Maria Galitzine Wiki – Bio – Biography
Maria Galitzine was the Princess of Austria. She is the daughter of Prince Piotr Galitzine and Princess Maria-Anna Galitzine. She has died in Houston, Texas. Her obituary says her cause of death was “from a sudden cardiac aneurysm.”
Maria Galitzine has died at the age of 31 years old.
According to The Houston Chronicle, Maria’s father is “the chairman and CEO of TMK IPISCO, a Russian-owned gas, and pipe-making company.” Her two sisters also live in Houston, Texas. Maria filled her Facebook page with photos showing her with family and friends.
she was survived by her sisters Xenia Galitzine de Matta, Tatiana Galitzine Sierra and Princess Alexandra, her brothers, Princes Dmitri and Ioann, and her parents, Princess Maria-Anna (born Archduchess of Austria) and Prince Piotr Galitzine.
According to Hola!, the princess married her husband, who is the chef at the Derek Hotel in Houston, only three years ago in a “romantic ceremony at her parents’ Texan home.”
The publication says the family has been beset with tragedy as Maria’s niece died of coronavirus. The princess was described in that article as a private person who didn’t court the limelight.
Princess had a 2-year-old son named Maxim.
Earlier Life, Education
Galitzine was born in Luxembourg. She attended the German School of Moscowin 1993 and then proceeded to a College of Art & Design in Belgium.
According to her obituary, the princess built a career in interior design. “She returned with the family to Russia as a 5-year-old in 1993, attending the German School of Moscow,” the obit reads.
The princess built a career in interior design. Her obituary read, “Upon graduation, she moved to Belgium to attend the CAD school. Afterward, she lived and worked in Brussels, Chicago, and Houston, specializing in interior design and furnishing.”