Leopold Maria Alfons Blanka Karl Anton Beatrix Michael Joseph Peter Ignatz von Habsburg-Lothringen (Whew) AKA the Archduke Leopold Maria of Austria, Prince of Tuscany died Willimantic, Connecticut March 14, 1958. He spent the last half of his life as a factory worker.
Leopold was the second son of Archduke Leopold Salvator, Prince of Tuscany and Infanta Bianca of Spain. At the age of 19, he was the last person appointed to the Order of the Golden Fleece by his great uncle, Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria.
Through his mother, after the death in 1931 of his cousin Jaime, Duke of Madrid, Leopold was an heir to the Carlist claims to the throne of Spain, but having given up his aristocratic status upon his marriage to a commoner in 1919, he renounced the claims in favour his youngest brother, Archduke Karl Pius of Austria.
Through his grandmother Princess Maria Immaculata of Bourbon-Two Sicilies he was in the line of succession to the British Throne, ranking around 300th in line at his birth, and descending to approximately 1000th in line at the time of his death.
Known after his marriage he emigrated from Austria to the United States where he sought a career in Hollywood and had several minor roles. He moved to Willimantic, Connecticut where he settled into a small house with his second wife and spent the rest of his life as a factory worker.