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ROYAL CHILDREN OF PORTUGAL
Our Board for Heraldic and Genealogical Studies continues its service to one of the most ancient Royal Houses of Europe.
After the arms of the Royal House of Portugal and His Royal Highness, Dom Duarte Pio João Miguel Gabriel Rafael de Bragança, the Most Serene Lord, Duke of Braganza, of Guimarães and of Barcelos, Marquess of Vila Viçosa, Count of Arraiolos, of Ourém, of Barcelos, of Faria, of Neiva and of Guimarães, Sovereign of the Royal Order of Saint Isabel, Grand Master of the Order of Our Lady of Conception of Vila Viçosa and Grand Master by Birth of the Order of Saint Michael of the Wing and Judge of the Royal Brotherhood of Saint Michael of the Wing, as well as the arms of his wife, Her Royal Highness Dona Isabel Inês of Castro Curvelo of Herédia, Duchess of Braganza, our board completed the arms for their three children: His Royal Highness Dom Infante Afonso de Santa Maria Miguel Gabriel Rafael of Herédia of Bragança, The Crown Prince of Portugal, Prince of Beira and Duke of Barcelos; His Royal Highness Dom Infante Dinis de Santa Maria Miguel Gabriel Rafael Francisco João of Herédia of Bragança, Duke of Porto and Her Royal Highness Dona Infanta Maria Francisca Isabel Micaela Gabriela Rafaela Paula of Herédia of Bragança.
The following worked on this prestigious Royal heraldic assignment that has led to the completion of a new Heraldic Collection of the Royal House of Portugal: Prof. Ljubodrag Lj. Grujich, Dipl.oecc. Nebojsha Dikich and Ing. Srechko Nikitovich as Heraldic Artists and The Reverend Father Deacon Nenad M. Jovanovich as the Herald.
We point out that our Board for Heraldic and Genealogical Studies officially waived the Copyright over The Heraldic Collection of the Royal House of Portugal and that its sole proprietor now is The Royal House of Portugal and The Portuguese Monarchist International Alliance (Aliança Internacional Monárquica Portuguesa), as the organization that operates under the official Patronage of His Royal Highness, Dom Duarte Pio, Duke of Bragança and is in charge of the Copyright over this new heraldic collection.
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