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Spanish Princess Is the First Royal to Die from Coronavirus

Just Jared Saturday, 28 March 2020
Princess Maria Teresa of Bourbon-Parma, who was the cousin of Spain’s King Felipe IV, is the first royal to die from coronavirus. The 86-year-old royal family member died on Thursday (March 26) in Paris at the age of 86. A mass was held in her honor the next day in Madrid. “On this afternoon… our [...]
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