She subsequently left her husband for her young lover, and she received financial support from her son as well as her wealthy half-sister, Simeona, who was married to an important Romanian politician, 1841—1897 and served as a to.
Vojislav died in the same year.
He was unhappily married to a Hungarian countess, , who was unable to bear children.
Katarina died in 1910 in , southern Serbia, where her son, Vojislav was stationed as a soldier, and was buried in Belgrade.
Marriages and issue [ ] That same year of 1868, Katarina, who was 20 years old at the time, married General 16 May 1824- 5 April 1873 , who served as Serbia's Minister of War and who was instrumental in securing the succession to the Serbian throne for Katarina's 14-year-old cousin Milan after commanding the Army to back the young Prince.
They left Serbia and commenced a vagabond existence, living in various places throughout the Austro-Hungarian empire; however, they later returned to Belgrade, where he served as from 4 April 1886 to 4 February 1887.