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Domhangairt

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Well, several years have now passed since the above posts were written.

In October 2017, Nicholas married Alina Binder in a civil ceremony in England, followed by a religious marriage the following year in Rumania.

In December 2017, King Mihai  passed away in Switzerland aged 96 years. His wife, Anne of Borbone-Parma, had died the previous year, aged 92. Mihai's funeral was conducted in Rumania, with full state honors.

In May 2019, Nicholas announced in a Facebook post that a DNA paternity test had been conducted, which confirmed that he is indeed the father of Iris Anna, the child born to Nicoleta Cirjan in February 2016, and that he'd assume legal responsibility for the child.

Just recently, Nicholas announced that he and Alina are expecting their first child together.

 
Domhangairt

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Well, several years have now passed since the above posts were written.

In October 2017, Nicholas married Alina Binder in a civil ceremony in England, followed by a religious marriage the following year in Rumania.

In December 2017, King Mihai  passed away in Switzerland aged 96 years. His wife, Anne of Borbone-Parma, had died the previous year, aged 92. Mihai's funeral was conducted in Rumania, with full state honors.

In May 2019, Nicholas announced in a Facebook post that a DNA paternity test had been conducted, which confirmed that he is indeed the father of Iris Anna, the child born to Nicoleta Cirjan in February 2016, and that he'd assume legal responsibility for the child.

Just recently, Nicholas announced that he and Alina are expecting their first child together.

Well recently I have been coming around to the idea that Paul Hohenzollern grandson of King Carol II by his first religious marriage to Ioana "Zizi" Lambrino should be the king of Romania, and his son Carol Ferdinand should be his heir. I no longer believe that any of the children or grandchildren of King Michael would be suitable to lead the  Romanian monarchy. In any case The prewar royalist constitution expressly forbade women or female line heirs, so Paul Hohenzollern is the only qualified heir. He has also been recognized as a Prince of Hohenzollern by the head of that family. There is also a lot more Romanian blood in Paul's line than any of Michael's grandchildren. Paul's grandmother was Romanian, and his wife is part Romanian. 

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Well recently I have been coming around to the idea that Paul Hohenzollern grandson of King Carol II by his first religious marriage to Ioana "Zizi" Lambrino should be the king of Romania, and his son Carol Ferdinand should be his heir. I no longer believe that any of the children or grandchildren of King Michael would be suitable to lead the  Romanian monarchy. In any case The prewar royalist constitution expressly forbade women or female line heirs, so Paul Hohenzollern is the only qualified heir. He has also been recognized as a Prince of Hohenzollern by the head of that family. There is also a lot more Romanian blood in Paul's line than any of Michael's grandchildren. Paul's grandmother was Romanian, and his wife is part Romanian. 

To add to my previous post, Carol's marriage to Zizi Lambrino was never annulled by the Orthodox Church, so, in the eyes of the Church, Michael was the issue of a bigamous marriage. Paul Hohenzollern is quite correct on this point, even though his grandmother's marriage violated an article of the constitution at the time. King Carol also publicly acknowledged Paul's father Carol Mircea as his legitimate son.  
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