- Marie of Luxembourg, Queen of France
- Not to be confused with Marie de Luxembourg, Countess of Vendôme.
Marie of Luxembourg Queen consort of France and Navarre
Countess consort of Champagne
Reign 1322–1324 Spouse Charles IV of France House House of Luxembourg
House of Capet
Father Henry VII, Holy Roman Emperor Mother Margaret of Brabant Born 1304 Died 26 March 1324 (aged 19–20)
Marie of Luxembourg (1304 – 26 March 1324) was Queen consort of France and Navarre, second wife of King Charles IV of France. She was the daughter of Emperor Henry VII and Margaret of Brabant. She was a member of the House of Luxembourg.
Marie's siblings were John of Bohemia and Beatrice, Queen of Hungary. John was married to Elisabeth of Bohemia (1292–1330), among their children were, Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor and Bonne of Bohemia. Beatrice married Charles I of Hungary but died while giving birth.
She was married in Paris to Charles IV of France following his divorce from his adulterous first wife, Blanche of Burgundy, on 21 September 1322. Blanche had given birth to two children, Philip and Joan, but both of them died young and so Charles needed a son and heir to carry on the House of Capet.
In 1323, Marie became pregnant but she later miscarried. Whilst pregnant again in March 1324, Marie was involved in a carriage accident, and seriously injured. Her child, a boy (Louis), was born prematurely, and died several hours later; Marie died on 26 March 1324, aged only nineteen, and was buried at Montargis in the Dominican church. Following her death Charles married Jeanne d'Évreux, who also failed to give birth to a son so the direct House of Capet was succeeded its branch, the House of Valois.
Henry V of Luxembourg Henry VI of Luxembourg Margaret of Bar Henry VII, Holy Roman Emperor Baldwin of Avesnes Beatrice of Avesnes Félicité of Coucy Marie of Luxembourg Henry III, Duke of Brabant John I, Duke of Brabant Alice of Burgundy Margaret of Brabant Guy of Dampierre Margaret of Flanders Matilda of Bethune
French royalty Preceded by
Blanche of Burgundy
Queen consort of Navarre
Countess consort of Champagne
Queen consort of France
Queens and Empresses of FranceAdelaide of Aquitaine (987–996) · Rozala of Italy (996) · Bertha of Burgundy (996–1000) · Constance of Arles (1003–1031) · Matilda of Frisia (1034–1044) · Anne of Kiev (1051–1060) · Bertha of Holland (1071–1092) · Bertrade de Montfort (1092–1108) · Adelaide of Maurienne (1115–1137) · Eleanor of Aquitaine (1137–1152) · Constance of Castile (1154–1160) · Adèle of Champagne (1164–1180) · Isabelle of Hainaut (1180–1190) · Ingeborg of Denmark (1193–1193; 1200-1223) · Agnes of Merania (1196–1200) · Blanche of Castile (1223–1226) · Margaret of Provence (1234–1270) · Isabella of Aragon (1270–1271) · Maria of Brabant (1274–1285) · Joan I of Navarre (1285–1305) · Margaret of Burgundy (1314–1315) · Clementia of Hungary (1315–1316) · Joan II of Burgundy (1316–1322) · Blanche of Burgundy (1322) · Marie of Luxembourg (1322–1324) · Jeanne d'Évreux (1325–1328) · Joan the Lame (1328–1348) · Blanche of Navarre (1350) · Joan I of Auvergne (1350–1360) · Jeanne de Bourbon (1364–1378) · Isabeau of Bavaria (1385–1422) · Marie of Anjou (1422–1461) · Charlotte of Savoy (1461–1483) · Anne of Brittany (1491–1498; 1498–1514) · Joan of France (1498) · Mary of England (1514-1515) · Claude of France (1515–1524) · Eleanor of Austria (1530–1547) · Catherine de' Medici (1547–1559) · Mary, Queen of Scots (1559–1560) · Archduchess Elisabeth of Austria (1570–1574) · Louise of Lorraine (1575–1589) · Margaret of Valois (1589–1599) · Marie de' Medici (1600–1610) · Archduchess Anne of Austria (1615–1643) · Archduchess Maria Theresa of Austria (1660–1683) · Marie Leszczyńska (1725–1768) · Archduchess Maria Antonia of Austria (1774–1792) · Princess Marie Joséphine of Savoy* (1795–1810) · Joséphine de Beauharnais (1804–1810) · Archduchess Marie Louise of Austria (1810–1814) · Princess Marie Thérèse of France* (1830) · Princess Maria Amalia of Naples and Sicily (1830–1848) · Eugénie de Montijo (1853–1870)*disputed
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