Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Royal Profile: Prince Pablo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies

Prince Pablo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies was born 28 June 1993 as the third child of Prince Pedro of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Duke of Noto & Sofia Landaluce y Melgarejo {Source}. He has the following siblings{Source}:



As his royal line is defunct, we don't know much about him. One can likely assume he leads a fairly normal lifestyle.

Royal Profile: Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah of Jordan

Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah of Jordan  was born 28 June 1994 as the eldest son of King Abdullah II of Jordan and  Queen Rania. He has two younger sisters and a younger brother {Source}:
  1. Princess Iman (1996)
  2. Princess Salma (2000)
  3. Prince Hashem (2005)

In 2007, he was enrolled at the King's Academy, completing his secondary studies in 2012. He is presently studying political science at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service{Source}. In 2016, he graduated from Georgetown University with a bachelor's degree in International History{Source}. After graduation, he began attending The Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst {Source}

The young Crown Prince also holds the rank of first lieutenant in the Jordanian Armed Forces{Source}. Over the last few years, he has accompanied his father on several military missions.

During his childhood years, he spent most of his time doing just that-being a kid. As he grew older, he began to make appearances on his father's behalf. His first official engagement took place in June 2010, when he stood a representative for his father during the celebrations of the anniversary of the Arab Revolt and the Armed Forces Day. Since then, he has served a regent during his father's absence in Jordan, and was sworn in officially to take on the role on 21 April 2012{Source}.

In his free time, the Crown Prince enjoys reading, sports (especially football), and he shares his father and grandfather's passion for motorcycles{Source}.




Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Royal Profile: Christopher O'Neill

Christopher Paul O'Neill was born 27 June 1974, as the son of Paul C. O'Neill and Eva Maria O'Neill {Source}. Between his parents, he has five sisters, a couple of brother-in-laws and several nieces and nephews{Source}{Source}:

  1. Annalisa O'Neill (1959)
  2. Stefanie O'Neill (1961)\
    1. Master Oliver MacNeely (guessing?)
  3. Karen O'Neill (1961)
  4. Tatiana d'Abo
    1. Henry d'Abo (1953)
      1. Anouschka d'Abo (1991)
      2. Celina d'Abo (1996)
      3. Jasper d'Abo (2001)
  5. Countess Natascha von Abensperg und Traun (1968)
    1. Count Ernst Graf von Abensperg und Traun
      1. Countess Milana Maria Tatjana von Abensperg und Traun (1996)
      2. Count Moritz von Abensperg und Traun
      3. Countess Chiara von Abensperg
      4. Count Louis von Abensperg und Trau

He was born in London, but was educated in Switzerland and the United States. He was educated at Institut auf dem Rosenberg, and recieved a BA in International Relations from Boston University, and a MBA from Columbia Business School.

He first began dating the Swedish monarch's youngest daughter in 2011, and their engagement was announced in October 2012 {Source}. Their wedding took place in June 2013{Photos}. Together, they have two children:

  1. Princess Leonore Lilian Maria of Sweden, Duchess of Gotland (2014)
  2. Prince Nicolas Paul Gustaf of Sweden, Duke of Ångermanland (2015)
Unlike Prince Daniel and Princess Sofia, Mr. O'Neil does not hold a formal Swedish title or perform royal duties due to his not holding Swedish citizenship and wanting to continue his business endeavors. However, last fall, the family moved to Sweden ahead of the birth of Prince Nicolas, and moved to London in the fall of 2015. The family traditionally spends the summer months in Sweden, and if I had to guess once the kids become school aged, they will move to Sweden permanently again.

Monday, June 26, 2017

Royal Profile: Princess Alexia of the Netherlands

Princess Alexia Juliana Marcela Laurentien of The Netherlands was born on 26 June 2005 as the middle child of King Williem-Alexander of The Netherlands and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands{Source}.. She has two sisters, one older and one younger{Source}.:
Her baptism took place on 19 November 2005 in Wassenaar. Her godparents were{Source}.:
  1. Queen Mathilde of Belgium (family friend) 
  2. Jonkvrouwe Alexandra Jankovich de Jeszenice (family friend) 
  3. Prince Friso of Orange-Nassau (paternal uncle) 
  4. Juan Zorreguieta (maternal uncle) 
  5. Jonkheer Frans Ferdinand de Beaufort (family friend) 

She was named for various relatives:
  • Alexia: comes from her father, Alexander 
  • Julianna: for her paternal great-grandmother, Queen Juliana 
  • Marcela: for her great aunt Marcela Cerruti 
  • Laurentien: for her paternal aunt Princess Laurentien

She began school at Bloemcamp School in Wassenaar, The Netherlands in June 2009. Her sisters also attend the school {Source}. In March 2017, it was announced that Princess Alexia will attend Sorghvliet Hague in the fall of 2017{Source} Sorghvliet Hauge is also attended by her elder sister, they will likely be joined by Princess Ariane in a few years, and previously her aunt Princess Laurentien{Source} In her "kid-time", this young royal likes playing horseback ridding, singing, and playing guitar {Source}.

Since her parents took over as King and Queen, she has attended numerous events. In April 2013, she attended her grandmother's abdication ceremony and her parents investiture {Photos}. In July, she attended the family's annual summer photocall {Photos}. In August, she attended her uncle and godfather's funeral services. In October, she attended her father's cousin's wedding {Photos}. In Februray 2014, she was among her family during the annual winter photocall {Photos}. In April, she attended King's Day with her family {Photos}. In 2014, the little Princess was a bridesmaid for her maternal uncle's wedding in Austria with her sisters {Photos}. In 2015, Princess Alexia took part in the family's annual skiing vacation photocall
{Photos}, King's Day 2015 {Photos}, and the annual summer photocall {Photos}. In 2016, she was part of the family's annual skiing photocall {Photos} and attended King's Day celebrations {Photos}. During the winter vacation, she broke her leg {Source}.


As a distant relative of King George I of The United Kingdom (she is his 8x great granddaughter), she is distantly in line for the British Throne. She is presently 2nd in line for the Dutch throne after her older sister.

Royal Profile: Prince Jaime of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, The Duke of Noto

Prince Jaime of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Duke of Noto was born 26 June 1993 as the first child of Prince Pedro of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Duke of Calabria & Sofia Landaluce y Melgarejo {Source}. He has the following siblings{Source}:
  1. Prince Pablo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (2004)
  2. Prince Pedro of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (2007)
  3. Princess Sofía of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (2008)
  4. Princess Blanca of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (2011)
  5. Princess María of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (2015)

As his royal line is defunct, we don't know much about him. One can likely assume he leads a fairly normal lifestyle.

Royal Profile: Princess Marie-Astrid of Liechtenstein

Princess Marie-Astrid Nora Margarita Veronica of Liechtenstein was born 26 June 1987 as the third child and second daughter of Princess Margaretha of Liechtenstein, Princess of Luxembourg and Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein {Source}. She has the following siblings{Source}:


Until 2010, her father served as an Ambassador from Liechtenstein for Belgium. This worked out well for her mother's sake-her uncle is the present King of Belgium. Therefore, it's almost safe to say that she grew up around the children of her mother's cousin Princess Astrid, Prince Amedeo, Princess Maria Laura, Prince Joachim & Princess Maria Luisa.
She likely speaks German, French, Dutch and English.



She shares a birthday with:
  • George Windsor, The Earl of St. Andrews (1962)
  • Prince Jaime of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Duke of Capua (1993)
  • Prince Pablo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (2004)
  • Princess Alexia of the Netherlands (2005)

Royal Profile: George Windsor, The Earl of St. Andrews

George Philip Nicolas Windsor, The Earl of St. Andrews was born 26 June 1962 as the eldest son of Prince Edward, The Duke of Kent & Katharine, The Duchess of Kent{Source}. He has a younger brother and sister, two siblings-in-law, and five nephews and two nieces{Source}:
  1. The Lady Helen Taylor (1964)
    1. Timothy Taylor (m. 1992)
      1. Columbus George Donald Taylor (1994)
      2. Cassius Edward Taylor (1996)
      3. Eloise Olivia Katherine Taylor (2003)
      4. Estella Olga Elizabeth Taylor (2004)
  2. Lord Nicholas Windsor (1970)
    1. Lady Nicolas Windsor (Paola) (1969, m. 2006)
      1. Master Albert Louis Philip Edward Windsor (2007)
      2. Master Leopold Ernest Augustus Guelph Windsor (2008)
      3. Master Louis Arthur Nicholas Felix Windsor (2014)
He was educated in England. He attended Eton College and The University of Cambridge's Downing College.


He, like much of his family, participates in charity work. He is a trustee of the SOS Children's Villages UK. He is a patron of the Association for the International Cancer Research. In April 2012, he joined the board of trustees of the Next Century Foundation. He os a Patron of the Welsh Sinfonia. He is a trustee of the Global eHealth Foundation.


He married Sylvanna, The Countess of St. Andrews on 9 January 1988{Source}. Together, they have three children{Source}:
  1. Edward Windsor, Lord Downpatrick (1988)
  2. The Lady Mariana-Charlotte Windsor (1992)
  3. The Lady Amelia Windsor (1995)


Upon his marriage, due to his wife's catholic faith, he was barred from succession. However, once the new succession rules came into play in 2015, he became 35th in succession. Due to his two eldest children becoming Catholics in their teens, they are still barred from the throne. He is followed in succession by his youngest daughter, The Lady Amelia. He is currently first in succession for the Dukedom of Kent, followed by his son and brother.

Sunday, June 25, 2017

The Royal Recap of the Royals You Love: June 19-25, 2017

Brazil

-Prince Antônio of Orléans-Braganza celebrated his 67th birthday on Saturday.

Belgium

-King Philippe & Queen Mathilde attended a dinner hosted by the former Secretary of State of the United States Henry Kissinger as part of a session of the Brussels-Asia Society Dialogue on Forging a Shared Future: Strategic Cooperation between Asia, Europe and the United States on Wednesday {Source}
Henry was US Secretary of State during the Nixon and Ford Administrations from 1973-1977.

-King Philippe attended a meeting with the American Chamber of Commerce to the EU and the Belgian Chamber of Commerce to the EU on Monday {Photos}. On Thursday, he began an official visit to Switzerland {Photos}

-Queen Mathilde attended a study day organized by Child Focuson the theme Fuguer: breaking the links to find others on Wednesday {Photos}{Source}

-King Albert II  inaugurated the new Clubhouse of the Royal Yacht Club of Belgium on Wednesday {Source}

Denmark

-Queen Margrethe II & Prince Henrik, Prince Consort arrived at aarhus port on Friday {Photos}

-Crown Princess Mary attended the opening of the nordiske havetradition on Wednesday {Photos}

-Theodor Christian Emanuel Rosanes af Rosenborg celebrated his 9th birthday on Monday.

France

-Prince Jacques d'Orléans, duc d'Orléans celebrated his 76th birthday on Sunday. 

-Prince Charles Louis d'Orléans , Duke of Chartres & Iléana Manos celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary on Wednesday.

-Prince Michael d'Orléans, Comte d'Evreux celebrated his 76th birthday on Sunday.

Germany

-Prince Albert II von Thurn und Taxis celebrated his 34th birthday on Friday.

-Prince Friedrich von Thurn und Taxis celebrated his 67th birthday on Thursday.

-Prince Hubertus von Thurn und Taxis celebrated his 44th birthday on Thursday.

Great Britain

-Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Prince Charles of Wales, Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall, The Prince Andrew, The Duke of York, The Prince Edward. The Earl of Wessex, Sophie, The Countess of Wessex, The Princess Anne, The Princess Royal, Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge,  Catherine, The Duchess of Cambridge Princess Beatrice of York, Princess Eugenie of York, Peter Mark Andrew Philips, Zara Anne Elizabeth Philips-Tindall, Michael James Tindall, David, The 2nd Earl of SnowdonSerena, The Countess of Snowdon & Lady Gabriella Windsor attended day 1 of the Royal Ascot on Tuesday {Photos}

-Queen Elizabeth II, The Prince Charles of Wales, Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall, The Prince Edward, The Earl of Wessex, Sophie, The Countess of Wessex & The Princess Anne, The Princess Royal attended Day 2 of the 2017 Royal Ascot on Wednesday {Photos}
They were joined by Diana, Princess of Wales's brother-in-law, Robert Fellowes.

-Queen Elizabeth II, The Prince Andrew, The Duke of York, The Princess Anne, The Princess Royal, Vice Admril Timothy Laurence, Sophie, The Countess of Wessex, Princess Beatrice of York, Princess Eugenie of York, Zara Anne Elizabeth Philips Tindall attended Day 3: Ladies Day at Royal Ascot on Thursday {Photos}

-Queen Elizabeth II & The Prince Charles of Wales attended the State Opening of the 2017 Parliament Session on Wednesday {Photos}{Photos}.

-Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh was admitted to the hospital as a precautionary measure on Tuesday {Source}.

-The Prince Charles of Wales  visited Muslim Welfare House on Wednesday {Photos}

-The Prince Edward, The Earl of Wessex & Sophie, The Countess of Wessex celebrated their 18th wedding anniversary on Monday.

-The Prince Edward, The Earl of Wessex visited Everton Football Club's new community centre and one of the oldest buildings in Liverpool, the contemporary art hub The Bluecoat on Friday {Photos}

-Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge celebrated his 35th birthday on Wednesday.

-Princess Beatrice of York & Princess Eugenie of York attended the 2017 V& Summer Party on Wednesday {Source}

-Birigitte, The Duchess of Gloucester celebrated her 71st birthday on Tuesday.

-Alexander Windsor, The Earl of Ulster & Dr. Claire Windsor, The Countess of Ulster celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary on Thursday.

-Senna Kowhai Lewis celebrated her 7th birthday on Thursday.

-The Lady Alexandra Clare Etherington celebrated her 58th birthday on Tuesday.

Italy

-Emmanuel Filberto, Prince of Venice and Piedmont celebrated his 45th birthday on Thursday.

-Princess Maria Carolina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, The Duchess of Calabria celebrated her 14th birthday on Friday.

Jordan

-Queen Rania visited the Jordanian Association for Human Development on Thursday {Photos}

-King Abdullah II & Princess Salma met with newly inaugurated French President Macron on Monday {Photos}

Monaco

-Princess Charlene, Prince Jacques, Hereditary Prince & Princess Gabriella attended the 2017 Fete du St. Jean on Friday {Photos}
-Prince Albert II supported the bees at the French Observatory of Apidology (OFA) on Wednesday {Photos}

-Princess Charlene visited the pool in la Turbie that bears her name on Thursday {Photos}

-Charlotte Marie Pomeline Casiraghi participated in the 2017 LGCT Monte Carlo this weekend {Source}

The Netherlands

-King Williem-Alexander I & Queen Maxima underwent an official visit to Italy this week {Photos} {Photos}

-Princess Maria Carolina of Bourbon-Parma, The Marchioness of Sala celebrated her 43rd birthday on Friday.

Romania

-Crown Princess Margareta & Prince Radu held an audience with Romania's Ambassador to Canada on Wednesday {Source}

-Princess Margareta held an audience with wives of the ambassadors from around the world to Romania on Tuesday {Source}

-Prince Radu represented the crown during a ceremony to mark the centennial of the Romanian constitutional reform on Tuesday {Source}  On Thursday, the Prince Consort attended  the National Children's Fencing Championship {Source}

Saudi Arabia

-King Salman appointed his Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Wednesday {Source}
Prior to this, the heir was Mohammed bin Nayef, who was King Salman's 1st cousin 1x removed.

-Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Princess Haya bint Hussein, Sheika of Saudi Arabia & Sheika Al Jalila attended the 2nd day of the Royal Ascot on Thursday {Source}{Source}

Spain

-King Felipe VI & Queen Letizia visited with children participating in the "Art of Educating" program at National Museum of the Prado. Madrid on Monday {Photos}

-King Felipe VI  presided over the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the commissioning of BP on Wednesday {Photos}

Sweden

-King Carl XVI Gustaf & Queen Silvia celebrated their 41st wedding anniversary on Monday.

-Crown Princess Victoria & Prince Daniel celebrated their 7th wedding anniversary on Monday.

Royal Profile: Prince Michael d'Orléans, Comte d'Evreux

Prince Michael d'Orléans, Comte d'Evreux was born on 25 June 1941 as the son of Henri Robert Ferdinand Marie Louis Philippe d'Orléans & Isabelle Marie de Orléans Bragança {Source}. He has the following siblings, siblings-in-law, nieces and nephews, and great nieces and nephews {Source}:
  1. Princess Isabelle Marie Laure Victorie d'Orleans (1932)
    1. Friedrich Karl Graf von Schönborn-Buchheim (1938)
      1. Damien Graf von Schönborn-Buchheim(1965)
      2. Vincenz Graf von Schönborn-Buchheim (1966)
      3. Lorraine Gräfin von Schönborn-Buchheim (1968)
      4. Wilhelm-Wilderich Clemens Hubertus Maria Graf von Spee (1963)
        1. August Maria Rafael Gräfin von Spee(1998)
        2. Paul Maria Gabriel Graf von Spee (1999)
        3. Eloise Marie Friederike Gräfin von Spee(2001)
        4. Ludmilla Maria Theresa Gräfin von Spee(2002)
        5. Kosmas Maria Wilhelm Serafin Graf von Spee(2007)
      5. Claire Marie Gräfin von Schönborn-Buchheim(1969)
      6. Melchor Graf von Schönborn-Buchheim (1977)
  2. Henri Philippe Pierre Marie d'Orléans, Prince d'Orléans(1933)
    1. Maria Theresa Herzogin von Württemberg (1934, m. 1957-1984, div)
      1. Princess Marie Isabelle d'Orleans (1959)
        1. Prince Gundakar of Liechtenstein (m. 1989)
          1. Princess Leopoldine of Liechtenstein (1990)
          2. Princess Marie of Liechtenstein (1991)
          3. Prince Johann Wenzel of Liechtenstein (1993)
          4. Princess Margarete of Liechtenstein (1995)
      2. Prince François Henri Louis Marie d'Orléans (1961)
      3. Princess Blanche d'Orléans (1962)
      4. Prince Jean Carl Pierre Marie d'Orléans,The Duke of Vendôme (1965)
        1. Maria MagdalenaPhilomena Juliana Johanna de Tornos y Steinhart (m. 2008 civily, married 2009 religiously)
          1. Prince Gaston Louis Antoine Marie d'Orléans (2009)
          2. Princess Antoinette d'Orléans (2012)
          3. Princess Louise-Marguerite d'Orléans (2014)
          4. Prince Joseph d’Orléans (2016)
      5. Prince Eudes Thibaut Joseph Maria d'OrléansDuke of Angoulême (1968)
    2. Micaela Cousino y Quines (m. 1984)
  3. Prince Jean, The Duc d'Orleans (1941, twin)
    1.  Gersende Thérèse Françoise de Sabran-Pontevès (m. 1969)
      1. Princess Diane Marie Laure d'Orléans (1970)
        1. Alexis de Noailles
        2. Victoire de Noailles
        3. Celine de Noailles (2005)
        4. Léontine de Noailles( 2006)
      2. Prince Charles-Louis d'Orléans, The Duke of Chartes (1972)
        1. Princess Ilena d'Orléans, The Duchess of Chartes (m. 1997)
          1. Prince Philippe Jacques Nicolas d'Orléans (1998)
          2. Princess Louise Marie Isabelle d'Orléans (1999)
          3. Princess Hélène Sybille Irène d'Orléans (2001)
          4. Prince Constantin Foulques Alexandre d'Orléans (2003)
          5. Princess Isabelle Roxane Christine d'Orléans (2005)
      3. Prince Foulques Thibaut d'Orléans(1974)
Before marrying, Prince Michael dated Princess Irene of Greece & Denmark. He eventually married Béatrice Marie Pasquier de Franclieu, whom he married on 18 November 1967{Source}. Together they have the following children, children-in-law, and grandchildren {Source}:
  1. Prince Michael d'Orléans, Comte d'Evreux (1941, twin)
    1. Béatrice Marie Guillemine Huguette (1941, m. 1969, later div)
      1. Princess Clotilde Jacqueline Charlotte Marie d'Orléans (1968)
        1.  Edouard Yves Corneille Crépy (1969, m. 1993) 
          1. Louis Nicolas Marie François Stephane Corneille Crépy (1995)
          2. Charles Edouard Marie Alvaro Tatiana Corneille Crépy (1996)
          3. Gaspard Marie Leon Canio Corneille Crépy (1999)
          4. Augustin Crépy (2005)
          5. Eléonore Crépy (2007)
    2. Princess Adélaïde Jeanne Marie d'Orléans (1971)
      1. Pierre-Louis Étienne Marcel Éric Dailly (1968, m. 2002)
        1. Diego Marie Michel Louis Alexis Dailly (2003)
        2. Almudena Marie Sarah Béatrice Aline Dailly (2004)
        3. Gaetano Dailly (2009)
    3. Prince Charles-Philippe Marie Louis of Orléans, Duke of Anjou (1973)
      1.  Diana Álvares Pereira de Melo, 11th Duchess of Cadaval (m. 2008) 
        1. Princess Isabelle of Orléans (2012)
    4. Prince François Charles Frédéric Bruno Marie d'Orléans, Count of Dreux (1982)
      1. Theresa Marie Dorothée Gabrielle Cathérine von Einsiedel (1984, m. 2014)
        1. Prince Philippe d'Orléans (2017)
On 29 April 2017, in Paris, Évreux entered a civil marriage with Madame Barbara de Posch-Pastor (b. 1952).

Royal Profile: Prince Jacques d'Orléans, duc d'Orléans

Prince Jacques d'Orléans, duc d'Orléans was born on 25 June 1941 as the son of Prince Henri Robert Ferdinand Marie Louis Philippe d'Orléans & Isabelle Marie de Orléans Bragança {Source}. He has the following siblings, siblings-in-law, nieces and nephews, and great nieces and nephews {Source}:
  1. Princess Isabelle Marie Laure Victorie d'Orleans (1932)
    1. Friedrich Karl Graf von Schönborn-Buchheim (1938)
      1. Damien Graf von Schönborn-Buchheim(1965)
      2. Vincenz Graf von Schönborn-Buchheim (1966)
      3. Lorraine Gräfin von Schönborn-Buchheim (1968)
      4. Wilhelm-Wilderich Clemens Hubertus Maria Graf von Spee (1963)
        1. August Maria Rafael Gräfin von Spee(1998)
        2. Paul Maria Gabriel Graf von Spee (1999)
        3. Eloise Marie Friederike Gräfin von Spee(2001)
        4. Ludmilla Maria Theresa Gräfin von Spee(2002)
        5. Kosmas Maria Wilhelm Serafin Graf von Spee(2007)
      5. Claire Marie Gräfin von Schönborn-Buchheim(1969)
      6. Melchor Graf von Schönborn-Buchheim (1977)
  2. Henri Philippe Pierre Marie d'Orléans, Prince d'Orléans(1933)
    1. Maria Theresa Herzogin von Württemberg (1934, m. 1957-1984, div)
      1. Princess Marie Isabelle d'Orleans (1959)
        1. Prince Gundakar of Liechtenstein (m. 1989)
          1. Princess Leopoldine of Liechtenstein (1990)
          2. Princess Marie of Liechtenstein (1991)
          3. Prince Johann Wenzel of Liechtenstein (1993)
          4. Princess Margarete of Liechtenstein (1995)
      2. Prince François Henri Louis Marie d'Orléans (1961)
      3. Princess Blanche d'Orléans (1962)
      4. Prince Jean Carl Pierre Marie d'Orléans,The Duke of Vendôme (1965)
        1. Maria MagdalenaPhilomena Juliana Johanna de Tornos y Steinhart (m. 2008 civily, married 2009 religiously)
          1. Prince Gaston Louis Antoine Marie d'Orléans (2009)
          2. Princess Antoinette d'Orléans (2012)
          3. Princess Louise-Marguerite d'Orléans (2014)
          4. Prince Joseph d’Orléans (2016)
      5. Prince Eudes Thibaut Joseph Maria d'OrléansDuke of Angoulême (1968)
    2. Micaela Cousino y Quines (m. 1984)
  3.  Prince Michael d'Orléans, Comte d'Evreux (1941, twin)
    1. Béatrice Marie Guillemine Huguette (1941, m. 1969, later div)
      1. Princess Clotilde Jacqueline Charlotte Marie d'Orléans (1968)
        1.  Edouard Yves Corneille Crépy (1969, m. 1993) 
          1. Louis Nicolas Marie François Stephane Corneille Crépy (1995)
          2. Charles Edouard Marie Alvaro Tatiana Corneille Crépy (1996)
          3. Gaspard Marie Leon Canio Corneille Crépy (1999)
          4. Augustin Crépy (2005)
          5. Eléonore Crépy (2007)
    2. Princess Adélaïde Jeanne Marie d'Orléans (1971)
      1. Pierre-Louis Étienne Marcel Éric Dailly (1968, m. 2002)
        1. Diego Marie Michel Louis Alexis Dailly (2003)
        2. Almudena Marie Sarah Béatrice Aline Dailly (2004)
        3. Gaetano Dailly (2009)
    3. Prince Charles-Philippe Marie Louis of Orléans, Duke of Anjou (1973)
      1.  Diana Álvares Pereira de Melo, 11th Duchess of Cadaval (m. 2008) 
        1. Princess Isabelle of Orléans (2012)
    4. Prince François Charles Frédéric Bruno Marie d'Orléans, Count of Dreux (1982)
      1. Theresa Marie Dorothée Gabrielle Cathérine von Einsiedel (1984, m. 2014)
        1. Prince Philippe d'Orléans (2017)

The Duc d'Orleans married Gersende Thérèse Françoise de Sabran-Pontevès on 2 August 1969 {Source}. Together, they have the following children, children-in-law & grandchildren {Source}:

  1. Princess Diane Marie Laure d'Orléans (1970)
    1. Alexis de Noailles
    2. Victoire de Noailles
    3. Celine de Noailles (2005)
    4. Léontine de Noailles( 2006)
  2. Prince Charles-Louis d'Orléans, The Duke of Chartes (1972)
    1. Princess Ilena  d'Orléans, The Duchess of Chartes (m. 1997)
      1. Prince Philippe Jacques Nicolas d'Orléans (1998)
      2. Princess Louise Marie Isabelle d'Orléans (1999)
      3. Princess Hélène Sybille Irène d'Orléans (2001)
      4. Prince Constantin Foulques Alexandre d'Orléans (2003)
      5. Princess Isabelle Roxane Christine d'Orléans (2005)
  3. Prince Foulques Thibaut d'Orléans(1974)