Prince François, Count of Clermont

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Prince François
Count of Clermont
House House of Orléans
Father Prince Henri, Count of Paris
Mother Duchess Marie Therese of Württemberg
Born (1961-02-07) 7 February 1961 (age 53)
Religion Roman Catholicism
Styles of
Prince François,
Count of Clermont
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Reference style His Royal Highness
Spoken style Your Royal Highness
Alternative style Sir
French Royal Family
Orléanist
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HRH The Count of Paris
HRH The Countess of Paris

Prince François of Orléans, Count of Clermont (François Henri Louis Marie; born 7 February 1961), is the eldest son of Orleanist pretender to the French throne, Prince Henri, Count of Paris, Duke of France and his former wife Duchess Marie Therese of Württemberg.

He was the Dauphin of France, being the eldest son of the Orleanist pretender to the French throne. However, his mother suffered from toxoplasmosis during pregnancy, resulting in Prince François being mentally disabled, as is his younger sister, Princess Blanche. [1]

His godparents were Henri, Count of Paris (paternal grandfather) and Duchess Rosa of Württemberg (maternal grandmother).

In 2006 their father named his second son, Prince Jean, Duke of Vendôme, as Dauphin of France.


Ancestry[edit]

References[edit]

  • Philippe de Montjouvent, Le comte de Paris et sa descendance, Du Chaney Eds, Paris, 1998, ISBN 2-913211-00-3.
  • Georges Poisson, Les Orléans, une famille en quête d'un trône, Perrin, Paris, 1999 ISBN 2-262-01583-X.
  • Henri d'Orléans, Ma Vie, Tallandier, Paris, 2003.
  • Henri d'Orléans, À mes fils, Albin Michel, Paris, 1990.
  1. ^ "Les 50 ans du prince François, comte de Clermont". Noblesse et royautes (French). 


Prince François, Count of Clermont
Cadet branch of the House of Bourbon
Born: 7 February 1961
Titles in pretence
Henri d'Orléans, Count of Paris Legitimist line of succession to the French throne
80th position
Succeeded by
Prince Jean, Duke of Vendôme