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Old 03-10-2021, 05:03 PM
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Luis Medina will have a title, since his brother, Rafael de Medina, Duke of Feria, has just given him the title of Marquis of Villalba, news that the newspaper La Razón advanced last week and that ¡HOLA! has been able to confirm.

https://www.hola.com/actualidad/2021...rques-villalba
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Old 03-10-2021, 06:34 PM
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Spain seems to me to have a pragmatic and satisfactory system in allowing the distribution of subsidiary titles. When reading about the British nobility, which has similarities to the Spanish one, it seems wasteful for a British peer to hold a dozen titles when at most only three of them will be used (by the peer, his son, and his grandson).
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Old 03-10-2021, 07:32 PM
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Spain seems to me to have a pragmatic and satisfactory system in allowing the distribution of subsidiary titles. When reading about the British nobility, which has similarities to the Spanish one, it seems wasteful for a British peer to hold a dozen titles when at most only three of them will be used (by the peer, his son, and his grandson).
I think British peers normally don’t have that many titles as the Spanish ones. Probably because they can’t inherit titles in maternal titles also and British monarchs were also less generous in giving out multiple titles .
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Old 03-10-2021, 11:31 PM
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Spain seems to me to have a pragmatic and satisfactory system in allowing the distribution of subsidiary titles. When reading about the British nobility, which has similarities to the Spanish one, it seems wasteful for a British peer to hold a dozen titles when at most only three of them will be used (by the peer, his son, and his grandson).
I'd be more impressed if the Brits followed the Spanish and ditched male only inheritance of their titles.

Their father inherited his title from his mother, the 18th Duchess.

The family is a perfect example of both: inheritable by women, and multiple titles divided out between children. Of the 20 holders of the title, three have been women.

Their father was the third of four children of the 18th duchess. Victoria had dozens of titles including 9 duchies and 18 marques titles. She passed titles to all of her children. Their Uncle Ignacio is the second husband of Maria da Gloria, daughter of Prince Pedro Gastão of Orléans-Braganza and ex wife of CP Alexander of Yugoslavia.
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Together with King Felipe and Queen Letizia, the Duke of Alba attended meetings with the Boards of the Goya Foundation in Aragon and the Goya Fuendetodos Cultural Consortium, within the framework of the commemoration of the 275th anniversary of the birth of Francisco de Goya today, see here.
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CARLOS FITZ-JAMES STUART SAYS GOODBYE TO HIS SINGLE LIFE IN THE RIVERA MAYA
The count of Osorno has enjoyed a few days of sun and beach with his friends in Mexico. On May 22, he will marry Belén Corsini at the Palacio de Liria.
https://www.hola.com/actualidad/2021...ro-rivera-maya
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Do both Spain and Mexico allow unlimited travel for holidays?
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