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Old 03-14-2015, 04:01 PM
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It seems Prince D. Rafael, the only surviving son of Prince D. Antônio de Orléans e Bragança and of Princess Christine de Ligne, is in a relationship with Miss Talita Vaccaro, an actress and event organizer. She is not noble or royal.

Of course it is all quite premature and we have seen that relationships not always lead to marriages (see the British Prince Harry linked to Chelsey Davy, Cressida Bonas, etc.). The question is: what will happen in case Prince Rafael marries Miss Vaccaro?

Actual line of succession

1. Prince D. Luís Gastao de Orléans e Bragança (1938)
2. Prince D. Bertrand de Orléans e Bragança (1941)
3. Prince D. Antônio de Orléans e Bragança (1950)
4. Prince D. Rafael de Orléans e Bragança (1986)
5. Princess D. Maria Gabriela de Orléans e Bragança (1989)


Imagine that Prince D. Rafael intends to marry his girlfriend, an act which has -so far- resulted in the loss of dynastic rights. That will mean his sister Princess D. Maria Gabriela becoming the future Chef of the Brazilean House? To keep this "Orléans" or "Bragança" she could then marry with a French or Portugese Prince.

Princess D. Maria Gabriela is 7 years older than Prince D. Afonso de Santa Maria de Bragança, eldest son of the Duke and Duchess of Bragança née De Herédia, see picture:
http://0.fotos.web.sapo.io/i/obc133e...500_ZGdRA.jpeg

Princess D. Maria Gabriela is 9 years older than Prince Philippe d'Orléans, the eldest son of the Duke and Duchess of Chartres née Manos, see picture of the boy aged 11, he is now 17 (no pic found):
http://www.noblesseetroyautes.com/wp...009/12/a15.jpg

Princess D. Maria Gabriela is 15 years younger than Prince Foulques d'Orleans, Duc d'Aumale, youngest son of the Duke and Duchess of Orléans nee De Sabran-Pontèves, see picture:
http://www2.pictures.gi.zimbio.com/F...HqM3Ix6gAx.jpg

Princess D. Maria Gabriela is 13 years younger than Prince Robert d'Orleans, eldest son of the Count and Countess de la Marche née Gordon-Orr, see picture:
http://www.noblesseetroyautes.com/wp...011/09/d17.jpg

There are really not that many options left to keep the Brazilean House Orléans e Bragança "in the family" (except marrying someone else from the wider imperial family). The closest age gap is with Prince D. Afonso de Santa Maria which brings the prospect of uniting the Houses of Brazil and Portugal in one hand...
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Old 03-14-2015, 05:59 PM
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It seems Prince D. Rafael, the only surviving son of Prince D. Antônio de Orléans e Bragança and of Princess Christine de Ligne, is in a relationship with Miss Talita Vaccaro, an actress and event organizer. She is not noble or royal.

Of course it is all quite premature and we have seen that relationships not always lead to marriages (see the British Prince Harry linked to Chelsey Davy, Cressida Bonas, etc.). The question is: what will happen in case Prince Rafael marries Miss Vaccaro?
No one knows what will happen, but I don't think asking him to renounce his title and rights would be the wisest idea.

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Actual line of succession

1. Prince D. Luís Gastao de Orléans e Bragança (1938)
2. Prince D. Bertrand de Orléans e Bragança (1941)
3. Prince D. Antônio de Orléans e Bragança (1950)
4. Prince D. Rafael de Orléans e Bragança (1986)
5. Princess D. Maria Gabriela de Orléans e Bragança (1989)
Actually, the line of succession has a few more names:

6. Princess Isabel of Brazil (b. 1944).
7. The Princess of Ligne (b. 1953).
8. The Hereditary Prince of Ligne (b. 1989).
9. Princess Alix of Ligne (b. 1984).

After them, the Headship of the Imperial House can be claimed by descendants of Princesses Leopoldina (Princess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha and Duchess of Saxe by marriage; 1847-1871), Januaria (Princess of the Two-Sicilies and Countess of Aquila by marriage; 1822-1901) and Francisca (Princess of Orleans and of Joinville by marriage; 1824-1898) who have Brazilian citizenship. If I'm not mistaken, there around forty individuals who can claim the Brazilian Throne.


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Imagine that Prince D. Rafael intends to marry his girlfriend, an act which as -so far- resulted in the loss of dynastic rights. That will mean his sister Princess D. Maria Gabriela becoming the future Chef of the Brazilean House? To keep this "Orléans" or "Bragança" she could then marry with a French or Portugese Prince.

Princess D. Maria Gabriella is 7 years older than Prince D. Afonso de Santa Maria de Bragança, eldest son of the Duke and Duchess of Bragança née De Herédia, see picture:
http://0.fotos.web.sapo.io/i/obc133e...500_ZGdRA.jpeg

Princess D. Maria Gabriella is 9 years older than Prince Philippe d'Orléans, the eldest son of the Duke and Duchess of Chartres née Manos, see picture of the boy aged 11, he is now 17 (no pic found):
http://www.noblesseetroyautes.com/wp...009/12/a15.jpg

Princess D. Maria Gabriella is 15 years younger than Prince Foulques d'Orleans, Duc d'Aumale, youngest son of the Duke and Duchess of Orléans nee De Sabran-Pontèves, see picture:
http://www2.pictures.gi.zimbio.com/F...HqM3Ix6gAx.jpg

Princess D. Maria Gabriella is 13 years younger than Prince Robert d'Orleans, eldest son of the Count and Countess de la Marche née Gordon-Orr, see picture:
http://www.noblesseetroyautes.com/wp...011/09/d17.jpg

There are really not that many options left to keep the Brazilean House Orléans e Bragança "in the family" (except marrying someone else from the wider imperial family). The closest age gap is with Prince D. Afonso de Santa Maria which brings the prospect of uniting the Houses of Brazil and Portugal in one hand...
If Princess Maria Gabriela becomes the direct heiress, she'd never be allowed to marry the heir of another dynasties. History tells us that Brazilians don't like to share their Sovereign with another country, as Emperor Pedro I (1798-1834) was not allowed to be King of Portugal and keep the Crown of Brazil.
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Old 03-14-2015, 06:53 PM
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If Princess Maria Gabriela becomes the direct heiress, she'd never be allowed to marry the heir of another dynasties. History tells us that Brazilians don't like to share their Sovereign with another country, as Emperor Pedro I (1798-1834) was not allowed to be King of Portugal and keep the Crown of Brazil.
Yes, but there is no Emperor in Brazil and there is no King in Portugal. It is most unlikely that ánd in Brazil, ánd in Portugal, at the same time the monarchies will be restored...

A marriage of D. Maria Gabriela de Orléans e Bragança e Ligne, Princess of Brazil with D. Afonso de Santa Maria de Bragança e Herédia, Prince of Beira, Duke of Barcelos would be spectacular and rejuvenate the Brazilean and Portugese case.

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Old 03-14-2015, 07:15 PM
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Yes, but there is no Emperor in Brazil and there is no King in Portugal. It is most unlikely that ánd in Brazil, ánd in Portugal, at the same time the monarchies will be restored...

A marriage of D. Maria Gabriela de Orléans e Bragança e Ligne, Princess of Brazil with D. Afonso de Santa Maria de Bragança e Herédia, Prince of Beira, Duke of Barcelos would be spectacular and rejuvenate the Brazilean and Portugese case.

There's no Emperor of Brazil or King of Portugal, but I'm sure the Brazilian monarchists wouldn't like to share the Head of the Imperial House with Portugal.

In my opinion, the most suitable husband for Princess Maria Gabriela would be a minor royal or noble willing to live and raise their children in Brazil.
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Old 03-16-2015, 11:47 AM
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Yesterday it was Princess Amélia's 31st birthday. Even though she's not a member of the Imperial Family anymore, Causa Imperial, the major monarchist page on Facebook, paid tribute to Her Royal Highness.

Also, according to Causa Imperial, Princess Amélia and James have moved from London to Madrid, where she's working as an architect.

https://www.facebook.com/CausaImperi...type=1&theater

I can't believe Princess Amélia is a 31 years old woman, I can still remember when she was just an adorable and shy little girl. I'm really getting old.
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Old 03-28-2015, 09:03 AM
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On Easter, Prince Antonio and Princess Christine attend Mass at the Parish of Saint Rita of Cascia and then distribute chocolate and other gifts amongst the girl who live in the orphanage that belongs to the Parish.

This social project, called Páscoa Solidária (Solidary Easter), has existed for six years, and always had the support of Their Royal Highnesses.

Source: Causa Imperial

https://www.facebook.com/CausaImperi...type=1&theater
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Old 04-14-2015, 12:45 PM
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On Easter Sunday, Prince Antonio participated of the Solidary Easter project, at the Orphanage of Saint Rita of Cascia, in Rio de Janeiro.

After attending Mass at the parish attached to the Orphanage, His Royal Highness distributed boxes of chocolate among the eighty girls who lives there. The Prince also handed donations to the orphanage and played with the kids.

Prince Antonio has taken part in this project every year for six years now. His wife, Princess Christine, was unable to attend.

The Facebook page of the Imperial House of Brazil published some pictures:

https://www.facebook.com/promonarqui...20351998201384
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Old 05-14-2015, 02:08 PM
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Yesterday, it was the 127th anniversary of the signing of the Golden Law, by Princess Isabel (1846-1921), then Princess Imperial and Regent of Brazil, abolishing slavery in Brazil.

The Church of the Imperial Brotherhood of Our Lady of the Rosary and Saint Benedict of the Black Men, in Rio de Janeiro, celebrate a thanksgiving Mass in honor of Princess Isabel and the Golden Law.

Representing the Imperial Family, Prince Antonio (great-grandson of Princess Isabel) and his wife, Princess Christine, were present.

Prince Antonio hold a speech and Princess Christine was presented with camellias, the flower which is symbol of the Brazilian abolitionist campaign of the 19th century (Princess Isabel was called the Princess of the Camellias).

The process of beatification of Princess Isabel has already been opened by the Vatican.

Some pictures:

https://fbcdn-sphotos-h-a.akamaihd.n...bec267f64acd01

https://fbcdn-sphotos-e-a.akamaihd.n...2afc1e7f31d2fa

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On Saturday, Prince Antonio and Princess Christine were official guests, as representatives of the Imperial Family, at the celebration of the bicentennial of the city of São João Nepomuceno, on the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais.

The presence of the couple was an allusion to the fact that Prince Antonio's great-great-great-grandmother, Empress Leopoldina of Brazil (1797-1826) was born an Archduchess of Austria, daughter of Emperor Franz II of Austria (1768-1835), the last Holy Roman Emperor, who was also King of Bohemia - which is nowaday part of the Czech Republic.

The city's patron and namesek, St. John Nepomuk was born in Bohemia.

Representatives of the Czech Republic and of the Catholic Church were also present.

No pictures were released yet.
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To mark the 6th anniversary of Prince Pedro Luiz's tragic death, Pró Monarquia, the Secretariat of the Imperial House of Brazil, published a tribute to him on it's Facebook page.

https://www.facebook.com/promonarqui...type=1&theater

May the late Prince rest in peace, as well the other victims of that horrible plane crash.

I still recall that dreadful day.

My thoughts and prayers are with Prince Antonio, Princess Christine, Prince Rafael and Princesses Amélia and Maria Gabriela. I hope this will be a day of happy memories, of the time they spent with their son and brother.
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Thank you for reminding us Cris. What a tragic accident it was indeed. I can't believe it is already six years ago.
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Yes thank you Cris M what the tragedy.
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It was a great tragedy.
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I've just found this very rare and lovely picture of Prince Antonio and Princess Christine as young parents, with their newborn son, the late Prince Pedro Luiz, back in 1983.

https://fbcdn-sphotos-b-a.akamaihd.n...18f1ba062a40c2

The picture was part of an article from the magazine Manchete, about the Imperial Family.

Princess Christine has aged so well.
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Princess Christine has aged so well.
She did indeed, as did her sister-in-law the princess de Ligne, Princess Margriet and Britain's Benjamin Button, the countess of Wessex.

Thanks for sharing that photo. The loss of a child is something very difficult to cope with. My grandparents had to go through the same ordeal and never recovered fully. There is a life 'before' and a life 'after'.
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She did indeed, as did her sister-in-law the princess de Ligne
Indeed!

When I look at the Princess of Ligne's wedding picture, when she was 28, and this recent picture of her, aged 62, the most noticeable difference is the change in hair colour!

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com...7e5f028465.jpg

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The loss of a child is something very difficult to cope with. My grandparents had to go through the same ordeal and never recovered fully. There is a life 'before' and a life 'after'.
The Family was really comforted by their strong Catholic faith. But I remember Princess Christine was truly devasted. Sadly, they'll never fully recover, not really.

Even now, six years later, to see their pain in pictures is heartbreaking.

http://lh5.ggpht.com/_IiqtR-OghpI/Si...jpg?imgmax=800

http://www.abril.com.br/imagem/voo-4...aganca-01g.jpg

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On Tuesday, Prince Antonio and Princess Christine will visit the Law School of the University of Coimbra, in Portugal.

The couple is in Portugal (the land of Prince Antonio's ancestors) in a "semi-official" visit, organized by Brazilian and Portuguese monarchists.

Príncipe do Brasil e de Orléans e Bragança visita a UC | Notícias UC | A UC como nunca a viu.
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Princess Maria Gabriela is now living and working in Belgium, which is quite good for her marriage prospects.

Her Royal Highness has a degree in Advertising and works as a publicist.

And today she turns 26!
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