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Old 07-15-2011, 02:19 PM
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Count and Countess of Paris in Moscow, Russia, for presentation of the Count's exhibition in March, 2011.

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Old 07-25-2011, 01:36 PM
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It is interesting how the Count of Paris appears very rarely together with the Duke of Vendome.
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Old 07-26-2011, 07:08 AM
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That would be wasting their time.
It would be similar to the Queen always appearing with Prince Charles.
They have different agendas and workloads.
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Different agendas or different ideas?
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Prince Henri of Orléans's children close in on reclaiming family fortune - Telegraph
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Old 09-17-2011, 01:35 PM
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This concerns the former Comte de Paris.
What a family , I am sure that even in the most poor family of France this will not happen!
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Old 09-18-2011, 12:46 AM
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This family is a bit pathetic, maybe if they all get jobs, they wont need daddies inheritance to live off of. The Count was wrong but what his children are doing is low class for regular people, so much more for royals. This is just another tarnish on the ruined Orleans name..
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Well, getting the patrimony back isn't all that tacky IMHO. Most children of the late count have reached the retirement age by now, and I do believe that most of his grandchildren actually do have jobs. Just a sad affair and I am sure that the family regrets that this all has become public.
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Also considering that much of the inheritance were items that have been in the French royal family for hundreds of years, even items that belonged to the Louisa, then I think that it isn't tacky to try and get them back
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It's not tacky to try and get them back in a discreet way, but the Orleans are never discreet, they want the most attention possible and it just makes them look bad.
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Old 09-19-2011, 08:29 AM
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Noblesse and Royautés is a Belgian french board started by Regine Saelens. She is doing very good work. But her board is taken by french " nostalgic royals" who made harsh remarks about the Orleans and the Duke of Anjou. They were more than 300 post about the former Comte and Comtesse de Paris and children and their Estate.

I hope this will not happen with the RF.
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The count of Paris was kicked out of a mass to commemorate the death of Louis XVI is St. Germain l'Auxerois.



somehow he seems to be making the most of it .

Vidéo : Le Comte de Paris s'exprime à Saint-Germain l'auxerrois - La Couronne

According to the article he was kicked out as he wasn't invited.
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Micaela Cousino had not been accepted.
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I really can't understand she wasn't accepted as the Rote has authorized their Christian wedding so why ...
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Micaela Cousino married the Count of Paris in a religious wedding so it is hard to understand the reason.
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I saw stupidly a Man kneeling and saying «* vive le Roi*».
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The count of Paris was kicked out of a mass to commemorate the death of Louis XVI is St. Germain l'Auxerois...
As far as I understand from the article, he was not kicked out because of the religious reasons. Were there any political ones?
According to the canon laws Masses have to be open to the faithful. There is no possibility to kick anyone out, unless there is a security reason.
The Count was not excommunicated, was he?

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Micaela Cousino had not been accepted.
Their marriage was recognized by Church, thus she was accepted. She just was not invited by the association which organized the Mass. The Count of Paris was aware of it.
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I am perplexed by the Count's behaviour. He does not come across as a person, who seeks cheap fame. Why wasn't he invited?
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... Why wasn't he invited?
According to the comments at some French blogs, it occured that the Count's father never attended this Mass (commemorating the death of King Louis XVI).
Philippe Egalité's descendants...
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The count of Paris is not neccesarily a very popular figure.
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