Originally Posted by Benjamin
Oh, several board members tend to be ready on hand to criticize the Castros.
Whether the Calabria support is so strong outside of the online realm is quite up for debate.
The Duke of Castro certainly has a strong and visible network in Italy.
On January 24th 2014 the Duke of Castro signed an act of reconciliation at 5:30 p.m., at the Excelsior Hotel in Naples. Prince Carlo, the Duke of Castro, solemnly placed his signature:
In the presence of the Duchess of Calabria née Princess Anne d'Orléans;
In the presence of the Duchess of Castro née Camilla Crociani;
In the presence of the Duke of Noto;
In the presence of the Duchess of Noto née Doña Sofía Landaluce y Melgarejo;
In the presence of Archduke Simeon of Austria-Lorraine;
In the presence of Archduchess Simeon of Austria-Lorraine née Princess María of Bourbon-Two Sicilies;
In the presence of the Marchioness of Laserna and of Laula née Princess Teresa of Bourbon-Two Sicilies;
In the presence of Nobile Michele Carrelli Palombi dei Marchesi di Raiano;
In the presence of Princess Inès of Bourbon-Two Silicies, Madame Michele Carrelli Palombi dei Marchesi di Raiano;
In the presence of Princess Beatrice of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, formerly Princess Napoléon;
In the presence of Prince Casimiro of Bourbon-Two Sicilies;
In the presence of Princess Maria Cristina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies née Princess of Savoia-Aosta;
And in the presence of the Duke of Bragança.
With his signature Don Carlo promised that at all occasions connected with the dynasty, the family members attending will represent the whole family and the heads of each branch will be considered equal, sharing their historic responsibilities. "The whole family is determined not to reignite the dispute
and instead to work together in a spirit of unity for the common good, in a spirit of Christian reconciliation inspired by the aims of the Constantinian Order". He solemnly promised that, in attendance of a whole group of most illustrious witnesses... Is Don Carlo a man of honour? Is his given word as a nobleman, a Prince indeed his given word? The ink of this solemn declaration has not been dry, so to speak, and Don Carlo is already sabotaging it!