Princess Françoise, Mademoiselle d'Estouteville

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Princess Françoise of Monaco
Mademoiselle d'Estouteville[1]
The Family of the Duke of Valentinois, Pierre Gobert.jpg
Mademoiselle d'Estouteville (third from left) in 1733 by Gobert
Born(1728-07-20)20 July 1728
Died20 June 1743(1743-06-20) (aged 14)
Hôtel Matignon, Paris, France
Full name
Marie Françoise Thérése Grimaldi[1]
HouseGrimaldi
FatherJacques I of Monaco
MotherLouise Hippolyte of Monaco

Princess Françoise of Monaco (Marie Françoise Thérése; 20 July 1728 – 20 June 1743) was a member of the House of Grimaldi and a daughter of the-then reigning Princess Louise Hippolyte of Monaco. She was known as "Mademoiselle d'Estouteville".[1]

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Given the names Marie Marie Françoise Thérése, she was the youngest daughter of the-then reigning Princess Louise Hippolyte of Monaco and her consort Prince Jacques I of Monaco. She known as "Mademoiselle d'Estouteville" taken from one of her father's dukedoms. She never married and died as a result of smallpox in Paris.[1]

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