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Old 05-15-2020, 01:37 PM
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Where can I find more news about this?
Given that's an 'exclusive', you probably have to wait and see which news outlets pick up this engagement news. I would expect Hola to find out and write about it.
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They are a very impressive young couple, especially her. She has an M.A. in both Persian and Arabic from Oxford...wow!

I hope we get a big splashy Continental Royal wedding for these two.
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Some news about the engagement announcement of Jaime de Borbón Dos Sicilias and Charlotte Lindesay-Bethune.

https://www.larazon.es/gente/2020051...epo7vux3e.html

https://www.hola.com/realeza/casa_es...as-compromiso/

https://histoiresroyales.fr/fiancail...desay-bethune/
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Old 05-15-2020, 03:14 PM
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The news has been published in a Spanish newspaper by a historian close to the family. They are a very discreet family, which does not normally appear in the press. Jaime has only granted one interview in his life, so you don't expect much information about this wedding.


https://www.larazon.es/gente/2020051...epo7vux3e.html
https://www.revistavanityfair.es/soc...ebutante/28961


I think it will be a Catholic wedding. If the wedding is in Spain, there will be presence of members of the Spanish Royal Family. His parents married in Madrid, and Jaime's four aunts on the family property of La Toledana or nearby villages.

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This is an exclusive to Royal Musings. HRH The Duke of Noto is engaged to Lady Charlotte Lindesay-Bethune, youngest child of the earl and countess of Lindsay https://royalmusingsblogspotcom.blog...e-of-noto.html
Lady Di went to her parents' wedding and was a friend of her mom's. So, I wonder if she knows William and Catherine Cambridge.
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Congratulations to the couple ,I'd expect to see a large gathering of the Spanish and Orléans families at the wedding.

The future duchess of Noto will outrank her parents the Earl and Countess.
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I'm also very curious to attend this wedding. I believe that it should take place in Spain and the Spanish Royal Family should be present.
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Is the bride-to-be from a catholic family or a protestant one?
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Marengo in the engagements thread it says her parents married in the Church of England.

But I would be very surprised if the wedding of their daughter is not celebrated according to the Catholic rites of her Royal Spanish groom.
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I wonder if the Borbón Dos Sicilias family have any tiaras left in their depleted jewel collection,the duke's grandmother the late Infanta Alicia sold off a lot of her jewels over the years.
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I wonder if the Borbón Dos Sicilias family have any tiaras left in their depleted jewel collection,the duke's grandmother the late Infanta Alicia sold off a lot of her jewels over the years.
Probably the bride has her own family diadem. But I think the Borbones delle Due Sicilie still have some cassettes left
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The late Infanta had a really impressive jewel collection.

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I believe there is still the diamond button tiara that did not come from the Infanta Alicia. The buttons were worn on their weddings by three of the four aunts of the duke of Noto. They also used the gorgeous Balmain veil that was first worn by the now dowager duchess of Calabria, Pss Anne of France.

I don't think Pss Anne inherited any tiaras from her mother. The Coty was broken up (Pss Chantal was seen with pieces of it), the bandeau went to Prince Michel, the Action Française to her eldest daughter Isabelle and the comb to her eldest son. I am not even sure if we have ever seen Pss Anne in a tiara after her weding day.
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I'm also very curious to attend this wedding. I believe that it should take place in Spain and the Spanish Royal Family should be present.
If they follow tradition, they should marry in Fife at the bride's home.

But I'd not be surprised if they wed in Spain instead.

I am sure there will be a royal gust list either way.
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Congratulations to the couple! What an unexpected news! (at least to me)
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If they follow tradition, they should marry in Fife at the bride's home.

But I'd not be surprised if they wed in Spain instead.

I am sure there will be a royal gust list either way.
Or in Italy. The Kingdom of the Two Sicilies was the biggest state before the unification of Italy.

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Congrats to both Jaime and Charlotte! I wish them all the best!
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I believe there is still the diamond button tiara that did not come from the Infanta Alicia. The buttons were worn on their weddings by three of the four aunts of the duke of Noto. They also used the gorgeous Balmain veil that was first worn by the now dowager duchess of Calabria, Pss Anne of France.

I don't think Pss Anne inherited any tiaras from her mother. The Coty was broken up (Pss Chantal was seen with pieces of it), the bandeau went to Prince Michel, the Action Française to her eldest daughter Isabelle and the comb to her eldest son. I am not even sure if we have ever seen Pss Anne in a tiara after her weding day.
Bernadette von Metzingen borrowed the Action Francaise tiara when she married count Melchior von Schönborn-Buchheim. So I believe it is possible that it would be available for the future Duchess of Noto as well. But that is probably only an option if the diamond button tiara has been sold recently. If my files are correct, the buttons were seen for the last time in 2003, when the groom's aunt Princess Victoria wore them for her wedding. Btw, she chose to wear them without the tiara frame.

I have not seen any tiara pics from the bride's family, but that could be another option.
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Given the size of the Borbón Dos Sicilias ,Orléans and the extended Spanish RF I'm hoping they will marry in Spain but a Scottish wedding would be romantic.
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Bernadette von Metzingen borrowed the Action Francaise tiara when she married count Melchior von Schönborn-Buchheim. . .

Actually i have read that this one was given to her mother in-law Princess Isabelle when the Jewels of the late Comtesse de Paris where divided among her children.
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