Victoire Jeanne Joséphine Pierre Marie Emmanuelle (Emanuela) de Dampierre (Rome, 8 November 1913 – Rome, 3 May 2012), a noblewoman, daughter of the French nobleman Roger de Dampierre, 2nd Duke of San Lorenzo Nuovo and Viscount of Dampierre, Nobleman of Viterbo (1892–1975) and of the Italian noblewoman Donna Vittoria Ruspoli (1892–1982), daughter of Emanuele Ruspoli, 1st Prince of Poggio Suasa and his third wife English American Josephine Mary Curtis. Don Jaime and Donna Emanuela married on On 4 March 1935, in Rome, and had two sons, named for Jaime's hemophiliac brothers, Alfonso and Gonzalo:
Alfonso, Duke of Anjou and Cádiz (1936–1989)
Gonzalo, Duke of Aquitaine (1937–2000)
Don Jaime and Emmanuelle de Dampierre Ruspoli divorced on 4 May 1947 in Bucharest (recognized by the Italian courts in 1949 but never recognized in Spain).
On 3 August 1949 in Innsbruck, Don Jaime remarried civilly to divorced singer Charlotte Luise Auguste Tiedemann (Königsberg, 2 January 1919 – Berlin, 3 July 1979), daughter of Otto Eugen Tiedemann and wife Luise Klein. In the eyes of the Roman Catholic Church and of the French legitimists, Emmanuelle de Dampierre remained always his wife.