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Old 11-05-2014, 10:13 PM
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Here is a website and a picture dedicated to Madame Royale and her memoirs. The picture is courtesy of the website also.

The Ruin of a Princess.

I do like Marie-Therese, the Duchess of Angouleme.
Imagine how difficult it was for the only surviving child of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette to grow up to be a young lady.
Who knows what type of Queen Consort she would have been if her husband, Louis Antoine had reigned as King Louis XIX for several years?
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The Countess of Evreux attended the inauguration of a new Louis Vuitton store in Salamanca, Madrid, Spain:

The Countess of Evreux outside Louis Vuitton
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The Princess Napoléon delivered this year's prizes for the Napoléon Foundation at the Hotel de Charost, the traditional residence of the British ambassador to France. The Princess Napoléon was accompanied by the Prince of Essling, who also helped present the prizes:

One ~ Two ~ Three

Source: http://www.noblesseetroyautes.com/20...tion-napoleon/
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Princess Chantal of France and her husband, Baron François-Xavier de Sambucy de Sorgue attended the reburial of their ancestor, Francis I of France, at the Angouleme Cathedral:

Chantal de France à la cathédrale d’Angoulême
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Princess Chantal of France and her husband, Baron François-Xavier de Sambucy de Sorgue attended the reburial of their ancestor, Francis I of France, at the Angouleme Cathedral:

Chantal de France à la cathédrale d’Angoulême
It wasn't François I,it was his father,Charles d'Orléans,Comte de Angoulême who was reburied at the cathedral.The remains of Charles d'Orléans,Comte de Angoulême and his parents were rediscovered in 2011 which were presumed that they were destroyed during the Huguenot sack of the cathedral in 1563.

King François I was buried at St Denis outside Paris.
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It wasn't François I,it was his father,Charles d'Orléans,Comte de Angoulême who was reburied at the cathedral.The remains of Charles d'Orléans,Comte de Angoulême and his parents were rediscovered in 2011 which were presumed that they were destroyed during the Huguenot sack of the cathedral in 1563.

King François I was buried at St Denis outside Paris.
Ah OK, thanks for the correction An Ard Ri. My Google Translate isn't the best and I must have misread that it was François I's reburial, when it was actually his father's reburial. (It appears that I can't amend my post as it's older than two days.)
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Its a miracle that all 3 remains survived both the Huguenots and the French Revolution,sadly the remains of King François I and his beloved mother,Louise were desecrated in October 1793.
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Baron Axel de Sambucy de Sorgue and his family are going to reside in Marrakech, where their wedding took place last year. The couple have already opened up a tea room, "Charlotte's Desk", and Baron Axel has worked in a number of places abroad:

Le baron et la baronne Axel de Sambucy de Sorgue s’installent au Maroc

I was in Marrakech a few weeks ago and I liked it a lot. There's an American school there, so I wonder if that's where their children will attend. But French is one of the official languages of Morocco and all schools have to learn it (as well as Moroccan Arabic and Berber), so they could most likely get by at a local Moroccan school as well.
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Because i have no idea can someone told me if ever come buck monarchy to France who considering now as heir?
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The topic is extensively discussed in this thread: Rival Claimants to the French Throne

In short, the current claimants are three:
- Prince Henri d'Orléans, Count of Paris (the so-called Orléanist claimant);
- Luis Alfonso de Borbon (the so-called Legitimist claimant);
- Prince Jean Christophe Napoléon (the so-called Bonapartist claimant).
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On May 11, Augustine de Sambucy Sorgue, the baby daughter of Baron Axel de Sambucy Sorgue and his wife Charlotte was christened at the Chapel of Our Lady of Compassion in Paris, France:

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Baptême d’Augustine de Sambucy de Sorgue, petite-fille de la princesse Chantal de France
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The topic is extensively discussed in this thread: Rival Claimants to the French Throne

In short, the current claimants are three:
- Prince Henri d'Orléans, Count of Paris (the so-called Orléanist claimant);
- Luis Alfonso de Borbon (the so-called Legitimist claimant);
- Prince Jean Christophe Napoléon (the so-called Bonapartist claimant).
Given the list, Luis Alfonso de Borbon as a King of France would have made a much better representative of France than the current crop of Presidents.
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Given the list, Luis Alfonso de Borbon as a King of France would have made a good monarch.
Not possible. According to the Treaty of Utrecht of 1713 (which was a major interational treaty which also gave -for an example- French Canada to the British Crown, the Southern Netherlands to the Habsburgs, Gibraltar to Great Britain, etc.) the Great Powers agreed that the House of Bourbon could occupy the thrones of France and Spain.

In return the King of France (Louis XIV) and his grandson the King of Spain (Philippe de Bourbon, Duc d'Anjou - became King Felipe V) agreed that the two thrones would be split. Philippe d'Anjou vested the Spanish branch of the House of Bourbon, with the solemn renunciation, vested in the Treaty (so-signed by Great Britain, the Netherlands, Austria, Savoy, the German Empire, etc.), that he renounces all his rights on the throne of France for himself and all his descendants.

Luis Alfonso de Borbón is a direct descendant of Felipe V, he is a Spanish Borbón, grandson from a Spanish Infante who renounced his rights on the Spanish throne - twice. He can not claim the throne of France unless he wipes his royal derrière with the Treaty of Utrecht....

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.... theoretically speaking, of course.
As for the treaties and various contracts, the enlightened European countries in general and France in particular have a very selective approach of following them.
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Al Bina i take my history lesson from the France from the Duc. Please go to THE RIVAL CLAIMANT TO THE FRANCE THRONE and you can read it.
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As a rule, Duc provides factually informative posts in many threads. He/she has truly profound knowledge of royalty and royal history.

Chances of the restoration in France are non-existent. So I chose a candidate based on my personal preferences from Mafan's list. I did read the thread in question. You can take your lessons from anyone you like.
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Al Bina i say that with the little humor of course you can have your personal preferences. Peace please.
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Note that not only the Duke of Anjou renounced his rights on the throne of France, for himself and for his descendants. Also his brother the Duke of Berry and his uncle the Duke of Orléans (direct benefactors of this renunciation) on their turn renounced their rights on the throne of Spain, for themselves and for their descendants. Finally King Louis XIV issued a Letters Patent assenting these three renunciations.

These reciprocal renunciations to the throne of France (by Anjou) and to the throne of Spain (by Berry and Orléans), sealed by King Louis XIV were intended to settle the balance of power in Europe on a permanent basis by permanently separating the French and Spanish Crowns. That these acts were reciprocal made them dependent upon each other, so that the breach of the terms by one party would thereby invalidate the obligations made by the other party.

The Légitimists, the supporters of Don Luis Alfonso, do act like it was all a misunderstanding by a French Prince (Philippe, Duc d'Anjou), that it was illegal and that therefore their "candidate" is the rightful Heir to the throne of France. But it is clear that all this was deliberately and extensively negotiated, involved the King himself (Louis XIV) and three Princes of the Blood Royal (Philippe Duc d'Anjou, Charles Duc de Berry and Philippe Duc d'Orléans) and sealed off by all the great powers of the time.
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"Le Figaro Magazine" about Prince Louis of Bourbon and other Kings without a Crown in Europe:

Figaro Magazine : reportage sur la saga des rois sans couronne
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Thanks for the link!
It is nice to see Prince Louis on the cover of "Figaro". The discussion under the photo is quite lively.

Do you happen to know to who else is listed?
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