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María Luisa de Silva y Fernandez de Henestrosa, Infanta of Spain, 1st Duchess of Talavera de la Reina (born 3 December 1880 in Madrid, Spain; died 2 April 1955 in Madrid) was a Spanish aristocrat and the second wife of Infante Ferdinand of Spain, Prince of Bavaria, who was a first cousin and former brother-in law of Alfonso XIII of Spain. She was the second child and elder daughter of Luis de Silva y Ferandez, 10th Count of Pie de Concha and his wife, María de los Dolores Fernández de Henestrosa, herself the daughter of 9th Marquess of Villadarias. At the time of her marriage with widowed Infante Ferdinand in 1914, whose first wife and cousin Infanta Maria Teresa died in 1912, she was created the Duchess of Talavera de la Reina and also attributed with her husband's rank of Infante and style of Royal Highness for life.

Infante Ferdinand of Spain, Prince of Bavaria and Infanta Maria Luisa, Duchess of Talavera de la Reina had no children. Thus, on her death in 1955 her dukedom passed to her nephew, Juan Manuel de Silva y Goyeneche, 20th Marquess of Zahara and 13th Count of Pie de Concha.
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