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Carlos Hugo smiling with his wife, Princess Irene at the party, 1964.

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Carlos Hugo smiling with his wife, Princess Irene at the party, 1964.
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Carlos Hugo smiling with his wife, Princess Irene at the party, 1964.
Carlos Hugo smiling with his wife, Princess Irene at the party, 1964.
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Carlos Hugo smiling with his wife, Princess Irene at the party. Carlos Hugo, Duke of Parma and Piacenza was the head of the House of Bourbon-Parma from 1977 until his death. Carlos Hugo was the Carlist pretender to the throne of Spain under the name Carlos Hugo I. He sought to change the political direction of the Carlist movement through the Carlist Party, of which he was the official head during the fatal Montejurra Incident. He was born on 8 April 1930 and died on 18 August 2010. Princess Irene Emma Elisabeth of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange-Nassau, Princess of Lippe-Biesterfeld (born 5 August 1939) is the second child of Queen Juliana of the Netherlands and Prince Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld. Irene was first in the public eye when her family fled the Nassi invasion of the Netherlands during World War II, traveling first to Britain and later to Canada. In 1964, her decision to convert to Roman Catholicism and to marry the eldest son and heir of one of the pretenders to the Spanish throne caused a crisis in both the Dutch royal family and government, bringing her into the world spotlight once again. An activist for disarmament, she is also well known for her work with nature. March 05, 1964. man,woman,people,siting,royalty,party,together,1964,

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