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Mathilde Bonaparte

Mathilde Bonaparte (1820 - 1904) was a daughter of Napoleon's brother Jerome Bonaparte and his second wife Catharina of Württemberg. She was prominent during and after the Second French Empire as a hostess to men of arts and letters.

She married Prince Anatole Demidoff di San Donato on November 1 1840 in Florence, Italy and hence became Princess Mathilde. They had no children.