed permission from Queen Elizabeth II to use his princely title.[2] The Radziwiłł family held the title Prince of the Holy Roman Empire since the early 16th century. However, noble titles were abolished in Poland and Austria.


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  2. ^ a b "International Set: Unhitching Post". 14 September 1962.
  3. ^ "John Stanisław ks. Radziwiłł na Nieświeżu h. Trąby".
  4. ^ Scott, Janny. "Ideas: One Mind, But What A Mind; Defining the Passions Of the Liberal Elite For Over 2 Decades", The New York Times, November 1, 1997; Kolhatkar, Sheelah. Profile of Robert Silvers, The New York Observer, December 18, 2005; and Death notice, The New York Times, December 31, 2016
  5. ^ "Prince Radziwill Dead at 62; Ex-Husband of Lee Bouvier". New York Times. 29 June 1976. Retrieved 2007-06-21. London, 28 June 1976 (AP) Prince Stanislas Radziwill, former husband of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis' younger sister, Lee Bouvier, died yesterday at the home of a friend, sources close to the family reported today. He was 62 years old.