House of Bourbon–Anjou

Royal House of the Spanish Royal Family
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The House of Bourbon-Anjou,[1][2][3] or simply sometimes House of Bourbon (Spanish: Casa de Borbón), is the currently in government royal house of the Kingdom of Spain. The current Spanish royal family has the current king, King Felipe VI, the wife of the King, Queen Letizia, their children Leonor, Princess of Asturias and Infanta Sofía of Spain, and the king's parents, King Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofía. The House of Bourbon-Anjou is a part of the House of Bourbon that comes from Philip, Duke of Anjou. The royal family usually lives at Zarzuela Palace in Madrid, but their official home is the Royal Palace of Madrid.

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Country Spain
estatesRoyal Palace of Madrid (seat)
Palace of Zarzuela (residence)
Royal Palace of El Pardo
Royal Site of El Escorial
Royal Palace of Aranjuez
Royal Palace of La Granja
Royal Palace of Riofrío
Royal Palace of La Almudaina
Parent houseHouse of Bourbon
Titles
Style(s)"His/Her Majesty"
"His/Her Royal Highness"
"His/Her Excellency"
Founded16 November 1700; 321 years ago (1700-11-16)
FounderPhilip V (Felipe V)
Current headFelipe VI of Spain
Louis Alphonse, Duke of Anjou
Carlo, Duke of Castro and Two-Sicilies
Pedro, Duke of Calabria and Two-Sicilies
Carlos, Duke of Parma
DepositionSpain:

Naples, Sardinia, Sicily, Milan, Lothier, Brabant, Limburg, Luxemburg, Namur, Flanders, Hainaut:

New Granada:

Río de la Plata:

New Spain:

Peru:

Parma:

Two Sicilies:

Cadet branchesHouse of Bourbon-Braganza
House of Bourbon-Parma
House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies

ReferencesEdit

  1. Feal Vázquez; Javier (2003). "Los símbolos de la Patria" (PDF).
  2. Fernández-Xesta y Vázquez; Ernesto (2012). "La heráldica familiar". ISSN 1137-1056.
  3. Campos Pérez; Lara (2009). "Iconografía de la idea de España en los manuales escolares durante la transición a la democracia (1976-1983)". pp. 109–130. ISSN 0214-400X.