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Prince Foulques, Duke of Aumale

HRH The Count of Paris
HRH The Countess of Paris

Prince Foulques Thibaut Robert Jacques Géraud Jean Marie of Orléans, Petit-Fils de France, comte d'Eu and duc d'Aumale was born on 9 July 1974. He is the son of Jacques Jean Yaroslaw Marie d'Orléans, Prince de France and Gersende de Sabran-Pontèves. His paternal grandfather was the late Henri, Count of Paris who was generally recognized as the rightful claimant to the French Throne with the title Henri VI. As such, Foulques would have the status of Petit-Fils de France with the style of Royal Highness.

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  • Institut de la Maison Royale de France
Prince Foulques, Duke of Aumale
Born: 9 July 1974
Preceded by
Prince Constantin of Orléans
Line of succession to the French throne (Orléanist)
9th position
Succeeded by
Prince Michel, Count of Évreux
Preceded by
Prince Constantin of Orléans
Line of succession to the French throne (Legitimist)
92nd position
Succeeded by
Robert, Count of La Marche


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