Prince Henry of Battenberg was a morganatic descendant of the Grand Ducal House of Hesse. He was the son of Prince Alexander of Hesse and by the Rhine, and his wife, Countess Julia von Hauke. He married Queen Victoria's youngest child, Princess Beatrice of the United Kingdom, and became a member of the British Royal Family.
A member of the Italian House of Savoy, Prince Aimone, the Duke of Aosta, also served as a Royal Italian Navy officer. He was later made the king of Croatia by Italian king Emmanuel III but refused to accept his kingship as a mark of protest against the Italian occupation of the Dalmatia region.
Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa was an Italian writer best remembered as the last Prince of Lampedusa. Tomasi is quite popular for his novel The Leopard which was published posthumously in 1958. His life and career inspired a docufilm titled Die Geburt des Leoparden which was directed by Luigi Falorni and screened at the 14th Rome Film Festival.
Prince Amedeo, Duke of Aosta was an Italian prince who served as Italian East Africa's Viceroy during the Second World War. The time that he spent in Italian Cyrenaica was portrayed in the 1981 epic historical war film, Lion of the Desert. Prince Amedeo was the third Duke of Aosta.
The twin of Maria Teresa, Maria Anna of Savoy was born to Victor Emmanuel I, the king of Sardinia. She later became the empress of Austria and queen of Hungary through her marriage to Ferdinand I of Austria. After her husband abdicated, she lived with him in Prague and was involved in philanthropy.
A 12th-century prince of Antioch and Taranto, Bohemond II was the son of Bohemond of Taranto and Antioch and Constance of France. He married the daughter of Baldwin II, who served as the regent of Antioch, and joined him in a campaign in Damascus, eventually getting killed by Muslim forces in the process.