|Countess of Vertus|
Château de Bois de Vincennes, France
|Spouse||Gian Galeazzo Visconti|
|Issue||Gian Galeazzo Visconti|
Valentina, Duchess of Orléans
|Father||John II of France|
|Mother||Bonne of Bohemia|
Isabella of France (1348–1372) was a French princess and member of the House of Valois, as well as the wife of Gian Galeazzo Visconti, who after her death became Duke of Milan.
Born in Bois de Vincennes, Isabella was the youngest daughter of King John II of France by his first wife, Bonne of Bohemia.
Her maternal uncle Count Amadeus VI of Savoy arranged her marriage with Gian Galeazzo Visconti. As her dowry, Isabella received the county of Sommières, exchanged later for the county of Vertus. On 8 October 1360, Isabella and Gian Galeazzo were married in Milan, and six months later, in April 1361, she was declared sovereign Countess of Vertus. The couple had four children:
Only Valentina lived to adulthood; Isabella died giving birth to Carlo in Pavia in 1372.
|Ancestors of Isabella, Countess of Vertus|
|New title|| Countess of Vertus
April 1361 – 11 September 1372
with Gian Galeazzo