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Old 01-21-2006, 05:24 PM
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princess clothilde

In post 23 are links to wedding pictures of a princess called clothilde and a princess called adelaide. the link to princess clothilde is not the correct princess. the real princess clotilde has brown eyes not blue so that girl is mis named she is NOT princess clothilde. Ihave no idea who she is. if you go to the web page royal brides it has the picture under france of the real princess marie clothilde.commonly known has princess clothilde. tanya
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Old 01-22-2006, 03:45 AM
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In post 23 are links to wedding pictures of a princess called clothilde and a princess called adelaide. the link to princess clothilde is not the correct princess. the real princess clotilde has brown eyes not blue so that girl is mis named she is NOT princess clothilde. Ihave no idea who she is. if you go to the web page royal brides it has the picture under france of the real princess marie clothilde.commonly known has princess clothilde. tanya
I have just checked Point de Vue issue #2356 dated 28 September 1993. The cover story is the wedding of Princess Clotilde d'Orléans and Edouard Crépy. The phographs are identical to those posted in the Clotilde wedding thread via the link at post 23. Her full name is Clotilde Jacqueline Charlotte Marie.

This is no imposter Princess. This is Clotilde d'Orléans.
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Old 01-25-2006, 12:13 PM
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Is there only one male from Bonapart family?
And Also what happened to the French Bourbons? Are there decendents of this family who are still living in France?
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Old 01-26-2006, 12:11 AM
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Bonapartes and Bourbons

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Is there only one male from Bonapart family?
And Also what happened to the French Bourbons? Are there decendents of this family who are still living in France?
There are three male Bonapartes living: Charles, Prince Napoleon (b 1950), his son Jean Christophe (b 1986), and Charles's brother Jerome (b 1957).

The current Bourbon-Orléans family is quite large and many members live in France, including the Head of the Royal House, Henri (VII), Comte de Paris.
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Old 01-26-2006, 03:51 AM
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There are three male Bonapartes living: Charles, Prince Napoleon (b 1950), his son Jean Christophe (b 1986), and Charles's brother Jerome (b 1957).

The current Bourbon-Orléans family is quite large and many members live in France, including the Head of the Royal House, Henri (VII), Comte de Paris.
Please don't call them Bourbon-Orléans unless you want one more fight between the two branches. They are Bourbons, but theur family name is Orléans.
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Old 01-26-2006, 04:37 AM
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Please don't call them Bourbon-Orléans unless you want one more fight between the two branches. They are Bourbons, but their family name is Orléans.
And I was worried that if I just called them Bourbons, I would be corrected for not being specific! :)
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Old 01-26-2006, 10:32 AM
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And I was worried that if I just called them Bourbons, I would be corrected for not being specific! :)
I imagine! Legally, the count of Paris is Henri d'Orléans. So one side there's the Bourbon (with Luis-Alfonso), on the other side the Orléans (with Henri).
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Old 01-26-2006, 04:17 PM
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I don't know what the difference between Orlean and Bourbons is.Are they branches of bigger family or they are different?

Also I wonder about Bonapart family, Napoleon had many sisters and brothers, who had also children, but today there are only three male from that family.So what happened to the desendent of Napoleon's sisters?
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Old 01-26-2006, 04:29 PM
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I don't know what the difference between Orleans and Bourbons is.Are they branches of bigger family or they are different?
The Orléans are descendants from the late king Louis-Philippe Ier of the French, who belonged to the branch of the dukes of Orléans (descendants of the youngest brother of king Louis XIV) but are from the Bourbons family. Their legal name since 300 years (and more) is Orléans.
The Bourbon branch is a descendant of the spanish Bourbon (kings of Spain). Don Luis Alfonso (Louis XX) is a great-grand-son of King Alfonso XIII of Spain.
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interesting topic! I'll share one of my favorite links that contains so much detailed information on all things French (Royal and Imperial). Enjoy and bookmark it since it's one of the most complete works around the internet:

François Velde's French Heraldry and Related Topics
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The (worth printing!) pdf with the family tree of the House Orleans from 1929 to 2004

The family tree of House Bonaparte 1799 to 2004

And here is the page with all the detailed PDF family trees of France's Royals from the year 400 AC to 2004

Enjoy! :)
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I've moved Russian's concerns about the "legitimist claim" in Russia in the rightful subforum, here.

I remind everyone this post is for news about the French Royal Families. If you want to discuss about the legitimity of a claim in any country, please feel free to use the appropriate forum and the appropriate thread.

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Old 08-18-2006, 03:32 PM
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Charles Phillipe d'Orleans

I read somewhere he has been seen with Diana de Cadaval lately. Can anyone confirm that? Thanks! Just wondering if we will see a princely marriage in Portugal in the near future...
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Old 08-19-2006, 01:19 AM
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I read somewhere he has been seen with Diana de Cadaval lately. Can anyone confirm that? Thanks!
Yes, there is a picture of Prince Charles-Philippe with Diana, Duchesse de Cardaval in this week's Point de Vue (#3029). It is in a spread on Princess Beatrice d'Orléans and her family's holiday in the Costa del Sol.
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http://archive.olycom.it/olycom/offe...32?idoff=28487
I'm not sure if this thread is suitable for my information.
So in olycom.it you can find a few photos taken during marriage of Alexandre de Sambucy- Sorgue, son of princess Chantal de France. Alexandre is descendant of count of Paris.
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The French Royal Family and The Spainish Royal Family both carry the same last name Bourbon now I was surprised to find that out I thought all royal families had different names while Spain has a reigning royal family and their monarchy is reigning , France ' s former royal family does not have to worry about has much as the spainish royal does.
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When there are so many families leading so many separate places that's when you see the names hyphenated like Bourbon-Parma, Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Hapsburg-Tuscany, etc. But I don't recall the top families, France and Spain, being hyphenated ?
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Old 10-11-2006, 01:26 AM
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The French Royal Family and The Spainish Royal Family both carry the same last name Bourbon now I was surprised to find that out I thought all royal families had different names while Spain has a reigning royal family and their monarchy is reigning , France ' s former royal family does not have to worry about has much as the spainish royal does.
To be precise :till Charles X, the French royal family carried the name Bourbon. King Louis Philippe was an Orléans, and his family carries the name Orléans. The other claimer to the french throne carries the name Bourbon (or Borbon, as you like it).
I should precise that for a very long while, the french Royal family didn't carry any name.
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Old 10-17-2006, 10:03 AM
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You have been kidding me all families carry a last name it might not be Bourbon but they must have a some type of last name most people have a first, middle, and last name while others having many names.
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I am not kidding you at all. It is an historical fact well known by the historians that before the French Revolution the French Royal family had no last name. Now we call her family de Bourbon, but no name at all was used by her, because she had no one. It is a complicated matter but it is a fact.
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