Louis, Prince of Condé (1668–1710), was born on November 10, 1668 in Paris, France. He was a member of the ruling House of Bourbon at the French court of Louis XIV and held the title of Prince. Louis, Prince of Condé, was also known by the alias "prince du sang".
His father, Louis Henri, Prince of Condé, and his mother, Anne Henriette of Bavaria, were both members of the French royals. Louis, Prince of Condé, had a diverse family: he was the father of Louise Anne de Bourbon, Louise Élisabeth de Bourbon, Marie Anne Éléonore de Bourbon, Marie Anne de Bourbon, Charles, Count of Charolais, Henriette Louise de Bourbon, Élisabeth Alexandrine de Bourbon and Louis, Count of Clermont.
During his life, Prince Louis of Condé was a citizen of France and was an officer in the armed forces. He passed away on March 4, 1710, also in Paris.