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Old 04-09-2017, 07:42 AM
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I suppose it depends if the people in question are intersted of course. I assume they will not get any money for attending such events. But attendance at a regular basis comes with quite some costs; especially when the duchess is invited too. The Portuguese RF is not a rich one. I can imagine that the prince of Beira will need to hold a regular job to provide for himself and a future family.

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Old 04-09-2017, 11:48 AM
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Maybe the State can provide assistance when needed and give a reimbursement for costs of representation. It is all "small money" on a State Budget. When the Duke or Duchess of Braganca attend the State Funeral of -let us say- a former monarch, then they can get (logistic and facilitary) assistance from the Embassy.

Maybe the Duke can make use of assistance from the Prime Minister's Office or from the armed forces. As we see in Romania, a residence in use, some staffing, some assistance, some ceremonial provided by the armed forces, that seems already sufficient to let a "Court organization" work.

It would be nice that when a royal visits Portugal, there is also an audience with the Duke and Duchess of Braganca. Comparable with Romania, last week, where Princess Margareta received the Prince of Wales in audience at Elisabeta Palace.

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