Marie Anne Victoire of Bavaria
|Maria Anna Victoria of Bavaria|
|Dauphine of France|
|Posthumous portrait of Maria Anna Victoria holding the coronet of a Dauphine, François de Troy|
|Spouse||Louis, Dauphin of France|
|Louis, Dauphin of France
Philip V, King of Spain
Charles, Duke of Berry
|Maria Anna Christine Victoria|
|House||House of Bourbon
House of Wittelsbach
|Father||Ferdinand Maria, Elector of Bavaria|
|Mother||Princess Henriette Adelaide of Savoy|
|Born||28 November 1660
|Died||20 April 1690
Palace of Versailles, France
|Burial||Royal Basilica of Saint Denis, France|
Maria Anna Victoria of Bavaria (28 November 1660 – 20 April 1690) was the wife of Louis, the Grand Dauphin. She had three sons including Louis, Duke of Burgundy and Philip V of Spain. She was the sister of Violante Beatrice of Bavaria. In France she was known as Dauphine Marie Anne Victoire.
Issue[change | change source]
- Louis of France, Duke of Burgundy (16 August 1682 - 18 February 1712), Duke of Burgundy and later Dauphin of France; married second cousin Maria Adelaide of Savoy and had the future Louis XV of France;
- Philippe de France (19 December 1683 - 9 July 1746), Duke of Anjou, (later King of Spain); became King of Spain in 1700; married second cousin Maria Luisa of Savoy and had issue; married again Elisabeth of Parma and had issue such as the future Dauphine of France, Infanta Maria Teresa Rafaela of Spain;
- Charles, Duke of Berry (31 July 1686 – 5 May 1714), Duke of Berry, Alençon and of Angoulême Count of Ponthieu; married his first cousin Marie Louise Élisabeth d'Orléans and had issue but none survived over a year.
Thus, through Burgundy and Anjou, Louis ensured the continuation of the senior Bourbon line on the throne of France and the establishment of the cadet Spanish Bourbon dynasty respectively.