Joachim, 5th Prince Murat
|Tenure||23 October 1901 – 2 November 1932|
|Predecessor||Joachim Joseph Murat|
|Born||28 February 1856|
|Died||2 November 1932 76)(aged|
|Spouse||Marie Cécile Ney d'Elchingen|
|Father||Joachim, 4th Prince Murat|
|Mother||Malcy Louise Caroline Berthier de Wagram|
Joachim Napoléon Murat, 5th Prince Murat (Boissy-Saint-Léger, Val-de-Marne, France, 28 February 1856 – Château de Chambly, Chambly, Oise, France November 2, 1932), was a member of the Bonaparte-Murat family.
Joachim Napoléon Murat was born on 28 February 1856 at Boissy-Saint-Léger, Val-de-Marne, France. His parents were Joachim Joseph Murat, 4th Prince Murat and of Malcy Louise Caroline Berthier de Wagram. His paternal grandparents were Prince Napoleon Lucien Charles Murat, 2nd Prince of Pontecorvo and 3rd Prince Murat, the second son of Joachim Murat, King of Naples, who married Napoleon's sister, Caroline Bonaparte, and Caroline Georgina Fraser (Charleston, South Carolina, 13 April 1810 – Paris, 10 February 1879), daughter of Thomas Fraser.
His maternal grandparents were Napoléon-Alexandre Berthier, 2nd Prince of Wagram (1810–1887) and Zénaïde Françoise Clary (1812–1884), who was the niece of Désirée Clary and Julie Clary. His maternal great-grandfather was Louis-Alexandre Berthier (1753–1815), 1st prince de Wagram, 1st duc de Valangin, 1st sovereign Prince of Neuchâtel, who was a Marshal and Vice-Constable of France beginning in 1808, and Chief of Staff (Major général) under Napoleon.
On 10 May 1884 he married Marie Cécile Ney d'Elchingen, with whom he had eight children:
- Joachim, 6th Prince Murat (1885–1938)
- Princess Marguerite (1886–1956), m. Baron Edgar Lejeune
- Prince Pierre (1887–1888)
- Prince Alexandre (1889–1926) m. Yvonne Gillois
- Prince Charles Michael Joachim Napoleon (1892–1973)
- Prince Paul (1893–1964) m. Solange de La Rochefoucald
- Prince Louis (b. 1896; k.i.a. 1916)
- Prince Jérôme Murat (1898–1992)
Prince Louis died unmarried and Prince Charles had no issue; all the others did.
|Ancestors of Joachim, 5th Prince Murat|
| French nobility|
of the First French Empire
Joachim Joseph Murat
|Prince of Pontecorvo
| Succeeded by|