Augusta Amalia wearing a dark dress

From arrayedingold.blogspot.ie/2012/10/a-sacrifice-for-my-country-princess.html fixed right side lower edge. Her sacrifice for Bavaria worked well - according to her Wikipedia article "...Although originally promised in marriage to the heir of Baden, Charles, the engagement was broken at the behest of Napoleon I of France. On 14 January 1806 in Munich, Augusta married Eugène de Beauharnais, only son of Josephine de Beauharnais and Alexandre, vicomte de Beauharnais and stepson of Napoleon. Although a diplomatic marriage, this union would turn out to be a happy one. In 1817, Augusta's father created his son-in-law Duke of Leuchtenberg and Prince of Eichstädt, with the style Royal Highness.

Augusta and Eugène had seven children..."

Augusta Amalia wearing a dark dress From arrayedingold.blogspot.ie/2012/10/a-sacrifice-for-my-country-princess.html fixed right side lower edge

The waist band's up turned center and her cleared forehead date this to the middle 1810s. Her décolletage treatment is eye-catching.

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