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Princess Cécilia of Bourbon-Parma Christened In Piacenza

  April 7, 2014 at 6:56 pm by

Princess Cécilia of Bourbon-Parma’s christening took place on April 5 in Piacenza, Italy, in the city’s cathedral. Princess Cécilia was christened using water from the River Jordan, as is customary for all royal children. In 2012, her elder sister Princess Luisa was christened in Parma. Princess Cécilia’s full name is Cécilia Maria Johanna Beatrix. Cecilia honours her mother, Annemarie Cécilia; Maria honours her godmother, Princess Maria Cecilia; Johanna honours her godfather, … Continue reading

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Introducing Princess Cécilia of Bourbon-Parma

  November 23, 2013 at 6:26 am by

The Duke and Duchess of Parma have released a series of photographs of their newborn daughter, Princess Cécilia. Prince Carlos, Princess Annemarie and their elder daughter, Princess Luisa, pose with the one-month old infant in their home in The Hague. The photos show the infant with blonde hair like her sister, and dark eyes. Princess Cécilia was born over four weeks premature on October 17th at the Bronovo Hospital in … Continue reading

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Second Daughter for the Dukes of Parma

  October 19, 2013 at 4:42 am by

The Duke and Duchess of Parma, Prince Carlos and Princess Annemarie of Bourbon-Parma, have welcomed their second child, a daughter. Princess Annemarie gave birth to the infant, who has been named Cécilia Maria Johanna Beatrix, on October 17th at 14:07 at the Bronovo Hospital in The Hague. The infant weighed a small 1,500grams. Both Annemarie and Cécilia are expected to remain in hospital for the near future. Annemarie had been … Continue reading

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