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Old 07-21-2013, 04:15 PM
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Princess Maritza of Orleans-Braganza, who is a landscaper, designed the new garden of Saumaré Palace, the officail residence of the Archbishop of Rio de Janeiro, where the Pope will stay.

Monarquia Já: Talento de Dona Maritza de Orleans e Bragança homenageia o Papa Francisco em sua visita ao Brasil

Princess Maritza of Orleans-Braganza (neé Ribas Bokel) is married to Prince Alberto of Orleans-Braganza, a younger brother of Prince Luiz, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil. They have four children: Princes Pedro Alberto and Antônio Alberto, and Princesses Maria Beatriz and Ana Thereza of Orleans-Braganza.

Princess Maritza has a great talent, I have already saw a lot of her work. Her youngest daughter, Princess Ana Thereza, was my classmate at high school.
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Old 08-03-2013, 04:07 PM
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All the catholics of Brazil must be involved in the Pope's visit. I hope the Members of the Imperial Family will meet the holy Father.
Finally, I can answer your question properly, Cory.

The Imperial Family of Brazil at the World Youth Day:

Princess Cristina of Brazil was a volunteer, helping french speaking Bishops and Cardinals during the event. Princess Graça of Orleans-Braganza was also a volunteer.

Princess Maria Gabriela of Brazil, sixth in the Line of Succession to the Brazilian Throne, took part as pilgrim, she attended the vigil in Copacabana beach. Her cousin, Princess Isabel, Gräfin zu Stolberg-Stolberg, was also a pilgrim, she came to Brazil accompanied by a group of people from Belgium, France, Spain and Luxembourg.

Monarquia Já: Família Imperial na Jornada Mundial da Juventude RIO 2013
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Old 08-14-2013, 04:07 PM
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HI&RH Prince Bertrand, Prince Imperial of Brazil represented the Imperial Family during a solemn session of the Legislative Assembly of São Paulo, to celebrate German Community Day.

The first Empress of Brazil was Archduchess Leopoldina of Austria (1797-1826), daughter of the last Holy Roman Emperor. And Prince Bertrand's mother, Princess Maria Elizabeth, Imperial Consort of Brazil (1914-2011), was a Princess of Bavaria by birth, granddaughter of King Ludwig III of Bavaria (1845-1921).

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Deputada Célia Leão: Solene celebra o Dia da Comunidade Alemã
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Old 08-28-2013, 05:07 PM
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Royal gathering in Rio

The Imperial Family and other relatives have attended the launch party of "Tudo Jóia - dicas preciosas" (Everything Jewelry - precious tips) the new book of Francesca Romana, the italo-brazilian jewelry designer, on August 22, in Rio de Janeiro.

HRH Prince Antônio of Brazil and his daughter, HRH Princess Maria Gabriela of Brazil: http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5501/...f5ce32ab_b.jpg

HRH Prince Eudes of Orleans-Braganza with his wife, Mrs. Mercedes de Orleans e Bragança, his sister, HRH Princess Isabel of Brazil, and niece, HH Princess Alix of Ligne: http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5495/...c587dc39_b.jpg

HRH Princess Luiza, Mrs. Mansour (daughter of Prince Eudes, from his first marriage) and her cousins, Princess Maria Gabriela of Brazil and Princess Alix of Ligne: http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5525/...e95452b2_b.jpg

Mercedes de Orleans e Bragança with her son, Eudes de Orleans e Bragança Filho, his wife, Patrícia de Orleans e Bragança, and their children, twins Eudes de Orleans e Bragança Neto e Valentina de Orleans e Bragança: http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2828/...9668ac75_b.jpg

Mrs. Maria Francisca Braga Ratto (daughter of Prince Eudes of Orleans-Braganza by his second wife, Mercedes) and her sister-in-law, Patricia de Orleans e Bragança: http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5516/...099f3ee3_b.jpg
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Old 08-28-2013, 08:27 PM
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Very nice pictures. Maria Gabriela and Alix are stunning
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Old 08-30-2013, 10:44 AM
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Very nice pictures. Maria Gabriela and Alix are stunning
Yes, and 'm happy to see Princess Isabel so happy. I heard she had a hard time after her mother's death, in 2011. They lived together in Rio, and Princess Isabel is unmarried and childless. I know she's very close to her nephew, Prince Rafael.
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Old 09-04-2013, 02:47 PM
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Newfound pictures of the wedding of HI&RH Prince Luiz, Prince Imperial of Brazil and HRH Princess Maria Pia of the Two-Sicilies, which took place on November 4, 1908, in Cannes, France.


The groom's parents, Princess Isabel, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, and Prince Gaston, Count of Eu and Imperial Consort of Brazil:


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The bride and groom leaving the church:

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A commemorative card (my grandmother owns one of those):

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New interview with the Head of the Imperial House of Brazil

On September 7, the newspaper Gazeta do Povo, from Curitiba, published an interview with His Imperial and Royal Highness Prince Luiz, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, wrote by Yuri Al'Hanati.

“Foi uma emancipação dentro da mesma família” - Vida Pública - Gazeta do Povo

The Prince, 75, talked about the Independence of Brazil and the possibility of a Restoration of the Monarchy.

"'It was a liberation within a family'
Luiz Gastão de Orleans e Bragança, Heir to the Brazilian Throne.

The Independence of Brazil, on September 7, 1822, it was a logical outcome of an extensive negotiation, of economical origins. The Cry of Ipiranga, and emblematic and symbolic scene of the Brazilian History, was the alternative found by Dom Pedro I to stay in power in view of the insurgent movement by brazilian traders who, suddenly, found themselves on the verge of seeing the ports closed for exclusive negotiations with the metropolis. "It was not a bloody rupture, but an emancipation within a family, with all the good effects that it can bring to a new nation", says the Head of the Imperial House, Dom Luiz Gastão Maria José Pio Miguel Gabriel Rafael Gonzaga de Orleans e Bragança e Wittelsbach.

He's a great-great-grandson of Dom Pedro II, and the current heir to the Brazilian throne if the monarchy was established in todays Brazil.

In this exclusive interview, given by e-mail to Gazeta do Povo, D. Luiz talks about his views on the independence, the monarchy and the role of its heirs in a democratic republic. In the opinion of Luiz de Orleans e Bragança, Monarchy is the system which best ensures the three basic conditions for the existence and development of a nation: unity, stability and continuity. ""My role - as all non-reigning Heads of Houses - is to preserve the rich legacy of our Imperial past, passing it from generation to generation, so that it remains alive and known among Brazilians."

[Gazeta do Povo] Brazil was the only country in the Americas which did not became a Republic, when it became independent.Why it happened and why it was important for the country at the time?

[Dom Luiz] This diversity of paths, was largely determined by the previous courses taken by the Portuguese and Spanish Colonies. The despicable attitude from [the spanish] King Fernando VII in view of Napoleon instigated led to the break with Spain and the adoption of the Republican form of government. Unlike his Spanish brother-in-law, the Prince Regent of Portugal, the future D. João VI, was not submitted to the dictator, transferring the Court and the royal government to Brazil, and starting here a vigorous transformation of public institutions. D. João VI was very fond of our country, had become well liked and wanted to stay here, but the Portuguese Cortes imposed his return to Portugal. So he advised his eldest son, D. Pedro, who was left here as Regent, to take the Crown. The Independece of Brazil was not a bloody rupture, but an emancipation within a family, with all the good effects that it can bring to a new nation.

[G.P.] Why the monarchy would be the best system for Brazil?

[D.L.] The Monarchy is the system which corresponds best to the good order placed by God in Creation, ensuring the three basic conditions for the existence and development of a nation: unity, stability and continuity. Monarchy largely prevailed throughout the history of civilized peoples. Year after year, the first places in the rates of income per capita and HDI are occupied by Monarchies. During the Second Reign, Brazil was one of the most respected in the world, with strong institutions, moeada stable, accelerated growth and prestige of the Emperor D. Pedro II, who became arbiter of disputes between European Great Powers.

[G.P.] Nowaday, what's your role, as Head of the Imperial House and Heir to the Throne?

[D.L.] My role - as all non-reigning Heads of Houses - is to preserve the rich legacy of our Imperial past, passing it from generation to generation, so that it remains alive and known among Brazilians, feeding, mereover, the appetite among us for the return of the Monarchy. The preparation of the new generation of Brazilian Princes and Princesses, my nephew and nieces, is thus a constant care.

[G.P.] Who are the Monarchists of today?

[D.L.] In the 1993 plebiscite on the system and form of government, although we had against us the propaganda machine of the government, 13% of the votes were for the Monarchy. Today there is not a single Brazilian who, in good conscience, say that Republic worked. And there are a growing number of Brazilians who see the Restoration of the Monarchical System, which was so successful in the past as being a great alternative to the moral crisis which is plaguing the country.

[G.P.] What are the characteristics of a good Sovereign?

[D.L.] The main characteristic of a good Sovereign is knowing embody the virtues of his people, mirrorig and favoring them at the same time. Like a good father, the Sovereign must encourage the qualities of his children, supporting them in their weaknesses and to restrain their mistakes. He must respect the autonomy of individuals and social groups, and at the same time be an unimpeachable standard of morality.

[G.P.] By what means Monarchy could be restored in Brazil? Do you think this process can happen soon?

[D.L.] A true Monarchy can not be implemented by coup de force of a group, but should come organically by aspiration of the entire nation. Aspirations of these occur in the lives of people in different circumstances, most often by the irremediable failure of a previous situation. In todays, there is a deep discontent, patented here in recent and surprising street demonstrations, a great yearning for something different, something better, something that already existed and we lose ... When this longing become a majority, the Monarchy - great political expression of Christian civilization - may be restored in Brazil, in a stably and beneficent way. When this will happen, only God our Lord knows, but, I believe, much earlier than might appear at first glance.
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Old 09-14-2013, 09:59 AM
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Arqueólogos encontram objectos com o brasão da família real no Rio de Janeiro - PÚBLICO

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The Prince Imperial of Brazil honors the Civil Police of Paraná

A summary from Causa Imperial, a Monarchist page on Facebook.

http://www.facebook.com/CausaImperial

"His Imperial and Royal Highness Prince Bertrand, Prince Imperial of Brazil, was present at a solemn session to honor the 160th anniversary of the Civil Police of Paraná, last Friday, at the Legislative Assembly of Paraná. Sixty policemen, who occupied different position in the Civil Police, received honorable mentions from the House.

The Prince Imperial of Brazil, second in Line to the Throne and a great-great-grandson of Emperor Pedro II (1825-1891), who was responsible for the formation of the Civil Police in Brazil, said:

'My ancestors created the Civil Police. It has changed a lot since, alongside with society. But certainly it has not changed its tradions and principles.'"

The full article, from the news agency of the state of Paraná:

Segurança: Sessão solene na Assembleia marca os 160 anos da Polícia Civil paranaense - Agência Estadual de Notícias

The Prince spent part of his life in Paraná, a state in the South of Brazil, where the Imperial Family lived from 1951 to 1965 (His Imperial and Royal Highness moved to São Paulo in 1959, where he studied Law). Priince Bertrand and his eleven siblings helped his father, Prince Pedro Henrique (1909-1981), who was the Head of the Imperial of Brazil, with the work on the small farm where they lived.
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Old 09-22-2013, 02:57 PM
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HH the Prince and HRH the Princess of Ligne attended the wedding of Prince Félix of Luxembourg with Claire Landemacher. They were accompanied by the children, HH Princess Alix of Ligne and the HH the Hereditary Prince of Ligne.

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The Princess of Linge was born Princess Eleonora of Brazil, Princess of Orleans-Braganza, in 1953. Her older brother is HI&RH Prince Luiz, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil.

Her Royal Highness is the 8th in the Line of Succession to the Brazilian Throne, followed by her son and daughter, as both of them holds dual-citizenship (Brazilian and Belgian).

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HI&RH Prince Bertrand, Prince Imperial of Brazil, will travel to the state of Rio Grande do Sul, in Southern Brazil, to promote his book Psicose Ambientalista (Environmentalist Psychosis).

His Imperial and Royal Highness will be in Porto Alegre, signing copies of the book at Saraiva Bookstore, on october 9, at 19h30.

On october 10, the Prince will be signing copies at the Rural Association of Pelotas.

The book is excellent, and has made some success. I have a copy, signed by the Prince Imperial.

The book's Facebook official page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Psicos...344638?fref=ts

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On September 7, Their Royal Highnesses Princesses Eleonora, Maria da Glória, Luiza, Maria Elisabeth, Maria Eleonora and Maria Thereza of Orleans-Braganza attended the wedding of their second cousin, Countess Marguerite of Nicolay, with Alban Mackay, at Château de Lude, France.

Princess Isabel attended with her husband, Alexander, Graf zu Stolberg-Stolberg, while Princess Maria Elisabeth attended with her husband, Dr. Pablo Trindade.

Princesses Isabel, Maria da Glória and Luiza are daughters of TRH Prince Fernando and Princess Graça of Orleans-Braganza.

Princesses Maria Elisabeth, Maria Eleonora and Maria Thereza are daughters of TRH Prince Francisco and Princess Cláudia of Orleans-Braganza.

Princes Fernando and Francisco are younger brothers of HI&RH Prince Luiz, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil. Both renounced their succession rights, in order to marry commoners.

Countess Marguerite, Mrs. Mackay, is a granddaughter of Princess Pia Maria of Brazil (1913-2000), younger sister of Prince Pedro Henrique of Brazil (1909-1981) who was the Head of the Imperial House of Brazil from 1921 to 1981, and is the paternal grandfather of Princesses Isabel, Maria da Glória, Luiza, Maria Elisabeth, Maria Eleonora and Maria Thereza.

Monarquia Já: Família Imperial do Brasil comparece a eventos na Europa
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Old 09-28-2013, 05:03 PM
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Tonight, HI&RH Prince Bertrand, Prince Imperial of Brazil, will be giving a lecture at the University of the State of Maranhã, about Monarchy and his books Psicose Ambientalista (Environmentalist Psychosis).
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The Prince Imperial in the southern states of Brazil

On October 5, HI&RH Prince Bertrand, Prince Imperial of Brazil attended the VI Monarchist Meeting of the Southern of Brazil, at the Historical and Geographical Institute of Santa Catarina, at the city of Florianópolis (capital of the state of Santa Catarina).

The following day (Sunday), His Imperial and Royal Highness attended a mass in his honor.

On October 9, the Prince Imperial, landed in Porto Alegre (capital of the state of Rio Grande do Sul), accompanied by his privaty secretary, and was received by a entourage of Monarchist and friends. It was the first time in 15 years the Prince was in Rio Grande do Sul.

After a reception, His Imperial and Royal Highness went to ULBRA TV, where he participated in the program "Informação", at 17h00, where he talked about Monarchy and the situation of Brazil's natural resources. Lots of people sent e-mail to ULBRA TV, praising the Prince and agreeing with his ideas for the country.

At 19h30, the Prince Imperial went the a signing of his book, "Psicose Ambientalista", where he talks about the radical ambientalists, who are nothing more than terrorists. There was a great number of young people at the signing, asking for photos with His Imperial and Royal Highness.

The following day, Prince Bertrand went to the Rural Association of the city of Pelotas, to promote his book and sign copies of it. On October 11, His Imperial and Royal Highness attended the 87th Expofeira of Pelotas.



Sources (with pictures):

Monarquia Já: IV Encontro Monárquico Sul Brasileiro - Florianópolis – 5 e 6 de outubro de 2013

Monarquia Já: Dom Bertrand de Orleans e Bragança visita o Sul do Brasil

Monarquia Já: O sucesso da visita de Dom Bertrand de Orleans e Bragança ao Rio Grande do Sul
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Family gathering for the wedding of Marguerite de Nicolay and Alban Mackay

The wedding took place at Château du Lude, on September 7. Marguerite de Nicolay is a granddaughter of the late Princess Pia Maria of Brazil (1913-2000).

A group photo of the newly-married couple with the bride's relatives:

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On the ground (from left to right): Princess Isabel, Countess of Stolberg (neé of Orleans-Braganza); The Princess of Ligne (neé Princess Eleonora of Brazil); Count Alexander of Stolberg.

Front row (from left to right): Countess Charles-Antoine of Liedekerke (the bride's elder sister, born Marie-Adelaide de Nicolay); Princess Maria Beatriz of Orleans-Braganza; Princess Maria da Glória of Orleans-Braganza; Princess Maria Elisabeth, Mrs. Trindade de Souza (neé of Orleans-Braganza); Mrs. Bernado de Almeira Braga Ratto (born, Maria Francisca de Orleans e Bragança); Princess Maria Gabriela of Brazil; the groom, Alban Mackay; the bride, Marguerite Mackay (neé de Nicolay); Princess Maria Eleonora of Orleans-Braganza; Princess Maria Thereza of Orleans-Braganza; Princess Amélia of Brazil; Prince Rafael of Brazil; and Princess Luiza of Orleans-Braganza.

Back row (from left to right): Count Guy of Nicolay; Count François of Nicolay; Mr. Bernardo de Almeira Braga Ratto; Dr. Pablo Trindade de Souza; James Spearman (who is engaged to Princess Amélia); The Hereditary Prince of Ligne; Count Antoine of Nicolay.
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Beautiful photo!
Luiza is visibly pregnant!
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Luiza is visibly pregnant!
Oh, I don't think so, it's almost impossible. Her Royal Highness is unmarried.

I know unmarried women can get pregnant, but not a woman from this Family.
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So this big, protruding belly is from what? A tumor, an abscess?
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But where is the big, protruding belly?
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So this big, protruding belly is from what? A tumor, an abscess?
I don't know.

It's quite common a dress cause an optical illusion. People said they saw a baby belly on The Duchess of Cambridge numerous times before she was pregnant, the same with The Crown Princess of Sweden.

I doubt Princess Luiza is pregnant.
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