Sabina de Iturbide y Huarte

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Sabina de Iturbide y Huarte
Princess of Mexico
Born 30 December 1810
Valladolid (now Morelia), Michoacán, New Spain
Died 15 July 1871 (aged 60)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Burial Church of St John the Evangelist
Full name
Sabina María de la Concepción de Iturbide y Huarte
Imperial House House of Iturbide
Father Agustín I of Mexico
Mother Empress Ana María
Religion Roman Catholicism
Styles of
Sabina de Iturbide y Huarte
Coat of arms of Mexico (1821-1823).svg
Reference style Her Highness
Spoken style Your Highness
Alternative style Ma'am

Doña Sabina de Iturbide y Huarte, Princess of Mexico (30 December 1810 in Valladolid (now Morelia), Michoacán – 15 July 1871, Philadelphia)[1] was a Mexican princess during the short-lived First Mexican Empire and a member of the Imperial House of Iturbide. She was the eldest daughter of Agustín de Iturbide and Ana María de Huarte y Muñiz. She was given the title of Princess of Mexico when her father was elected as the Mexican Emperor. She given the style of Highness, as the style of Imperial Highness was reserved for only the Prince Imperial of Mexico, the heir apparent to the throne. This position was held by her brother Don Agustín Jerónimo de Iturbide y Huarte.[2]

Se was settled in Paris in December 1865.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Royal Ark
  2. ^ Casa Imperial