Members of the French Royal Families

Members of the French Royal Families

This is a list of non-ruling members of the French royal family. It includes royal consorts, children, and some grandchildren, as well as more recent members of the French Royal House.

See also: Kings of France family tree, List of French monarchs, Carolingians, Capetian dynasty, House of Capet, House of Valois, House of Bourbon, House of Orleans

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Hugh Capet of France (c. 939–996, r. 987–996)

Robert II of France (972–1031, r.996–1031)

Henry I of France (1008–1060, r.1031–1060)

  • Wives
  • Children (from Anna)
    • Philip I of France (1052–1108)
    • Emma (b.1054)
    • Robert (1055–1060)
    • Hugh the Great, Count of Vermandois {also called Hugh Crepi Magnus}(1057–1101); m. Countess Adelaide of Vermandois

Philip I of France (1052–1108, r.1060–1108)

Louis VI of France (1077–1137, r.1108–1137)

  • Wives
  • Children from Lucienne
    • Isabelle (1105–1175), m. William of Vermandois, Lord of Chaumont
  • Children from Adelaide

Louis VII of France (1120–1180, r.1137–1180)

Philip II of France (1165–1223, r.1180–1223)

Louis VIII of France (1187–1226, r.1223–1226)

  • Wife: Blanche of Castile (1188–1252) daughter of Alfonso VIII of Castile
  • Children
    • Philip (1209–1218)
    • Louis IX of France (1215–1270)
    • Count Robert I of Artois (1216–1250); m. Matilda of Brabant
    • Philip (1218–1220)
    • John, Count of Anjou and Maine (1219–1232)
    • Alphonse, Count of Poitou and Toulouse (1220–1271); m. Countess Jeanne of Toulouse
    • Dagobert (1222–1232)
    • Isabelle, Abbess of Longchamp (1224–1269)
    • Stephen (b.1225)
    • Charles I of Anjou, King of Sicily (1226–1285); m.1 Beatrice of Provence; m.2 Margaret of Burgundy
      • Kings of Sicily
    • plus three unnamed daughters who died young

Louis IX of France (1215–1270, r.1226–1270)

Philip III of France (1245–1285, r.1270–1285)

Philip IV of France (1268–1314, r.1285–1314)

Louis X of France (1289–1316, r.1314–1316)

Philip V of France (1291–1322, r.1316–1322)

  • Wife: Joan II, Countess of Burgundy (1291–1329)
  • Children

Charles IV of France (1295–1328, r.1322–1328)

Philip VI of France (1293–1350, r.1328–1350)

John II of France (1319–1364, r.1350–1364)

  • Wives:
    • Bonne of Luxemburg (1315–1349)
    • Joanna I, Countess of Auvergne and Boulogne (1326–1360)
  • Children from Bonne
  • Children from Jeanne
    • Blanche (1350–1353)
    • Catherine (1352–1353)

Charles V of France (1337–1380, r.1364–1380)

Charles VI of France (1368–1422, r.1380–1422)

Charles VII of France (1403–1461, r.1422–1461)

Louis XI of France (1423–1483, r.1461–1483)

Charles VIII of France (1470–1498, r.1483–1498)

  • Wife: Anne, Duchess of Brittany (1477–1514)
  • Children
    • Charles-Orland, Dauphin of Viennois (1492–1495)
    • Charles, Dauphin of Viennois (1496)
    • Francis, Dauphin of Viennois (1497–1498)
    • Anne (1498)

Louis XII of France (1462–1515, r.1498–1515)

Francis I of France (1494–1547, r.1515–1547)

Henry II of France (1519–1559, r.1547–1559)

Francis II of France (1544–1560, r.1559–1560)

Charles IX of France (1550–1574, r.1560–1574)

Henry III of France (1551–1589, r.1574–1589)

Henry IV of France (1553–1610, r.1589–1610)

Louis XIII of France (1601–1643, r.1610–1643)

Louis XIV of France (1638–1715, r.1643–1715)

Louis XV of France (1710–1774, r.1715–1774)

  • son of Louis, Duke of Burgundy, Louis XIV's eldest grandson
  • Wife: Princess Marie Leszczynska of Poland (1703–1768)
  • Children and Agnatic Grandchildren:

Louis XVI of France (1754–1793, r.1774–1792)

Louis XVIII of France (1755–1824, r.1814–1824)

  • Wife: Marie Josephine Louise of Savoy (1753–1810)

Charles X of France (1757–1836, r.1824–1830)

  • Wife: Princess Maria Theresa of Savoy (1756–1805)
  • Children:
    • Louis-Antoine, Duke of Angoulême, called Louis XIX of France by legitimists (1775–1844), m. Princess Marie-Thérèse-Charlotte, daughter of Louis XVI
    • Sophie (1776–1783)
    • Charles Ferdinand, duc de Berry (1778–1820), m. Princess Maria Carolina of The Two Sicilies (1798–1870)
      • Louise-Isabelle (1817–1817)
      • Louise-Marie-Thérèse (1819–1864); m. Duke Charles III of Parma
      • Henri, comte de Chambord (1820–1883), m. Archduchess Maria Theresa of Austria-Este (1817–1886)
    • Marie Thérèse (1783–1783)

Louis Philippe I, King of the French (1773–1850, r.1830–1848)

  • The great-great grandson of Duke Philippe II of Orléans, the Regent at the beginning of the reign of Louis XV, Louis Philippe was considered a usurper by legitimists. first ruler of the House of Orleans
  • Wife: Maria Amalia of the Two Sicilies (1782–1866)
  • Children and Agnatic Grandchildren:
    • Ferdinand-Philippe, Crown Prince of France (1810–1842), m. Hélène, Duchess of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1814–1858)
      • Philippe, Comte de Paris (1838–1894) m. Maria Isabel d'Orléans, Infanta of Spain (1848–1919), his first cousin
      • Robert, Duc de Chartres (1840–1910) m. Princess Françoise of Orléans (1844–1925), his first cousin
    • Louise-Marie (1812–1850), m. King Leopold I of the Belgians
    • Marie (1813–1839), m. Duke Alexander of Württemberg
    • Louis, Duc de Nemours (1814–1896), m. Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1822–1857)
      • Gaston, Comte d'Eu, Prince of Brazil (1842–1922), m. Isabel, Princess Imperial of Brazil (1846–1921)
      • Ferdinand, Duc d'Alençon (1844–1910), m. Sophia, Duchess in Bavaria (1847–1897)
      • Marguerite Adelaide (1846–1896), m. Prince Wladislaw Czartoryski
      • Blanche (1857–1932)
    • Françoise (1816–1818)
    • Clémentine (1817–1907), m. Prince August of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
    • François, Prince de Joinville (1818–1900), m. Infanta Francisca of Brazil (1824–1898)
      • Françoise (1844–1925), m. her first cousin, Robert, Duc de Chartres (1840–1910)
      • Pierre, Duc de Penthièvre (1845–1919)
    • Charles, Duc de Penthièvre (1820–1828)
    • Henri d'Orléans, duc d'Aumale (1822–1897), m. Princess Maria Carolina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (1822–1869)
      • Louis, Prince de Condé (1845–1866)
      • Henri, Duc de Guise (1847–1847)
      • François, Duc de Guise Vandour (1852–1852)
      • François, Duc de Guise (1854–1872)
    • Antoine, Duc de Montpensier, Infant of Spain (1824–1890), m. Infanta Luisa of Spain (1832–1897)
      • Maria Isabel d'Orléans, Infanta of Spain (1848–1919), m. Philippe, Comte de Paris (1838–1894), her first cousin
      • Maria Amalia d'Orléans, Infanta of Spain (1851–1870)
      • Maria Cristina d'Orléans, Infanta of Spain (1852–1852)
      • Maria de la Regla d'Orléans, Infanta of Spain (1856–1861)
      • Fernando d'Orléans, Infant of Spain (1859–1873)
      • Mercedes d'Orléans, Infanta of Spain (1860–1878), m. King Alfonso XII of Spain
      • Felipe d'Orléans, Infant of Spain (1862–1864)
      • Antonio d'Orléans, Infant of Spain, Duke of Galliera (1866–1930), m. Infanta Eulalia of Spain (1864–1958)
      • Luis d'Orléans, Infant of Spain (1867–1874)

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