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Princess Maria of Romania

This article is about the daughter of Michael of Romania. For the daughter of Ferdinand of Romania who became Queen Consort of Yugoslavia, see Maria of Yugoslavia. For the daughter of Carol I of Romania, see Princess Maria of Romania (1870-1874).

Princess Maria
Spouse Kazimierz Wiesław Mystkowski (1995–2003; divorced)
House House of Romania
Father Michael of Romania
Mother Anne of Bourbon-Parma
Born (1964-07-13) 13 July 1964 (age 49)
Hellerup, Denmark
Religion Romanian Orthodox
Romanian Royal Family

HM The King
HM The Queen

*titled accordingly in private family rules

Styles of
Princess Maria of Romania
Reference style
Her Royal Highness
Spoken style Your Royal Highness
Alternative style Ma'am

Princess Maria of Romania (b. Hellerup, Denmark, 13 July 1964) is the youngest daughter and fifth child of Michael (Mihai), King of Romania, and his wife Queen Anne.

Marriage

On 16 September 1995 in New York City, she married Kazimierz Wiesław Mystkowski (b. Łomża, Poland, 13 April 1958), a Polish Roman Catholic, thus losing her place in the British order of succession. They divorced in December 2003, however, without issue.

Ancestry

See also

  • Line of succession to the Romanian throne

External links

  • The official website of The Romanian Royal Family
Princess Maria of Romania
House of Romania
Born: 13 July 1964
Romanian royalty
Preceded by
Elisabeta Marie Biarneix
Line of succession to the former Romanian throne according to the 2007 Statute
10th position
Succeeded by
None


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