Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia is a member of the House of Karageorgevich, a human rights activist and a former presidential candidate for Serbia. She is also known as Jelisaveta Karađorđević.
|Born||April 07, 1936, White Palace, Belgrade, Kingdom of Yugoslavia|
|Issue||Catherine Oxenberg, Christina Oxenberg, Nicholas Augustus Balfour|
|Father||Paul, Prince Regent of Yugoslavia|
|Mother||Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark|
Daughter of Yugoslavian royalty who became a human rights activist and was a candidate for the president of Serbia in 2004.
She studied all over Europe, including England, France, and Switzerland.
She has written four children's books and released two perfume lines.
Her daughter is Catherine Oxenberg.
- Politics of Serbia - The politics of Serbia function within the framework of a parliamentary democracy. The prime minister is the head of government, while the president is the head of state. Serbia is a parliamentary republic composed of three branches of government: an executive, legislature, and judiciary.
- Prince Paul of Yugoslavia - Prince Paul of Yugoslavia, also known as Paul Karađorđević, was Prince Regent of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia during the minority of King Peter II. Paul was a first cousin of Peter's father Alexander I.
- Serbian human rights activists
- Yugoslav princesses
- Karađorđević dynasty
- Candidates for President of Serbia
- Serbian princesses
- People who lost United States citizenship
Latest information about Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia updated on June 14 2021.