Their children were:
Joan (1200–1223), married Raoul II of Lusignan (died 1250), Seigneur d"Issoudun and Count of Eu. Alice (1204–1266), married Robert I (died 1262), Count of Clermont et Dauphin of Auvergne
Hugh IV (1213–1272), his successor in the Duchy
Beatrice (born 1216), married Humbert III of Thoire (died 1279)
The marriage was arranged in 1196 as a part of the peace between her father and Odo, who had been engaged in a long lasting conflict, and took place in 1199. As a dowry, she was granted several of her father"s land, while Odo granted her father undisputed ownership of his land.
As Hugh V was five years old, Alice became the regent of Burgundy during his minority with the title "Ducissa mater ducis Bourgogne".
In 1225, she managed to prevent a conflict with Dauphine. She acquired Beaune and Chalon through purchase.
In 1227, she signed an alliance with Champagne against Nevers. She spent her long retirement as an appreciated benefactor of religious communities.