Alix De Thouars 37
- Born: 1201, Thouars, Deux-Sevres, Anjou Poitou-Charentes, France 37
- Marriage: Pierre De Dreux I
- Died: 21 Oct 1221, Convent Cordeliers, Nantes, , France aged 20 37
Alix of Thouars (1201-1221) was the nominal Duchess of Brittany between 1206 to her death.
She was the daughter of Constance, Duchess of Brittany and Guy of Thouars. In 1206, King Philip II of France withdrew Brittany from her father and became himself the Regent of the duchy in Alix's name. In 1213, the king organized her marriage to his cousin Peter of Dreux, who became the regent. Alix died in childbirth, without having ever much control over her own inheritance. She was succeeded in the duchy by her son John I, but Peter remained the de facto ruler of Brittany until 1237.
Noted events in her life were:
• She was awarded the title of Duchess of Brittany in 1206
Alix married Pierre De Dreux I. (Pierre De Dreux I was born in 1190 and died in 1251.)