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Old 03-09-2012, 07:54 PM
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Interesting BBC News Magazine article on recent Abolished, Restored, Restituted Monarchies and Royals - includes Serbia and Crown Prince Alexander.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2hi/uk_news/magazine/7426349.stm
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BBC NEWS | UK | Magazine | What do monarchs do next?
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Old 03-10-2012, 10:07 AM
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Very interesting. In fact it isnot easy to manage to have a new life after the gold life of a king.
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Old 03-12-2012, 10:24 AM
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Prince Vladimir seems to very present in the life of the Serbian society.
Princess Brigitta just posted an article in which Vladimir said that they were treated just like common guests at the palace complex(still owned by the state) his grandfather built and when he asked to be given some rooms for use in the palace he got an answer that he can use only wardrobe room in the basement for keeping up his clothes...
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Old 04-03-2012, 02:00 AM
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Without unity between them the Serbian Royals won't become more popular in the country.
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Old 04-07-2012, 07:59 AM
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Without unity between them the Serbian Royals won't become more popular in the country.
Well,there might have been some positive changes in that department:

https://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net...71419222_n.jpg
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Old 06-15-2012, 10:22 AM
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supports the monarchy.
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Old 06-15-2012, 11:15 AM
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Has there been some sort of a poll? If yes, could you share the results?
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Old 08-30-2012, 04:31 AM
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Balkans.com Business News : 64% of Serbians polled vote for Monarchy over Republic
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Serbian citizens are clearly supporting switching from a Republic to a Constitutional Monarchy based on a recent poll shown by popular Serbian newspaper Blic. An outstanding 64% chose Monarchy over Republic. The question was simple… What do you support, Republic or Monarchy and the results very revealing.
Newspaper poll from 2011.
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Old 08-31-2012, 06:16 AM
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What are the rules pertaining to the allocation of titles (e.g. Prince and Princess) among members of the house of Karadordevic?


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Old 09-01-2012, 01:40 PM
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What are the rules pertaining to the allocation of titles (e.g. Prince and Princess) among members of the house of Karadordevic?
Every woman that marries into the family automatically becomes a Princess...

Further,descendants of King Peter I have the title Prince/Princess,while descendants of his brother Prince Arsen have the title Fuerst/Fuerstin(Knez/Kneginja)...until second half of 20th century,this line of the family had only predicate Highness,but at some point it was changed to Royal Highness for every member of the family...

As there is no distinction between those titles in English,they are all referred as Prince and Princess...

For example,according to family rules,Aleksandar,son of Crown Prince is Prince,while Aleksandar,son of Paul,is Knez(Fuerst)...
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Old 09-02-2012, 12:08 PM
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Further,descendants of King Peter I have the title Prince/Princess
Well, that's fairly open ended ... he could have quite a few descendants a few generations from now.
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Old 09-03-2012, 09:54 PM
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Well, that's fairly open ended ... he could have quite a few descendants a few generations from now.
It could be said so

I meant,all male line descendants(of legal marriage),daughters or wives of male descendants of King Peter I have the right to be Prince/Princess of Yugoslavia/Serbia...

While male descendants,daughters or wives of male descendants of his brother Arsen have have the right to be Knez/Kneginja of Yugoslavia/Serbia,which is also translated in English as Prince and Princess,but the title is not the same...

Of course,we have some different examples in Serbian royal family of (not)becoming a Princess:

A daughter being born out of wedlock and IS recognized as Princess...it is Princess Lavinia,said to be natural daughter of Prince Andrej with his second wife Kira Melita von Leiningen,but born before their actual marriage...

A daughter being born out of wedlock and is still NOT recognized as Princess...the daughter in question is Sara Anastasia,natural daughter of Prince George(son of Prince Tomislav) and his former girlfriend Milica...her parents never married due to religion and are now split,so the chances of Sara becoming a Princess are rather slim...
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Old 09-06-2012, 07:36 AM
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It could be said so

I meant,all male line descendants(of legal marriage),daughters or wives of male descendants of King Peter I have the right to be Prince/Princess of Yugoslavia/Serbia..

Thanks.

It could still be quite a few folks ... unlike some Royal houses, the Karadjordjevićs have male-line descendants up the wazoo.
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Old 09-06-2012, 09:09 AM
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Thanks.

It could still be quite a few folks ... unlike some Royal houses, the Karadjordjevićs have male-line descendants up the wazoo.
I think there are 14 living Princes at this point

But that number will fall down,as some of them either don't have descendants at all or don't have male line descendants...

CP Alexander has 3 unmarried sons Filip,Aleksandar and Petar...

Prince Nikola has only a daughter Marija...

His half-brother Prince George is still unmarried and has an out of wedlock daughter Sara...

Prince George's brother Prince Michail is also still unmarried...

Prince Vladimir had a stillborn child...

His brother Prince Dimitri is also unmarried...

Knez Aleksandar(son of Paul) legally has 4 sons(twins Sergio and Helene are natural children of Prince Michael of Borbon-Parma),but 2 of them will likely have no descendants(Dimitry and Michael),Sergio had two marriages and still doesn't have any children while Dushan is still unmarried...
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Old 09-23-2012, 08:56 PM
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I am afraid none whatsoever...People generally don't like CP and his wife often laughing at them while they try their "best" to speak Serbian,not to speak about his sons who avoid being in Serbia due to "iron fist" of their stepmother who is "alpha and omega" in the palace...
I think it's just the matter of PR but it is true that he needs to learn the language. Those who made fun of him the most in the 90' actually came from Milosevic's party as they saw him as a potential threat.
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When was the Serbian monarchy establised?
In which century?
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Old 10-29-2012, 08:23 AM
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When was the Serbian monarchy establised?
In which century?
Serbia was first established a Kingdom at the beginning of the 13th century(in 1217),later being an Empire in 14th century...It also reestablished it's Kingdom in 19th century(in 1882)!

It is interesting that one same family(just changing names of the dynasty through the centuries) ruled Serbia from 6th century and only died out in the 15th century...

What is more interesting is that two modern Serbian dynasties(Obrenovic and Karadjordjevic) descended through female line from this first ancient dynasty which ruled in Serbia for so long...

Here are two links:

Kingdom of Serbia (medieval) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kingdom of Serbia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Serbia was also an Empire,here is another link for it:

Serbian Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Thanks for the info.
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Those articles were all very interesting. Thanks!
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Royal Musings: HRH Crown Prince Alexander about the restitution of the Monarchy and his relationship with parties in power and opposition parties
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