|Prince François of Monaco|
|Count of Thorigny|
|Born||4 February 1726|
Hôtel Matignon, Paris, France
|Died||9 December 1743(aged 17)|
|Father||Jacques I of Monaco|
|Mother||Louise Hippolyte of Monaco|
Prince François of Monaco, Count of Thorigny (François Charles; 4 February 1726 – 9 December 1743) was a Monégasque prince and member of the House of Grimaldi. He was known by his title Count of Thorigny.
Life[change | change source]
Born in Paris.
Born at the "Hôtel Matignon" in Paris, he was the eighth child of the reigning Princess Louise Hippolyte of Monaco and her husband Prince Jacques I. His father was the Count of Thorigny but the title was given to François. His older brother Honoré III would later become the next Prince of Monacao when their father died in 1751.
He died unmarried and childless
References[change | change source]
- Also spelt as "Torigni"
- His father's townhouse in Paris
- Through his mother's side