Prince of Brazil (Brazil)

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For the Portuguese title, see Prince of Brazil.

Prince of Brazil (Portuguese: Príncipe do Brasil) was a title of royalty granted on to non-heir (with some exceptions) members of the Brazilian Imperial Family during the times of the Brazilian Empire.

Style of Address[edit]

A Prince or Princess of Brazil would be addressed with the style of highness. If the Prince or Princess also had a title of higher standing, such as Prince Imperial of Brazil, then the Prince or Princess would be addressed with the style linked with the highest title they possess.[1]

Privileges[edit]

A Prince or Princess of Brazil would receive financial assistance from birth until death, unless the Prince or Princess married a foreign-born spouse or moved out of the country.[2]

Princes of Brazil[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Brazilian Constitution of 1824, article 105.
  2. ^ Brazilian Constitution of 1824, article 109.