Claimants to the empty thrones of France and Spain. Linked to the empty throne of Georgia and to the influential Franco family of Spain. Members of the family are maintained in Spain by the Franco regime where they compete to be dominated as heirs to the throne.
List of Members of the House of BourbonEdit
- Don Juan Carlos, Prince of Asturias: an Alfonsine claimant (grandson of Alfonso XIII) to the throne of Spain
- Don Alfonzo, Duke of Anjou and Cadiz: an Alfonsine claimant (grandson of Alfonso XIII) to the throne of Spain and Legitimist claimant to the throne of France, married to Maria del Carmen Martinez-Bordiu y Franco, granddaughter of Francisco Franco y Bahamonde, since 1969
- Don Carlos Hugo, Duke of Parma: a Carlist claimant to the throne of Spain, heir to his father, Duke Javier in both his titles and claims and his politics (Javier fought for Belgium and the French Maquis during the war)
- Don Sixto Enrique, Duke of Parma: a Carlist claimant to the throne of Spain, son of Duke Javier, more pro-Franco than his elder brother Carlos Hugo
- Doña Maria de las Mercedes Raimunda, Princess Bagration-Mukhraneli: a princess of the Alfonsine line, married to Prince Irakli III Bagration-Mukhraneli, claimant to the throne of Georgia and designated chief of the Georgian heimatstaat under German rule