Princess Margareta of Romania

Princess Margareta of Romania

Crown Princess Margareta of Romania is the daughter of King Michael I of Romania and Princess Anee of Bourbon-Parma.

Her father name her heir presumptive to Romania’s abolished throne in 1997.

She was formerly styled Princess Margareta of Romania and also Princess of Hohezollern-Sigmaringen.

Princess Margareta of Romania was born on March 26, 1949. She was born in  exile in Lausanne, Switzerland as the first of the King and Queen’s 5 daughters.

Her godfather is Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh.

She has no children and she married a commoner by the name of Radu Duda (also from Romania). His mother and father were both highly educated. His father was Professor Dr. René Duda and his mother was Dr. Gabriela Duda.

In 1990, after 50 years of exile of the Romanian royal family from Romania, Crown Princess Margareta and Princess Sophie visited Romania for the first time following the Romanian revolution and overthrow of the Communist dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu.