Princesses of Montenegro

This is a list of princesses of Montenegro, including those who continued to use the title after Montenegro, Serbia and the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (later Yugoslavia) ceased to be monarchies.

Princesses by bloodEdit

Image Name Birth Death Spouse Father
Olga Petrović Njegoš 19 March, 1859

Cetinje, Montenegro

21 September, 1896 (Aged 37)

Venice, Italy

Danilo I, Prince of Montenegro[1]
Princess Zorka of Montenegro 23 December, 1864

Cetinje, Montenegro

16 March, 1890 (Aged 25)

Cetinje, Montenegro

Peter I of Serbia Nicholas I of Montenegro[2]

 

Princess Milica of Montenegro[3] 14 July 1866

Cetinje, Montenegro

5 September 1951 (Aged 85)

Alexandria, Kingdom of Egypt

Grand Duke Peter Nikolaevich of Russia
  Princess Anastasia of Montenegro 4 January 1868

Cetinje, Montenegro

15 November 1935 (Aged 67)

Cap d'Antibes, French Third Republic[4]

George Maximilianovich, 6th Duke of Leuchtenberg

Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich of Russia

Princess Marija of Montenegro 29 March 1869 7 May 1885 (Aged 16)

St. Petersburg, Russia

 

Elena of Montenegro[5] 8 January 1873

Cetinje, Montenegro

28 November 1952 (Aged 79)

Montpellier, France

Victor Emmanuel III of Italy

 

Princess Anna of Montenegro[6] 18 August 1874

Cetinje, Montenegro

22 April 1971 (Aged 96)

Montreux, Switzerland

Prince Francis Joseph of Battenberg

 

Princess Xenia of Montenegro[7] 22 April 1881

Cetinje, Montenegro

10 March 1960 (aged 78)

Paris, France

 

Princess Vjera of Montenegro[8] 22 February 1887

Rijeka Crnojevića, Montenegro

31 October 1927 (Aged 40)

Cap d'Antibes, France

Princess Altinaï of Montenegro[9] 27 October 1977 (age 44)

Les Lilas, France

Anton Martynov Nicholas, Crown Prince of Montenegro

Princesses by marriageEdit

For a list of Princesses and Queens Consort, see List of Montenegrin royal consorts.

Image Name Birth Death Spouse Father

 

Duchess Jutta of Mecklenburg-Strelitz[10] 24 January 1880

Neustrelitz, Mecklenburg-Strelitz, German Empire

17 February 1946 (aged 66)

Rome, Kingdom of Italy[11]

Danilo II, Crown Prince of Montenegro Adolphus Frederick V, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz

(m. 1899; died 1939)

 

Natalija Konstantinović 10 October 1882

Trieste, Austria-Hungary

21 August 1950 (aged 67)

Paris, France

Prince Mirko of Montenegro[12]

Gaston Errembault de Dudzeele

Colonel Alexander Konstantinović
  Violet Wegner 1887 1960 (aged 73) Comte Sergio Francesco Enrico Maria Brunetta d'Usseaux[13]

Prince Peter of Montenegro

William T. Wegner[14]
Geneviève Denise Charlotte Prigent 4 December 1919,

Saint-Brieuc

26 January 1990 (aged 29),

Lannion

Michael, Prince of Montenegro Dr. François Marie Prigent
Francine Navarro 27 January 1950

Casablanca

6 August 2008 (aged 58),

Paris

Nicholas, Crown Prince of Montenegro Antoine Navarro
Véronique Haillot Canas da Silva 27 July 1976

São Sebastião da Pedreira, Lisbon

Boris Petrovitch Njegosh

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