Genealogy of the Royal Family of Spain1

HRH Infante Don Jaime Duke de Segovia and his descendants


HRH Don Jaime Luitpold Isabelino Enrique Alejandro Alberto Alfonso Victor Acacio Pedro Paulo Maria Infante of Spain, Duke de Segovia
* La Granja, San Ildefonso near Segovia, June 23rd, 1908
† St. Gall Cantonal Hospital, St. Gall, March 20th, 1975
Prince of Asturias (= Crown Prince), Prince de Viana y Gerona, Duke de Montblanch, Count de Cervera, Lord de Balaguer, June 11th, 1933 (renounced the right of succession for himself and his descendants: June 21st, 1933; on February 28th, 1946 he assumed the title "Duke de Anjou" and became a pretender to the French throne; later he also assumed the title "Duke de Madrid" and reclaimed his right of succession to the Spanish throne)

Married:

  1. (civil and religious) San Ignacio, Rome, March 4th, 1935:
    Vittoria Jeanne Joséphine Pierre Marie Emanuela de Dampierre
    * Rome, November 8th, 1913
    (Divorced: Bucharest, May 4th, 1947 and again: June 3rd, 1949)
  2. (civil) Innsbruck, August 3rd, 1949:
    Charlotte Luise Auguste Tiedemann
    * Königsberg (today: Kaliningrad), January 2nd, 1919
    † West Berlin, July 3rd, 1979

HRH The Duchess de Cadiz and her sonChildren from the first marriage:

  1. Don Alfonso Jaime Marcelino Manuel Victor Maria de Borbón y de Dampierre
    (Since November 22nd, 1972:) HRH Don Alfonso Jaime Marcelino Manuel Victor Maria de Borbón y de Dampierre Duke de Cádiz
    (Since October 29th, 1987Don Alfonso Jaime Marcelino Manuel Victor Maria de Borbón y de Dampierre Duke de Cádiz:)
    * Rome, April 20th, 1936
    † (skiing accident) Beaver Creek, Colorado, January 30th, 1989
    Created Duke de Cádiz with the style of Royal Highness by General Francisco Franco y Bahamonde, November 22nd, 1972 (on October 29th, 1987 the Spanish government deprived him of the style of Royal Highness and announced that the title Duke de Cádiz would become extinct with his death)
    Ambassador of Spain in Sweden, 1969-1973
    (Granted the title "Dauphin" by his father; assumed the title "Duke de Anjou" and was a pretender to the French throne following the death of his father)

    Married:

    (civil and religious) Chapel, El Pardo, Madrid, March 8th, 1972:
    Doña Maria del Carmen Esperanza Alejandra de la Santíssima Trinidad Martínez-Bordiú y Franco
    * Madrid, February 26th, 1951
    (Divorced: Madrid, May 14th, 1982; annulled: December 16th, 1986)

    Don Luís Alfonso de Borbón y Martínez-BordiúChildren from this marriage:

    1. Don Francisco Alfonso Jaime Cristóbal Victor José Gonzalo Cecilio de Borbón y Martínez-Bordiú
      * San Francisco de Asis Clinic, Madrid, November 22nd, 1972
      † (car crash) Hospital de Navarra, Pamplona, February 7th, 1984
      (Granted the title "Dauphin" by his father)
    2. Don Luís Alfonso Gonzalo Victor Manuel Marco de Borbón y Martínez-Bordiú
      * Madrid, April 25th, 1974
      (Granted the titles "Duke de Tourraine", September 19th, 1981 and "Duke de Bourbon", September 27th, 1984 by his father; assumed the title "Duke de Anjou" and is a pretender to the French throne since February 2nd, 1989)
  2. Don Gonzalo Victor Alfonso José Bonifacio Antonio Maria y Todos los Santos de Borbón y de Dampierre

Don Gonzalo Victor Alfonso José Bonifacio Antonio Maria y Todos los Santos de Borbón y de Dampierre
* Rome, June 5th, 1937
† (leukemia) Hospital, Lausanne, May 27th, 2000
(Granted the title "Duke de Aquitaine" by his father)

Married:

  1. (civil) Puerto Vallarta, January 28th, 1983:
    Doña María del Carmen Harto y Montealegre
    * Vallecas, Madrid, April 23rd, 1947
    (Separated: April 18th, 1983; this civil marriage was not recognized as valid in Spain)
  2. (civil) Madrid, June 25th and (religious) Chapel, Olmedilla, Valladolid, June 30th, 1984:
    Doña María de las Mercedes Licer y García
    * Valencia, October 15th, 1963
    (Divorced: Madrid, January 31st, 1989; annulled: March 1995)
  3. (civil) Genoa, December 12th, 1992 and (religious) Church of Santa Maria, Campitelli, Rome, September 16th, 1995:
    Emanuela Maria Pratolongo
    * Genoa, March 22nd, 1960

Stephanie de Borbon with her four sonsIllegitimate child:

  1. Stephanie Michelle de Borbon
    * Doctors' Hospital, Coral Gables, Florida, June 19th, 1968
    (Mother: Sandra Lee Landry, * Jacksonville, Florida, August 25th, 1937)

    Married:

    1995:
    Richard Carl McMasters II
    * 1972

    Children from this marriage:

    1. Nicolas Stephano Alesandro de Borbon
      * 1994
      (Born out of wedlock)
    2. Christian Alfonso de Borbon
      * 1995
      (Born out of wedlock)
    3. Jaime Sebastian McMasters
      * 1996
    4. Richard Carl McMasters III
      * 1998

Footnotes:

  1. Source: Queen Victoria's Descendants by Marlene A. Eilers. With special thanks to Jérôme Baudesson, Hein Bruins, Brigitte Gastel Lloyd and Netty Leistra.

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Last updated: June 3rd, 2002.

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