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Male Louis VII "The Younger" Capet Click to view Louis VII "The Younger" Capet in the family tree

Louis VII "The Younger" was born in 1120 in Reims, Marne, Champagne-Ardenne, France.  Louis VII "The Younger"'s father was Louis VI Capet of France and his mother was Adelheid di Savoia.  His paternal grandparents were Philippe I Capet of France and Bertha Von Friesland; his maternal grandparents were Humbert II de Maurienne & Savoy and Gisele De Macon De Bourgogne. He had six brothers and a sister, named Philippe, Henri, Robert of, Hugues, Pierre I, Philippe and Constance of.  He died at the age of 60 on September 18th, 1180 in Paris, France.  He was buried on September 19th, 1180 in Notre Dame de Barbeau (near Fontainbleu) France.

Louis VII "The Younger"'s first family with Constanza Alfonsez

‌Louis VII "The Younger" and Constanza were married in a religious ceremony after 1152 in Castile, Spain.  They had a daughter named Alys of.

Louis VII "The Younger"'s second family with Adele De Champagne

‌Louis VII "The Younger" and Adele were married in a religious ceremony after 1160.

Louis VII "The Younger"'s third family with Eleanor d'Aquitaine et Poitou

‌Louis VII "The Younger" and Eleanor d'Aquitaine et were married in a religious ceremony in Bordeaux Cathedral, Marne, France.  Their marriage was annulled about 1152 in Verberie sur Oise, France.  They had a son and three daughters, named Philippe II Auguste of, Alix, Marguerite of and Marie.

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