Talk:Infanta Ana de Jesus Maria of Portugal

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Apparently Portugal did not have in 1820's a surplus royal prince to wed Ana, and recognize her child. That would have been the usual solution to a situation of a princess being pregnant.

However, marriage with a Marquis is not very unbecoming to a royal princess, using the standard of today, but also using the medieval standard. Several princely families have originated from marriages of royal daughters with a nobleman. Cf Mortimer, Stuart, Hohenstaufen, Coucy of Soissons... 17:53, 25 Jun 2005 (UTC)


Amidst the edit-warring over the title of Dona Ana de Jesus Maria de Bragança and her article, didn't any of the warriors bother to read the article, and notice that she was never Duchess of Loulé? So for accuracy's sake, the article must be re-named. FactStraight (talk) 04:08, 14 October 2009 (UTC)

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