Aimée du Buc de Rivéry
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Who is Aimée du Buc de Rivéry?
Aimée du Buc de Rivéry was a French heiress, a cousin of Empress Josephine, who went missing at sea at the age of eleven. There is a legend that she was captured by Barbary pirates, sold as a harem concubine, and was the same person as Nakşidil Sultan, a Valide Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, though there is no evidence of this.
- also known as Aimee du Buc de Rivery, Naksh-i-Dil Haseki
- born on (247 years ago) in Martinique
- ethnicity: French people
- religion: Islam, Catholicism
- Marriage with Abdul Hamid I
- died on (198 years ago) in Istanbul
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