Prince Charles of Luxembourg

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Prince Charles
Spouse Joan Douglas Dillon
Issue
Princess Charlotte
Prince Robert
House House of Nassau-Weilburg
Father Felix of Bourbon-Parma
Mother Charlotte, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg
Born (1927-08-07)7 August 1927
Died 26 July 1977(1977-07-26) (aged 49)

Charles Frédéric Louis Guillaume Marie (7 August 1927, Berg Castle - Imbarcati, Pistoia, 26 July 1977), was a Luxembourgian prince, a son of Grand Duchess Charlotte and Felix of Bourbon-Parma.

Born as Prince of Luxembourg, Prince of Nassau, Prince of Bourbon-Parma, he married at St. Edward's, in Sutton Park, Guildford, Surrey, on 1 March 1967 Joan Douglas Dillon (born New York City, New York, 31 January 1935), daughter of U.S. Treasury Secretary C. Douglas Dillon and wife Phyllis Chess Ellsworth.

His wife[edit]

She married firstly in Paris on 1 August 1953 James Brady Moseley (New York City, New York, 22 May 1931 – Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, 9 April 1998), son of Frederick S. Moseley, Jr. and wife Jane H. Brady. They were divorced in Washoe County, Nevada, on 12 December 1955; later the marriage was annulled in Rome on 22 June 1963.

After her second husband's death she married thirdly in Isleboro, Maine, on 3 August 1978 Philippe-François-Armand-Marie, 7th duc de Mouchy, without issue.

Offspring[edit]

Prince Charles and his wife, née Joan Dillon, had two children:

Ancestry[edit]

References[edit]

Styles of
Prince Charles of Luxembourg
Reference style His Royal Highness
Spoken style Your Royal Highness
Alternative style Sir

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