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Queen Maria I of Portugal
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Yes, that was a factual error in my earlier post. But that of Maria I and her uncle, Pedro III, would count as both were Braganzas. Like I said, I wasn't so much interested in the degree of kinship, as in house membership.
I guess you mean D.Maria I .
Portugal: the 1760 marriage of the future Queen Maria II and King Pedro III, who became joint sovereigns, was a union of two Braganzas. Is this correct, or was there a later example? How about earlier Portuguese dynasties ?