Just as some princes found love in Latin women, it seems that princesses also prefer them from across the ocean. With the marriage of Charlotte de Bourbon Parma to a Guatemalan and Iman de Jordania’s engagement to a Venezuelan, the royal girls are also looking to try their luck with other roots.
The first to do so was Princess María Beatriz de Saboya “Titi”, who married the Argentine Luis Rafael Reyna-Corvalán y Dillon. The couple had three children, one of whom died shortly after birth.
Reyna was a diplomat from his country and was found dead in “strange circumstances” at his residence in 1999, a year after divorcing the princess, wrote Mujer de Hoy.
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The princesses prefer Latinos and thus find love in other borders
Charlotte of Bourbon Parma and Javier Valladares Urruela
Daughter of Prince Carlos Javier de Borbón-Parma and Princess Constance de Ravinel, she married Guatemalan Javier Valladares Urruela on June 18.
Days later, on June 25 of this year, he was married in the French church of Saint-Aubin de Tourouvre in an ecclesiastical wedding in style, with at least 350 guests, drums and cymbals.
Charlotte and Javier met in Spain, thanks to the proverbial intervention of Jaime de Borbón y Landaluce, Duke of Noto, and announced their engagement last year.
Valladares Urruela is the son of Guatemalan diplomats. In turn, he is one of the secretaries of the Guatemalan embassy in Paris.
On the other hand, he is the brother of Acisclo Valladares Urruela, former Minister of Economy of his country and designated by the United States Government as the person responsible for laundering more than 10 million dollars from drug trafficking.
In October 2020, he turned himself in to the authorities and the last thing that was known about him is that he is under house arrest.
Imam of Jordan and Jameel Alexander Thermiotis
Very little is known about the eldest daughter of King Abdullah II of Jordan and Princess Rania of Jordan, Iman, since she is a young woman who does not like the media very much. A few days ago, her mother, who is known worldwide, announced the commitment of the 25-year-old to the Venezuelan Jameel Alexander Thermiotis, about whom little is also known.
Through a brief statement, the Jordanian royal house announced that the engagement took place on July 5 before Queen Rania and King Abdullah, the other siblings of the bride and the parents of the groom.
Thermiotis is three years older than the princess. He works in New York in finance, where it is speculated that he started the love affair. The princess completed an MBA at Parson’s School of Design in New York and graduated as a designer.
In the media or on the web there is no information about the Venezuelan, future prince consort. (AND)
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