Princess Mathilde Bonaparte wearing a diamond eagle tiara. The eagle is an emblem of the House of Bonaparte. "If it weren't for him [Emperor Napoleon, her uncle], I'd be selling oranges in the streets of Ajaccio.
Princess Mathilde Bonaparte was a daughter of Emperor Napoleon's brother Jerome and Princess Catherina of Wurttemberg, the second of Jerome's three wives. Mathilda herself was married twice and, like many of the Bonapartes, had no children.