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Prince Gaston of Orléans (2009–)

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Prince Gaston of Orléans (2009–)

Prince Gaston
House House of Orléans
Father Prince Jean, Duke of Vendôme
Mother Philomena de Tornos y Steinhart
Born (2009-11-19) 19 November 2009 (age 4)
Paris, France

HRH The Count of Paris
HRH The Countess of Paris

Prince Gaston d'Orléans (born 19 November 2009) is a male-line grandson of Henri, Count of Paris, Duke of France, Orleanist claimant to the throne of France. Gaston is third in line in the Orleanist succession to the French throne after his uncle, François, Count of Clermont and his father. He is also a direct descendant from Isabella I of Castile


Gaston was born in Paris, the oldest child and only son of Prince Jean, Duke of Vendôme and his wife, Philomena de Tornos y Steinhart.[1]


See also


Prince Gaston of Orléans (2009–)
Cadet branch of the House of Bourbon
Born: 19 November 2009
Titles in pretence
Preceded by
Jean, Duke of Vendôme
Orléanist line of succession to the French throne
3rd position
Succeeded by
Eudes, duc d'Angoulême
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