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Old 09-21-2016, 01:29 PM
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The succession now is limited to the legitimate/legitimatized descendants of Rainier III - or Albert, Caroline, Stephanie, and their descendants (with some exceptions).

If Albert were to die, then the succession would become his legitimate/legitimatized descendants - or Jacques and Gabriella. Everyone else in the succession would be removed from the succession.

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Purely theoretical, but should P.Albert and P.Charlene divorce and P.Albert remarry the mother of his daughter Jazmin (or his son's mother for that matter).... would Jazmin then be elligible to be in the line of succession?

Jazmin is ineligible because of the nature of the affair that lead to her conception - her mother was still married to another man, so she can't be legitimatized under Monegasque law.

If Albert were to marry Alexandre's mother, though, not only would Alexandre be in the line of succession but he would also be above Jacques and Gabriella (as he's male and older).
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Old 09-10-2017, 05:23 PM
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Some persons are taking their wishes for the reality as we are saying in my country.

Albert is married with Charlene and the heredditary prince is Jacques and the princess Gabriella is the spare and second in linie.

Albert is not fool
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THe law is still that if the Monarch has not got an heir, the state woudl be annexed to France?
That WAS true as a condition of a treaty that was signed after the first world war. However, a new treaty was formed between France and Monaco in 2002: It says that even if there are no heirs to the throne when the reigning Prince dies, Monaco remains a sovereign nation.
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Yes, exactly. One of the many achievements of his late Serene Highness Rainier III. Probably the most clever and skilled ruler in the Principality's very long history.
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Yes, exactly. One of the many achievements of his late Serene Highness Rainier III. Probably the most clever and skilled ruler in the Principality's very long history.
Yes! Monaco's sovereignty was everything to him. As long as he could ensure that ... Just that alone is reason to call him a great monarch, but of course there are many reasons.
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