Ruling family of the Italian Empire, of Franco-Italian origin. The House of Savoy also rules Croatia, and has connections to the royal houses of Albania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary, Montenegro and Iran.
Members of the House of SavoyEdit
- Emperor Vittorio Emanuele III of Italy: the King of Italy, made King of Albania, Emperor of Abyssinia and Emperor of the New Roman Empire by the government of Benito Mussolini, reigned 1900 to 1946
- Empeor Umberto II of Italy: the king of Italy and Emperor of the New Roman Empire, reigned 1946 to 1969
- Emperor Vittorio Emanuele IV: the king of Italy and Emperor of the New Roman Empire, from 1969
- Empress Giovanna of Bulgaria: wife of Tsar Boris II, from 1930
- King Tomislav II of Croatia, Prince Aimone of Aosta: king of Croatia, reigned 1941-1948
- King Zvonimir II of Croatia, Prince Amadeo of Aosta: king of Croatia from 1948
- Queen Maria Pia of Serbia: wife of Aleksandar II, of the House of Karadordevic King of Serbia from 1955
- Prince Amedeo, Duke of Aosta: first cousin to Emperor Vittorio Emanuele III, brother to King Tomislav, grandfather of Emperor Lorinc and related by birth and marriage to the House of Orleans, a branch of the House of Bourbon of France and Spain. Viceroy of Italian East Africa from 1937.
- Princess Margherita, Archduchess of Austria-Este, Queen-Mother of Hungary: daughter of Amadeo, Duke of Aosta, wife of Archduke Robert of Austria-Este of the House of Habsburg, and mother of the Emperor Lorinc I of Hungary
- Princess Mafalda, Queen-Mother of Montenegro: wife of Prince Philip of Hesse-Kessel, of the House of Hesse, mother of King Mavro I of Montenegro and Prince Heinrich of Hesse, Reichsresidentur of Armenia
- Princess Maria Gabriella: wife of Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi of Iran