Imperial Family of Brazil 2: 2022 -


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MASS IN SUFFRAGE OF THE SOUL OF DOM PEDRO II IN PETRÓPOLIS:

On Sunday, December 3, Prince Dom Bertrand of Orleans and Bragança, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, was represented by his brother and sister-in-law, the Imperial Prince and Princess of Brazil, Dom Antonio and Dona Christine of Orleans and Bragança, at the Mass in remembrance of the soul of his great-great-grandfather, Emperor Dom Pedro II, at the São Pedro de Alcântara Cathedral, in Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro.
The celebration was offered at the initiative of the Petrópolis Historical Institute.
Also present were Dom Bertrand and Dom Antonio's second cousins, Prince Dom Pedro Carlos of Orleans and Bragança, with his wife, Princess Dona Patrícia of Orleans and Bragança, and Princes Dom Manuel Álvaro and Dom Francisco Humberto of Orleans and Bragança, as well as the latter's son, Prince Dom Francisco Theodoro of Orleans and Bragança, as well as monarchists, friends of the Brazilian Imperial Family and prominent figures.

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Christmas Message from Prince Dom Bertrand of Orleans and Bragança, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil
 
On Sunday, January 9, Prince Dom Bertrand of Orleans and Bragança, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, participated in the Acclamation to the Imperial Family, held at the Social Headquarters of his Secretariat, in São Paulo, by Rádio Brazil Imperial. Members and collaborators of the Secretariat of the Imperial Household, monarchists, friends of the Brazilian Imperial Family and other prominent figures were present.

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On Tuesday, March 5, Prince Dom Bertrand of Orleans and Bragança, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, participated in the meeting of the Council of Notables of the National Confederation of Commerce in Goods, Services and Tourism, at the headquarters of that entity, in Rio de Janeiro. On that occasion, the prince received the Grand Cross of the National Order of Commercial Merit and was elected – by acclamation from all members of the body present – honorary member of that Council.

 
On Saturday, March 16, Prince Dom Bertrand of Orleans and Bragança, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, hosted a dinner at the Social Headquarters of his Secretariat, in São Paulo, to celebrate the birthday of his friend and collaborator, the Econome of the House Imperial, José Luiz Fábio.

 
Manuela de Orleans e Braganзa (b.1997) [youngest of three children of Prince Francisco Humberto of Orleans and Braganza (b.1956) and second child by his current wife, Rita de Cascia Pires (b.1961)] married Henry Grossi Kappaun (b.1992) this year.

Her half-brother Francisco Theodoro (b.1979) [only son of her father by his first wife Christina Schmidt Peзanha (b.1953)] married Mathieu Assumpaгo Arruda de Oliveira (b.1976) last year.
Her full brother Gabriel (b.1989) is single.

Source: Descendants of King Louis Philippe I of the French
 
On Monday, March 18, Prince Dom Bertrand of Orleans and Bragança, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, received in audience at the Social Headquarters of his Secretariat, in São Paulo, the Vice-President of the Historical and Geographical Institute of São Paulo Paulo, Malcolm Dale Kigar.

 
On Wednesday, March 20, Prince Dom Bertrand of Orleans and Bragança, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, received at the Social Headquarters of his Secretariat, in São Paulo, the interviewer Pietra Bertolazzi and a filming team, formed by Ellen Dias, Daniel Mello, Luís Puccinali and Luiz Marques, from the Dom Bosco Center, in Rio de Janeiro.
The prince recorded his participation for a documentary about the Brazilian Imperial Family, being produced by CDB.

 
Monday, March 25th, the day of the Bicentenary of the Constitution of 1824, Prince Dom Bertrand of Orleans and Bragança, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, was represented by his nephew, Prince Dom Gabriel of Orleans and Bragança, at the launch of the book “On the Bicentenary of the Constitution of 1824: studies on the constitutional formation of Empire Brazil”, in the Atrium of the Minister Victor Nunes Leal Library, at the headquarters of the Federal Supreme Court, STF Palace, in Brasília.

 
...Her half-brother Francisco Theodoro (b.1979) [only son of her father by his first wife Christina Schmidt Peзanha (b.1953)] married Mathieu Assumpaгo Arruda de Oliveira (b.1976) last year.
Her full brother Gabriel (b.1989) is single.
Is Mathieu Assumpaгo Arruda de Oliveira a man? If so, am I reading correctly that Prince Francisco Theodoro married another man? Just checking, because that's interesting if so.
 
Does Prince Pedro Carlos still live in Petropolis? When I visited Petropolis last year I was told that part of the Casa da Princesa Isabel -which hosted an exposition about German immigration at the time- was still used by the family.
 
Monday, March 25th, the day of the Bicentenary of the Constitution of 1824, Prince Dom Bertrand of Orleans and Bragança, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, was represented by his nephew, Prince Dom Gabriel of Orleans and Bragança, at the launch of the book “On the Bicentenary of the Constitution of 1824: studies on the constitutional formation of Empire Brazil”, in the Atrium of the Minister Victor Nunes Leal Library, at the headquarters of the Federal Supreme Court, STF Palace, in Brasília.

How is Prince Gabriel related to Bertrand? Through one of his brothers who have renounced their succession?
I can find a Gabriel in the Petropolis branch but then he wouldn’t be described as a nephew?
 
On Wednesday, April 3, Prince Dom Bertrand of Orleans and Bragança, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, participated in a lunch hosted by the Director General of Nuclear and Technological Development of the Navy, Admiral Petronio Augusto Siqueira de Aguiar, at the headquarters of its General Directorate, in São Paulo.

On Friday, April 5, Prince Dom Bertrand of Orleans and Bragança, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, attended the inauguration of the Director General of Nuclear and Technological Development of the Navy, Admiral Alexandre Rabello de Faria, in the Center MB Technologist in São Paulo.

 
On Wednesday, April 10, Prince Dom Bertrand of Orleans and Bragança, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, with the Econome of the Imperial House, José Luiz Fábio, replanted the orchids in the garden of the headquarters of his Secretariat, in São Paul.

 
On Monday, April 22, Prince Dom Bertrand of Orleans and Bragança, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, received in audience at the Social Headquarters of his Secretariat, in São Paulo, the Captain of the Military Police of the State of São Paulo Alexandre Conceição Alves Martins and his wife, PMESP Sergeant Fernanda Pompeo Azevedo Martins.

 
Prince Dom Bertrand of Orleans and Bragança, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, visited the Museu Paulista at the University of São Paulo.

 
From Friday, May 10th, to this Monday, 20th, Prince Dom Bertrand of Orleans and Bragança, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, was in Portugal and Spain.
During the first five days, Dom Bertrand was received by the Regent of the Chair of History of Luso-Brazilian Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra, Ibsen José Casas Noronha, and his wife, Joana Luísa Nigra de Castro e Sousa de Noronha, at the Herdade Monte do Rebolo, in Ribatejo, Portugal.

 
On Tuesday, May 14, Prince Dom Bertrand of Orleans and Bragança, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, was honored with dinner at the Real Clube Tauromáquico Português, in Lisbon, Portugal.
The Duke of Bragança and his son, Afonso, were present.

 
On Wednesday, May 15, Prince Dom Bertrand of Orleans and Bragança, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, participated, with his nephew, the Prince of Grão-Pará, Dom Rafael of Orleans and Bragança, in the “Bicentenary” Commemorative Session of the Imperial Constitution of Brazil (1824-2024)”, at the Grêmio Literário de Lisboa, Portugal.

The Session took place in the presence of Dom Duarte, Duke of Bragança, Head of the Royal House of Portugal, who presided over it and his cousin, Dom Francisco de Bragança van Uden, was also present. And everything was organized by the Portuguese Institute of Contemporary Studies, in celebration of the 200th anniversary of the 1824 Constitution, which Emperor Dom Pedro I granted to Brazil on March 25 of that year.

 
Prince Dom Bertrand de Orleans e Bragança, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, was on a pilgrimage to the Sanctuary of Covadonga, in Cangas de Onís, Spain.

 
Prince Dom Bertrand de Orleans e Bragança, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, invites everyone to participate in the XXXIV National Monarchical Meeting, which will be held on Saturday, July 13, at the Italian-Brazilian Catholic University Center in São Paulo.

 
On Sunday, May 19, Prince Dom Bertrand de Orleans e Bragança, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, visited Bragança, Portugal.
 
Prince Dom Bertrand de Orleans e Bragança, Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, participated in a dinner in his honor and in commemoration of the Bicentennial of the Constitution of 1824, offered by the Attorney of the State of Goiás Marcelo Marques Siqueira and his wife, Larissa Milhomem de Siqueira, at their home in Goiânia, Goiás.

 
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