Jean Carl Pierre Marie d'Orléans (born 19 May 1965) is the current head of the House of Orléans.Jean is the senior male descendant by primogeniture in the male-line of Louis-Philippe I, King of the French, and thus, according to the Orléanists, the legitimate claimant to the throne of France as Jean IV.
Isabella, then aged twelve, was effectively sidelined by the pair. Edward chose to sit with Gaveston rather than Isabella at their wedding celebration, causing grave offence to her uncles Louis, Count of Évreux, and Charles, Count of Valois, and then refused to grant her either her own lands or her own household.
Marie-Thérèse Charlotte (19 December 1778 – 19 October 1851) was the eldest child of King Louis XVI and Queen Marie Antoinette of France.In 1799 she married her cousin Louis Antoine, Duke of Angoulême, the eldest son of Charles, Count of Artois, henceforth becoming the Duchess of Angoulême.
Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor and Isabella of Portugal: Prince Alfonso, Count of Caserta: Princess Maria Antonietta of Bourbon-Two Sicilies: 8 June 1868: Francis I of the Two Sicilies and María Isabella of Spain: Alfonso V of Aragon: Maria of Castile, Queen of Aragon: 12 June 1415: John I of Castile and Eleanor of Aragon, Queen of Castile ...
Henri, Count of Paris, Duke of France (Prince Henri Philippe Pierre Marie d'Orléans; 14 June 1933 – 21 January 2019), was the Orléanist pretender to the defunct French throne as Henry VII. He was head of the House of Orléans as senior in male-line descent from Louis-Philippe I d'Orléans , who reigned as King of the French from 1830 to 1848.
On 1 June, Charles de Gaulle was promoted to brigadier general; on 5 June, Prime Minister Paul Reynaud appointed him Under Secretary of State for Defence, a junior post in the French cabinet. De Gaulle was known for his willingness to challenge accepted ideas; in 1912, he asked to be posted to Pétain 's regiment, whose maxim 'Firepower kills' was then in stark contrast to the prevailing ...
In 1360, the Count was raised to a Dukedom becoming known as Duke of Anjou, subsequently leading the Duchy of Anjou. The title was held by Philip V of Spain before his accession in 1700. Since then, some Spanish legitimist claimants to the French throne have borne the title even to the present day, as does a nephew of the Orléanist pretender.