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  1. Lady Mary Victoria Douglas-Hamilton, also known as Mary Victoria Hamilton (11 December 1850 – 14 May 1922), was a Scottish noblewoman who was the Hereditary Princess of Monaco by marriage to Albert, Hereditary Prince of Monaco.

  2. Maria Vitória Douglas-Hamilton (em inglês: Mary Victoria Douglas-Hamilton; Hamilton, 11 de dezembro de 1850 — Budapeste, 14 de maio de 1922) foi uma nobre escocesa e a primeira esposa de Alberto I, Príncipe de Mônaco.

  3. Biographie. Lady Mary Victoria Douglas-Hamilton, ou simplement Lady Mary Victoria Hamilton, née le 11 décembre 1850 à Hamilton en Écosse et morte le 14 mai 1922 à Budapest, était la fille de William Hamilton, 11e duc de Hamilton et 8e duc de Brandon (1811-1863) et de la princesse Marie Amélie de Bade (1817-1888), fille du ...

  4. Mary Victoria Douglas-Hamilton (11 December 1850 – 14 May 1922) was born in South Lanarkshire; her father was William Hamilton, a Scottish aristocrat who at the time was styled Marquess of Douglas and Clydesdale; in 1852 he inherited his father’s titles and became 11th Duke of Hamilton.

  5. 19 de out. de 2019 · On 10 September, 1889, after the death of his father Charles III, Albert I became the Prince of Monaco and had to return from the distant Atlantic waters to the solid ground to run the Principality. By that time he was already divorced from his first wife, Mary Victoria Hamilton.

  6. 3 de set. de 2019 · The fair and amiable Lady Hamilton is the Emperor’s cousin. 1. Lady Mary Victoria Douglas-Hamilton was born on 11 December 1850 as the daughter of William Hamilton, 11th Duke of Hamilton and his wife, Princess Marie Amelie of Baden.

  7. English: Lady Mary Victoria Douglas-Hamilton ( Hamilton Palace, Lanarkshire, Scotland, December 11, 1850 – Budapest, May 14, 1922) was the great-grandmother of Prince Rainier III of Monaco, the fashion designer Egon von Fürstenberg, and the socialite and actress Ira von Fürstenberg.