Cristina de Borbón von Handenberg, daughter of the Duke of Seville, dies at the age of 44

Cristina Elena de Borbón von Handenberg, the youngest daughter of the 6th Duke of Seville, Francisco de Paula de Borbón y Escasany and Beatriz von Hardenberg, has died at the age of 44 at Puerta de Hierro hospital in Madrid after suffering an accident. He died at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, as the magazine has progressed Hello! 

Your body will be transferred this Thursday to the San Isidro Tanatorium, which tomorrow, Friday, will remain open from ten a.m. to 4 a.m. A resper uswill be held at six o't and the funeral will be organized in a month's time. The aristocrat – whose father is a cousin of King Juan Carlos and his mother, former director of the magazine Vogue – has been accompanied by her family until the time of her death, as explained by the same publication.

Olivia de Borbón's sister , married to Julián Porras since 2014 – studied communication at the College for International Studies of Madrid and then tourism. But he eventually devoted himself to gastronomy and trained on  the Institute of Culinary Education in New York, United States. There he remained for four months and at the age of 26 had already done internships in restaurants such as Balzac, El Cenador de Salvador or Horcher. She even set up her own home catering company: Cristina de Borbón.

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From Bourbon von Handenberg, who lived in the Madrid municipality of Las Rozas, he had a very close relationship with his brothers, Olivia and Francisco, and his nephews. Something he showed off on his social media, where he also shared his passion for animals and snapshots of his pets. He has been, like the rest of his family, closely linked to the Costa del Sol because his grandmother's cousin, Maria Josepha , Princess of Fustenberg, Alfonso de Hohenlohe helped boost the growth of&;Marbella.