National Coach Museum, Royal Riding Arena, Lisbon
Amélie d'Orléans (1856-1951), a French princess who was born in exile (England), became Queen Consort when she married King Carlos. She witnessed the murder of her husband and eldest son, Prince Luis Filipe. Her other son, Prince Manuel, ascended the throne (reigned for less than three years) and was deposed by a republican coup d'état in 1910. The royal family left Portugal and went to England, but the queen would die in Versailles, France.