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Female Alix (Adelaide) of Champagne Click to view Alix (Adelaide) of Champagne in the family tree

Alix (Adelaide) of was born about 1140 in Blois, Loir-et-Cher, Orleanais/Centre, France.  Alix (Adelaide) of's father was Theobald IV Comte de Blois , (II) de Champagne and her mother was Mathilde (Maud) von Sponheim of Carinthia.  Her paternal grandmother was Adela of Normandy , Princess of England. She had two brothers and two sisters, named Henry I Comte de, Theobald V Comte de, Marie of Champagne & and Agnes de Ligny de.  She was the youngest of the five children.  She died on June 4th, 1206 in Paris, Seine, Ile-de-France, France.  She was buried in Abbaye de Potigny, Calvados, Normandy, France.

Alix (Adelaide) of's family with Louis VII "The Younger" King of France

‌Alix (Adelaide) of and Louis VII "The Younger" King of were married in a religious ceremony on October 18th, 1160 in 3rd wife.  They had a son and two daughters, named Philip II "Philip Augustus" King of, Alix Princess of and Agnes Anna de Capet Princess of.

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