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Catherine Charlotte de Gramont Princess of Monaco Consort 10 January 1662 – 4 June 1678 Spouse Louis I of Monaco Detail Issue Antoine, Prince of Monaco Anna Hippolyte, Duchess of Uzès François Honoré, Archbishop of Besançon Father Antoine de Gramont Mother Françoise Marguerite du Plessis Born 1639 Died 4 June 1678 (aged 39) Palais Royal, Paris, France Catherine Charlotte de Gramont (1639 – 4 June 1678) was a French noblewoman and Princess of Monaco as the wife of Louis I of Monaco and a mistress of Louis XIV of France. Contents 1 Biography 2 The court of Louis XIV 3 Issue 4 Titles, styles, honours and arms 4.1 Titles and styles 5 See also // Biography She was the eldest daughter of Marshal Antoine de Gramont and Françoise Marguerite du Plessis, a niece of Cardinal Richelieu. Catherine Charlotte's elder brother was Armand de Gramont, the celebrated Count of Guiche, known for his arrogance and good looks, who was successively the lover of Philippe of France, Duke of Orléans and Henrietta of England, husband and wife. In 1660, Catherine married Louis de Grimaldi, the 2nd Duke of Valentinois and heir to the throne of Monaco, who is described as "a glorious and avaricious Italian". They had six children. The court of Louis XIV In 1662, she became Princess of Monaco. She visited Monaco in 1662, were she stayed for three years, after which she returned to the French court. The Prince and Princess of Monaco spent more time in Paris than they did in Monaco. The couple were well-established at the royal court of Louis XIV, where Catherine Charlotte held the position of lady-in-waiting to Henrietta of England, sister-in-law and former lover of Louis XIV. Her aunt, Suzanne Charlotte de Gramont, marquise de Saint Chaumont, was also a member of Henrietta's household as the governess of her two daughters, Marie Louise and Anne Marie. Catherine Charlotte's beauty did not go unnoticed. She was renowned for her beauty and wits, and attracted many lovers, including the king, the marquis de Villeroi, and her cousin, "the little Lauzun". Madame de Sévigné described her as "greedy for pleasure", and she was nicknamed Catherine the Torrent. The king, who was losing interest in his mistress, Louise de la Vallière, began an affair with Catherine Charlotte that lasted only a few months. Catherine Charlotte's husband, Louis I, Prince of Monaco, diplomatically left court and went off to war. In reality this was part of a plot designed by Henrietta of England to distract the king from Louise so that she might gain him back for herself. Louis XIV did in fact leave Catherine Charlotte after a few months, not to go back to Henrietta, but in favor of Madame de Montespan. Some gossip has it that, during this short affair, Catherine also had an intimate relationship with Henrietta. She was forced to return to Monaco in 1668 after having been banished from court for her affairs. In 1672, she returned to the French court, were she spent the rest of her life. Catherine Charlotte died in Paris on 4 June 1678, aged 39. Issue Antoine Grimaldi (1661-1731) Prince of Monaco, married Marie of Lorraine. Maria Teresa Carlotta Grimaldi (1662-1738) died unmarried. Anna Hippolyte Grimaldi (1667-1700) married Jacques de Crussol (1675-1739) Duke of Uzès. François Honoré Grimaldi (1669-1748), Archbishop of Besançon. Giovanna Maria Grimaldi Aurelia Grimaldi Titles, styles, honours and arms Titles and styles 1639 – 30 March 1660 Mademoiselle de Gramont 30 March 1660 – 10 January 1662 Her Serene Highness the Hereditary Princess of Monaco 10 January 1662 – 4 June 1678 Her Serene Highness the Princess of Monaco See also v • d • e Consorts of Monaco Vacant Grace Kelly (1956–1982)  · Ghislaine Dommanget (1946–1949)  · Alice Heine (1889-1922)  · Antoinette de Mérode (1856-1864)  · Maria Caroline Gibert de Lametz (1841-1856)  · Maria Caterina Brignole (1757-1770)  · Jacques Goyon de Matignon (1731)  · Marie of Lorraine (1701-1724)  · Catherine Charlotte de Gramont (1662-1678)  · Ippolita Trivulzio (1616-1638)