A Son For Prince Philip and Princess Danica of Yugoslavia

  February 26, 2018 at 4:52 am by

For the first time in 90 years, a baby Prince has been born on Serbian soil: Princess Danica, wife of Prince Philip, gave birth to the couple’s first child on Sunday February 25th.

The newborn, born at 10:30am, has been named Stefan. Both mother and baby are doing well, according to the Royal Court. To mark the birth, Patriarch Irinej of Serbia allowed the bells of the St Sava Temple in Belgrade to ring.

Prince Philip, the second son of Crown Prince Alexander and his first wife, Princess Maria da Glória, Duchess of Segorbe, and Princess Danica were married in October last year.

The last Prince born in Serbia was Prince Tomislav (1928-2000), son of King Alexander I and Queen Maria.

Filed under Serbia/Yugoslavia
Tagged , , , .

2 Responses to A Son For Prince Philip and Princess Danica of Yugoslavia

  1. Natalya says:

    Heavenly congratulations to the Royal Family of Yugoslav on this long waited and dreamy occasion. May finest blessings of health, wisdom and prosperity escort the Little Prince and the whole Family ! Long Live Yugoslav Monarchy !

  2. Diana Lucia Zotescu says:

    The Serbian Royal Family is related to our Romanian Royal Family (Prince Philip is the great-great-grandson of King Alexander the Ist and Queen Maria (known as Mignon), the daughter of Queen Maria (granddaughter of Queen Victoria of England) and of King Ferdinand of Romania.

    May God bless the newlyborn Serbian Royal offspring.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Royal News to your Email

Royal News Delivered to your Email!

You can get the latest Royal News right in your inbox. Just sign up below and we will send you an email when the latest royal news is posted.

Close [X]