This is likely the first photograph ever taken of the Princess.
surrounded by friends, c. 1860. The small boy seated on top of the tree is Dominique (right), son of the Countess of Barral.
The marriage between Gaston of Orleans and Dona Isabel of Braganza at the Imperial Chapel
photograph by Augusto Stahl
The oath of the Princess Imperial as regent of the Empire of Brazil
Princess Isabel with her father
portrait of the Princess Imperial and the Count of Eu with their son Pedro, Prince of Grão-Pará, by Karl Ernst Papf
Open mass on commemorating the abolition of slavery. Isabel and her husband can be seen under a canopy to the left
Members of The Brazilian Royal Family Princess Isabel, Prince Gaston Count of Eu, Prince Luís, Prince Pedro Princess Maria and Countess Elisabeth in Exile in France
de jure Empress of Brazil, and the Count of Eu with their son Prince Luís, his wife and children