Anne Christine of Sulzbach
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|Anne Christine of Sulzbach|
|File:Circle of Nicolas de Largillière, portrait of Anne Christine of Sulzbach (1704-1723).jpg|
|Princess of Piedmont|
|Tenure||15 March 1722 – 12 March 1723|
Palace of Sulzbach-Rosenberg
|Died||12 March 1723 (aged 19)|
Royal Palace of Turin, Turin
|Burial||Royal Basilica of Superga, Turin, Italy|
|Spouse||Charles Emmanuel, Prince of Piedmont|
|Issue||Vittorio Amedeo Theodore, Duke of Aosta|
|Father||Theodore Eustace, Count Palatine of Sulzbach|
|Mother||Eleonore Maria Amalie of Hesse-Rheinfels|
Anne Christine of Sulzbach (Anne Christine Louise; 5 February 1704 – 12 March 1723), also called Anne of the Palatinate, was the first wife of Charles Emmanuel, Prince of Piedmont. She died as a result of giving birth.
Anne Christine was born a daughter of Theodore Eustace, Count Palatine of Sulzbach and Eleonore of Hesse-Rheinfels, daughter of William, Landgrave of Hesse-Rotenburg.
On 15 March, 1722 at Vercelli, she married Charles Emmanuel of Savoy, Prince of Piedmont and later King of Sardinia as Charles Emmanuel III. He was the second son of Victor Amadeus II and Anne Marie d'Orléans and the heir apparent to the Savoyard throne. The following year, she gave birth to a son who was created the Duke of Aosta. She died a few days later on 12 March 1723 at the age of nineteen in Turin. Her only child died in 1725 in his second year, thus she has no descendants. She was buried at Turin Cathedral and was moved to the Basilica of Superga in Turin in 1786.
- Vittorio Amedeo Theodore of Savoy (7 March 1723 – 11 August 1725), given the title of Duke of Aosta but died in infancy; buried at Superga.
Titles, styles, honours and arms
Titles and styles
- 5 February 1704 – 15 March 1722 Her Serene Highness Countess Palatine Anne Christine of Sulzbach
- 15 March 1722 – 12 March 1723 Her Royal Highness The Princess of Piedmont