Who married Alexandre Colonna-Walewski?

Lady Catherine Caroline Montagu married Alexandre Colonna-Walewski on December 1, 1831.

Marianna Walewska married Alexandre Colonna-Walewski .

Rachel married Alexandre Colonna-Walewski .

Alexandre Colonna-Walewski

Alexandre Colonna-Walewski

Alexandre Florian Joseph, Count Colonna-Walewski (French pronunciation: ​[alɛksɑ̃dʁə kɔlɔna.walɛwski]; Polish: Aleksander Florian Józef Colonna-Walewski; 4 May 1810 – 27 September 1868), was a Polish and French politician and diplomat.

Walewski was widely rumoured to be the (unacknowledged) illegitimate son of Napoleon I by his mistress, Countess Marie Walewska, although her husband (Athanasius, Count Walewski) legally acknowledged him as his own son. In 2013, published scholarship comparing DNA haplotype evidence taken from Emperor Napoleon, from his brother King Jérôme Bonaparte's descendant Charles, Prince Napoléon and from Colonna-Walewski's descendant indicated Alexandre's membership in the genetic male-line of the imperial House of Bonaparte.

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Lady Catherine Caroline Montagu

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Alexandre Colonna-Walewski

Alexandre Colonna-Walewski
 
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Marianna Walewska

Marianna Walewska

Marie-Anne Walewska, Duchess Colonna-Walewski, née di Ricci, (1823–1912), was a French courtier and royal mistress. She served as Première dame d'honneur to Empress Eugénie de Montijo in 1868–1870, and was the last to perform this function in France. She is also known for her relationship to Emperor Napoleon III of France in 1857–1861.

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Alexandre Colonna-Walewski

Alexandre Colonna-Walewski
 
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Rachel

Rachel

Elisabeth Félix (21 February 1821 – 3 January 1858), better known only as Mademoiselle Rachel, was a French actress. She became a prominent figure in French society, and was the mistress of, among others, Napoleon III, Napoléon Joseph Charles Paul Bonaparte and Alexandre Colonna-Walewski, the illegitimate son of Napoleon I. Efforts by newspapers to publish pictures of her on her deathbed led to the introduction of privacy rights into French law.

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