Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Elderly princess must have guardian

October 28, 1930

A French court has ruled that a judicial guardian must be provided for the 73-year-old Princess Marie Charlotte Constance de Broglie, who recently married Prince Luis Fernando of Bourbon-Orleans, 41.
The decision read: "it is necessary to defend the great fortune of the Princess against disquieting covetousness."
The judgment also prohibits the Princess from using any of her money "for the benefit of her husband."
The court also charged that there may be irregularities in the couple's marriage, which took place in a London registry office.

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