Anne de Bretagne, born 1477 in Nantes, France. On the death of her father (Duke Francis II of Brittany) in 1488, she inherited the title of Duchess of Brittany and Countess of Montfort. In 1490 (age 13) she married by proxy Maximilian I of Austria, which conferred upon her the title Queen of the Romans. In 1491 she was forced to marry Charles VIII, King of France, and her first marriage was annulled. When Charles died, she married his successor, Louis XII. She died in 1514.