Last Thursday, August 10, mostly of the entire Bourbon-Two Sicilies Royal Family visited the exhibition dedicated to his ancestor King Charles III, which is open until October 17 in the Archivo de la Corona de Aragón Palace, in Barcelona (Spain), entitled “Carlos de Borbón, de Barcelona a Napoles ». H.R.H The Duke of Calabria, Don Pedro of Bourbon-Two Sicilies and Orléans, came accompanied by his mother, H.R.H. Princess Doña Ana of France, Dowager Duchess of Calabria (wife of the late Infante Don Carlos, +2015), his wife S.A.R. The Duchess of Calabria, Doña Sofia, her sisters TT.RR.HH. The Archduchess Doña Maria of Austria, the princess Doña Maria Cristina of the Two Sicilies, the princess Doña Inés of the Two Sicilies and the princess Doña Victoria of the Two Sicilies.
Also present were the Hon. Don Michele Carelli Palombi dei Marchesi di Raiano, husband of Princess Ines, and Don Markos Nomikos, husband of Princess Victoria. Also included in the trip were several grandchildren of the late Infante Don Carlos: three sons of TT.RR.HH. The Dukes of Calabria, TT.RR.HH. The princes Don Juan, Don Pablo and Don Pedro of the Two Sicilies; Two of the sons of Archdukes Simeon and Mary of Austria, TT.RR. and II. HH. The Archdukes Johannes and Philip of Austria; a son of the princess Doña Cristina, Don Pedro López-Quesada Jr; A daughter of the princess Doña Inés, Mrs. Teresa Carelli Palombi; And two of the children of Princess Victoria, Tassos and Carlos Nomikos.
The family visited the Exhibition commented by its Commissioner, don Daniel Aznar, accompanied by the Delegate of the Constantinian Order in Catalonia, don Francesc-Xavier Montesa, and other members of the Council of Government of Delegation, don Dativo Salvia and don Víctor Barrallo . At the end of the visit, the group went to the neighboring Cathedral of Barcelona where they visited the Chapel of the Visitation, Chapel of the Constantinian Order in temple. They led a prayer for the late Infante Don Carlos, former Duke of Calabria and Grand Master, and for the others deceased in the families of those present.