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  1. Prince Félix of Bourbon-Parma [1] (later Prince Félix of Luxembourg; 28 September 1893 [2] – 8 April 1970) was the husband of Charlotte, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg and the father of her six children, including her successor Jean, Grand Duke of Luxembourg.

    • Primeros años de Vida
    • Matrimonio E Hijos
    • Distinciones Honoríficas

    Nació en la localidad austríaca de Schwarzau am Steinfeld (Baja Austria) donde la familia ducal de Parma vivía en el exilio. Fue hijo del duque Roberto I de Parma y de su segunda esposa, la infanta María Antonia de Portugal. Félix era nieto por vía paterna del duque Carlos III de Parma y de la princesa Luisa María de Francia mientras que por vía ma...

    El 6 de noviembre de 1919 se casó con su prima hermana, la princesa y después gran duquesa Carlota de Luxemburgo y fue proclamado príncipe de Luxemburgo por decreto gran ducal. Carlota era hija del gran duque Guillermo IV de Luxemburgo y de la infanta María Ana de Portugal. La pareja tuvo seis hijos: 1. SAR el gran duque Juan de Luxemburgo, nacido ...

    Distinciones honoríficas luxemburguesas

    1. Caballero gran cruz de la Orden del León de Oro de la Casa de Nassau (Luxemburgo). 2. Medalla Conmemorativa del Enlace Matrimonial entre Juan y Josefina Carlota de Luxemburgo (Luxemburgo, 09/04/1953).

    Distinciones honoríficas extranjeras

    1. Caballero gran cruz de la Orden de Avis ( República Portuguesa, 24/02/1950). 2. Caballero de la Real Orden de los Serafines ( Reino de Suecia, 18/07/1951). 3. Caballero de la Suprema Orden de Cristo (Santa Sede).

  2. Prince Félix of Bourbon-Parma ( Félix Marie Vincent; 28 September 1893 – 8 April 1970), later Prince Félix of Luxembourg, was the husband of Charlotte, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg and the father of her six children, including her replacement: Grand Duke Jean. He was the longest serving consort of Luxembourg. References

    • Title Royal Highness
    • Prince of Bourbon-Parma Not Parma
    • Comment
    • Date of Birth

    It is not true that the title Royal Highness came to the grand-ducal family by the way of marriage to Prince Felix de Bourbon-Parme. The grand father of Grand Duchess Charlotte (Grand Duke Adolphe)er was a Royal Higness and so on.....

    The change made in the article's reference to Felix as "Prince of Parma" instead of "Prince of Bourbon-Parma" is inaccurate for reasons that have been documented before, but here goes:

    This seems an odd comment: 1. Unlike some European consorts, Felix neither adopted his wife's dynastic surname (of Nassau), nor relinquished his own princely title and name. Precisely which European male consorts had done this prior to 1919? john k19:04, 28 August 2006 (UTC) 1. None is what immediately comes to my mind... Charles19:07, 28 August 20...

    Ever since 25 October 2008, over 4 years ago, his birth date has appeared as "28 September/28 October1893". This is a very unorthodox way of expressing uncertainty, as it can be read in different ways, e.g. either one or the other date, or somewhere in between. Also, this surely deserved some sort of explanation when the edit was first made, and it...

  3. His godparents are Prince Jean and Catalina Mestre. He was named after his great-grandfather, Prince Felix of Bourbon-Parma. Prince Félix attended Lorentzweiler for his primary school and the Notre Dame Sainte-Sophie of Luxembourg, then the "American School of Luxembourg" for secondary schooling.

    • Princess Amalia of Nassau, Prince Liam of Nassau
    • Luxembourg-Nassau (official)