Spain Princess Maria Teresa Dies from Coronavirus: First Royal to Die from COVID-19

Princess Maria Teresa’s brother stated in a report on Facebook that she had passed away after testing positive for the novel coronavirus.

She was 86. The princess is a part of the Home of Bourbon-Parma. She’s the very first Royal to perish from the book coronavirus.

“S.A.R. Don Sixto Enrique de Borbon admits this Thursday, March 26, 2024, his sister Maria Teresa de Bourbon Parma and Bourbon Busset, sufferer of coronavirus COVID-19, has passed away in Paris, in eighty-six years old,” an article on her brother’s account reads.

Her funeral was held on Friday in Madrid.

“Don Sixto Enrique is extremely pitiful and begs for prayers because of his sister’s endless rest,” the article reads.

Born in Paris in 1933, Princess Maria Teresa became a professor in the Sorbonne and in the Complutense University of Madrid of Paris and finished her schooling, Folks reports.

According to overseas media accounts, Princess Maria Teresa was also called the”Red Princess” due to her simple opinions and activist work.

Numerous nieces and nephews survive princess Maria, according to a report in sunlight.

The death toll in Spain coronavirus climbed exceeding China’s, Associated Press reported on March 26. The Parliament agreed to extend the state of emergency by two weeks which has enabled it to keep a lockdown.

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