Flashback Friday: Yugoslav Royal Twins Baptised in France
June 30, 1958: Family members pose with newborn Princes Dimitri and Michael of Yugoslavia following their christening. The two infants were born on June 18 to Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia and his first wife, Princess Maria Pia of Savoy.
In the photograph below can be seen:
Front Row (L-R): Prince Jacques and Prince Michel of Orléans, godfathers.
Second Row (L-R): Queen Marie José of Italy (maternal grandmother), godmothers Princess Maria Gabriella of Savoy (maternal aunt) holding Prince Dimitri and Marie Thérèse, Countess of Clermont holding Michael, and Princess Olga of Yugoslavia (paternal grandmother).
Back Row (L-R): Princess Maria Beatrice of Savoy (maternal aunt), King Umberto II of Italy (maternal grandfather), Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia (father), Prince Paul of Yugoslavia (paternal grandfather), and Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia (paternal aunt).
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