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Prince Charles of Luxembourg

Prince Charles
Spouse Joan Douglas Dillon
Princess Charlotte
Prince Robert
House House of Nassau-Weilburg
Father Felix of Bourbon-Parma
Mother Charlotte, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg
Born (1927-08-07)7 August 1927
Died 26 July 1977(1977-07-26) (aged 49)

Charles Frédéric Louis Guillaume Marie (7 August 1927, Berg Castle - Imbarcati, Pistoia, 26 July 1977), was a Luxembourgian prince, a son of Grand Duchess Charlotte and Felix of Bourbon-Parma.

Born as Prince of Luxembourg, Prince of Nassau, Prince of Bourbon-Parma, he married at St. Edward's, in Sutton Park, Guildford, Surrey, on 1 March 1967 Joan Douglas Dillon (born New York City, New York, 31 January 1935), daughter of U.S. Treasury Secretary C. Douglas Dillon and wife Phyllis Chess Ellsworth.

His wife

She married firstly in Paris on 1 August 1953 James Brady Moseley (New York City, New York, 22 May 1931 – Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, 9 April 1998), son of Frederick S. Moseley, Jr. and wife Jane H. Brady. They were divorced in Washoe County, Nevada, on 12 December 1955; later the marriage was annulled in Rome on 22 June 1963.

After her second husband's death she married thirdly in Isleboro, Maine, on 3 August 1978 Philippe-François-Armand-Marie, 7th duc de Mouchy, without issue.


Prince Charles and his wife, née Joan Dillon, had two children:



Styles of
Prince Charles of Luxembourg
Reference style His Royal Highness
Spoken style Your Royal Highness
Alternative style Sir

External links

  • Ancestry of Joan Douglas Dillon

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