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BODA EN EL PARDO. ALFONSO DE BORBON Y CARMEN MARTINEZ BORDIU

Mar 10, 1972 - Don Alfonso di Borbone Dampierre sposato della Spagna del generale Franco nipote, Carmen Martinez Bordiu

EL DUQUE DE CADIZ BIOGRAFIA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtuIrostbuI


CARMEN M. BORDIU, LA NIETA DE FRANCO, EN CONSTANTE RETORNO

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_UPwYPDoOI

BODA EN EL PARDO. ALFONSO DE BORBON Y CARMEN MARTINEZ BORDIU

http://www.rtve.es/alacarta/videos/documentales-color/boda-pardo-alfonso-borbon-carmen-martinez-bordiu/2890454/ 


Boda de Juan carlos de bourbone and carmen de Franco,1972. photos

https://www.google.com/search?hs=X55&q=Boda+de+Juan+carlos+de+bourbone+and+carmen+de+Franco,1972.&tbm=isch&source=univ&client=opera&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiToc6vqsHiAhVipIsKHQRRCqQQsAR6BAgIEAE&biw=1880&bih=924


BODA EN EL PARDO. ALFONSO DE BORBON Y CARMEN MARTINEZ BORDIU

http://www.rtve.es/alacarta/videos/documentales-color/boda-pardo-alfonso-borbon-carmen-martinez-bordiu/2890454/

Mar 10, 1972 - Don Alfonso di Borbone Dampierre sposato della Spagna del generale Franco nipote, Carmen Martinez Bordiu. -

https://www.alamy.it/mar-10-1972-don-alfonso-di-borbone-dampierre-sposato-della-spagna-del-generale-franco-nipote-carmen-martinez-bordiu-image69465322.html


Alfonso di Borbone Dampierre

https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfonso_di_Borbone_Dampierre

Alfonso, Duca d'Angiò, Duca di Cadice, Grande di Spagna (Alfonso Jaime Marcelino Manuel Victor Maria, Alphonse de Bourbon per lo stato francese; Roma, 20 aprile 1936 – Beaver Creek, 30 gennaio 1989), primogenito di Giacomo Enrico di Borbone-Spagna ed Emanuela di Dampierre e quindi nipote di Alfonso XIII di Spagna, fu pretendente al trono francese con il nome di Alfonso III.


alfonso di borbone dampierre, silvana pampanini, 60s

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L'8 marzo 1972 al Palazzo Reale di El Pardo, a Madrid, Alfonso sposò Doña María del Carmen Martínez-Bordiú y Franco, figlia di Don Cristóbal Martínez-Bordiú, X marchese di Villaverde e di sua moglie, Doña Carmen Franco, I duchessa di Franco ed unica figlia del Caudillo. Testimoni furono lo stesso Generale Franco (che accompagnò la nipote all'altare, scavalcando il genero) e la madre di Alfonso. La coppia divorziò civilmente nel 1982 ed ottenne l'annullamento nel 1986.


Il 22 novembre 1972, Alfonso ricevette il titolo di Duca di Cadice dal Generale Franco, che gli riconobbe il trattamento di Altezza reale. Questo suscitò timori e malumori nell'entourage di Juan Carlos e del conte di Barcellona, sia perché pareva che il Caudillo meditasse di mutare opinione sulla successione, sia perché tale titolo era appannaggio della Casa Reale di Spagna (cui Alfonso non apparteneva) e poteva essere concesso solo dal suo capo. Prima di Alfonso, l'ultimo a portare tale titolo era stato l'Infante Francesco d'Assisi di Borbone-Spagna.

Il 20 marzo 1975, il padre di Alfonso, Giacomo Enrico, morì: egli fu immediatamente riconosciuto da alcuni ambienti legittimisti spagnoli con Alfonso III di Francia e Navarra: il 3 agosto dello stesso anno scelse per sé il titolo di cortesia di duca d'Angiò.


Dal 1977 al 1984 Alfonso fu Presidente della Federazione Spagnola di Sci e dal 1984 al 1987 fu Presidente del Comitato Olimpico Spagnolo


Il 7 febbraio 1984 Alfonso stava tornando a casa con i suoi figli da una vacanza sciistica sui Pirenei: la sua automobile si scontrò con un camion. Il primogenito Francesco morì sul colpo, l'altro figlio Luigi Alfonso restò in ospedale per un mese ed Alfonso dovette subire sei operazioni. Un giudice sancì che Alfonso era stato negligente e lo privò della custodia dell'unico figlio


María del Carmen Martínez-Bordiú y Franco

https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/María_del_Carmen_Martínez-Bordiú_y_Franco

María del Carmen Martínez-Bordiú y Franco (Madrid, 26 febbraio 1951), II duchessa di Franco, è un'aristocratica spagnola e figura sociale.


Giacomo Enrico di Borbone-Spagna

https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giacomo_Enrico_di_Borbone-Spagna

Giacomo Enrico di Borbone-Spagna (nome completo: Jaime Leopoldo Isabelino Enrique Alberto Alfonso Víctor Acacio Pedro Pablo María) (La Granja de San Ildefonso, 23 giugno 1908 – San Gallo, 20 marzo 1975) era il secondogenito di Alfonso XIII di Spagna e di Vittoria Eugenia di Battenberg; dal 1941 fu pretendente legittimista al trono di Francia con il nome di Enrico VI e pretendente al trono di Spagna sotto il nome di Giacomo IV.


Alfonso XIII di Spagna

https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfonso_XIII_di_Spagna

Alfonso XIII di Borbone (in spagnolo: Alfonso XIII de Borbón; Madrid, 17 maggio 1886 – Roma, 28 febbraio 1941) figlio di Alfonso XII, divenne re di Spagna alla sua nascita, anche se assunse il potere solamente nel 1902 (sua madre Maria Cristina d'Asburgo-Teschen tenne la reggenza dal 1885 al 1902). Fu deposto il 14 aprile 1931. Per una parte dei monarchici francesi, egli è stato anche pretendente legittimista al trono di Francia e di Navarra con il nome di Alphonse II


Vittoria Eugenia di Battenberg

https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vittoria_Eugenia_di_Battenberg

Vittoria Eugenia di Battenberg (nome completo Victoria Eugenie Julia Ena of Battenberg; Castello di Balmoral, 24 ottobre 1887 – Losanna, 15 aprile 1969) fu regina di Spagna dal 1906 come consorte di Alfonso XIII di Spagna.


Francuski tron

https://ladyreading.forumfree.it/?t=27524958&st=15


Luigi Alfonso di Borbone-Dampierre

https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luigi_Alfonso_di_Borbone-Dampierre

Luigi Alfonso di Borbone (nome completo: Louis Alphonse Gonzalve Víctor Emanuel Marc de Bourbon) (Madrid, 25 aprile 1974), unico figlio sopravvissuto di Alfonso di Borbone Dampierre duca d'Angio e di Cadice e di doña María del Carmen Martínez-Bordiú y Franco dei marchesi di Villaverde, è un discendente morganatico della Casa dei Borbone e del generalissimo Francisco Franco. Luigi Alfonso è anche un pretendente neo-legittimista (Bianchi di Spagna) al trono francese con il nome di Luigi XX in contrapposizione a Enrico d'Orléans, nonché cugino di terzo grado dell'attuale sovrano Filippo VI di Spagna.


Louis Alphonse, Duke of Anjou

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Alphonse,_Duke_of_Anjou

Louis Alphonse's engagement to marry Venezuelan María Margarita Vargas Santaella, the daughter of Victor Vargas, was announced in November 2003. They were married civilly in Caracas on 5 November 2004 and religiously on 6 November 2004 in La Romana, Dominican Republic. None of the members of the Spanish royal family attended the wedding. Although no official reason was given, it was no secret that the then king, Juan Carlos I, did not approve his cousin's claim to the French throne, nor the fact that Louis Alphonse issued the wedding invitations styled as "Duke of Anjou". As from 2005, the couple resided in Venezuela, where he worked at Banco Occidental de Descuento, before moving to the United States[when?]. Subsequently, they took up residence in Madrid.[citation needed]

Louis Alphonse and María Margarita had their first child, Eugénie, on 5 March 2007, at Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami. She was baptised at the papal nunciature in Paris in June 2007. Her godparents are Prince Charles-Emmanuel of Bourbon-Parma and his wife Constance. Legitimists recognise her as Princess Eugénie (in Spain her name is Eugenia de Borbón Vargas).

The couple had twin sons, Louis and Alphonse, on 28 May 2010 in New York City. Their father has conferred upon them the historic French titles of, respectively, Duke of Burgundy (duc de Bourgogne), and Duke of Berry (duc de Berry). (In Spain, the twins are Don Luis and Don Alfonso de Borbón Vargas).[citation needed] Prince Louis, as Legitimist Dauphin of France, is expected to succeed his father as head of the French royal house, the senior Bourbon/Capetian line, in Legitimist reckoning. Louis and Alphonse were baptised on 5 September 2010 at St Peter's Basilica in Vatican City by Cardinal Angelo Comastri. Louis' godparents were Arancha Martínez-Bordíu (his father's maternal aunt) and Francisco D'Agostino (his mother's brother-in-law). Alphonse's godparents were Amparo Corell de Trenor, Baroness de Alacuás and Lorenzo Perales.

Their fourth child, Henri, was born on 1 February 2019 in New York and was granted the title Duke of Touraine (duc de Touraine).


Enter Louis XX! Meet the (rather handsome) Spanish duke who claims that he should be the next King of FRANCE

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3092484/Enter-Louis-XX-Meet-handsome-Spanish-duke-claims-King-FRANCE.html

His cousin Juan Carlos I, former King of Spain, is thought to be less than impressed by his claims to the French throne and was allegedly furious when he sent out wedding invitations bearing his French title which he holds in pretence rather than in reality.

One that he can certainly lay claim to, however, is the Spanish Dukedom of Franco - a courtesy title created by Juan Carlos I in 1975 and bestowed on General Franco's daughter Carmen from whom Louis Alphonse is descended.

According to the Legitimists, the Duke, who is Spanish by birth, is also entitled to the French courtesy title of Prince of the Blood following his decision to take French citizenship.

While Louis Alphonse is arguably the most handsome, the royal isn't the only pretender to a now defunct European throne.

Indeed, he isn't even the only pretender to the Crown of France. In total there are no fewer than four, including the Duke, among them the Bonapartist Charles, Prince Napoléon, a 64-year-old minor politician.


Meet the Would-be King of France (He’s Kind of a Babe)

https://www.messynessychic.com/2014/08/08/meet-the-would-be-king-of-france-hes-kind-of-a-babe/

It’s not fair that the English get to have all the fun with their monarchy. France has better palaces and all these monuments and frankly, we need more parades in Paris. Enter Louis Alphonse, Duke of Anjou, the rightful pretender to the French throne. In other words, if the French throne were restored, this guy would become King Louis XX of France.

Okay, here are the stats:

He was born in 1974 in Madrid where he currently resides with his family, but he is recognised as the “Head of the House of Bourbon”, a European royal house of French origin and senior male heir of Hugh the Great, a.k.a. Hugh Capet, the first “King of the Franks”. He is also a great-grandson of King Alfonso XIII of Spain and second cousin of the current King Philip VI of Spain.

Sounds legit.

His supporters call themselves the legitimists, a faction of French royalists. (In my search for pictures, I found quite a few die-hard blogs devoted to the would-be King and the restoration of the French monarchy). The legitimists also recognise Louis’ daughter as Princess Eugenie of Bourbon and apparently even the French Minister of Justice recognises Louis as “His Royal Highness”.



Scandalous Affairs of Borbon Spain's Royal Family

https://royalfavourites.blogspot.com/2018/12/scandalous-affairs-of-borbon-spains_98.html



Vicente Enrique y Tarancón

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vicente_Enrique_y_Tarancón

Vicente Enrique y Tarancón (14 May 1907 – 28 November 1994), known in his country as Cardenal Tarancón or Tarancón, was a Spanish Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church who served as Archbishop of Madrid from 1971 to 1983, and as president of the Spanish Episcopal Conference from 1971 to 1981, during the difficult years of the Spanish transition to democracy. He was elevated to the cardinalate in 1969.


Vicente Cardinal Enrique y Tarancón

http://www.catholic-hierarchy.org/bishop/benta.html




Los anos del NO DO 1966

http://www.rtve.es/alacarta/videos/los-anos-del-no-do/anos-del-no-do-1966-santana-triunfa-wimblendon/3238451/


Los anos del NO DO 1972.

http://www.rtve.es/alacarta/videos/los-anos-del-no-do/anos-del-no-do-1972-borbon-familia-franco/3246475/


Los años del NO DO - (1973) Se apagó la voz de Nino Bravo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrke0LVMMus


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