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The current Bulgarian royal family
Bulgarian royal family
is a line of the Kohary branch of the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, which ruled Bulgaria
Bulgaria
from 1887 to 1946. The last tsar, Simeon II, became Prime Minister of Bulgaria
Bulgaria
in 2001 and remained in office until 2005. Members of the Royal Family hold the titles Prince
Prince
(Princess) of Bulgaria
Bulgaria
and Duke (Duchess) in Saxony, with the style of Royal Highness.[1] Coburg Peak
Coburg Peak
on Trinity Peninsula
Trinity Peninsula
in Antarctica
Antarctica
is named after the Bulgarian royal house of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.[2]

Contents

1 Members of the royal family 2 Members of the extended family 3 Tsardom of Bulgaria 4 See also 5 Notes 6 External links

Members of the royal family[edit] The Bulgarian royal family
Bulgarian royal family
includes:[1]

HM Tsar
Tsar
Simeon II, The Tsar
Tsar
of the Bulgarians HM Tsaritsa Margarita, The Tsaritsa of the Bulgarians
Bulgarians
(The Tsar's wife)

HRH Princess Miriam, The Dowager Princess of Turnovo (The Tsar's daughter-in-law; widow of Prince
Prince
Kardam)

HRH Prince
Prince
Boris, The Prince
Prince
of Turnovo (The Tsar's grandson and heir) HRH Prince
Prince
Beltran of Turnovo (The Tsar's grandson)

HRH Prince
Prince
Kyril, The Prince
Prince
of Preslav (The Tsar's second son) HRH Princess Rosario, The Princess of Preslav (The Tsar's daughter-in-law)

HRH Princess Mafalda of Preslav (The Tsar's granddaughter) HRH Princess Olimpia of Preslav (The Tsar's granddaughter) HRH Prince
Prince
Tassilo of Preslav (The Tsar's grandson)

HRH Prince
Prince
Kubrat, The Prince
Prince
of Panagiurishte (The Tsar's third son) HRH Princess Carla, The Princess of Panagiurishte (The Tsar's daughter-in-law)

HRH Prince
Prince
Mirko of Panagiurishte (The Tsar's grandson) HRH Prince
Prince
Lukás of Panagiurishte (The Tsar's grandson) HRH Prince
Prince
Tirso of Panagiurishte (The Tsar's grandson)

HRH Prince
Prince
Konstantin-Assen, The Prince
Prince
of Vidin (The Tsar's fourth son) HRH Princess Maria, The Princess of Vidin (The Tsar's daughter-in-law)

HRH Prince
Prince
Umberto of Vidin (The Tsar's grandson) HRH Princess Sofia of Vidin (The Tsar's granddaughter)

HRH Princess Kalina, Mrs. Muñoz (The Tsar's only daughter)

HRH Princess Marie Louise, The Princess of Koháry (The Tsar's only sister)

Members of the extended family[edit] The Tsar's extended family includes:

Mr. Antonio "Kitín" Muñoz (The Tsar's son-in-law; Princess Kalina's husband)

HH Prince
Prince
Simeon Hassan of Bulgaria
Bulgaria
(The Tsar's grandson)[3]

Mr. Bronislaw Chrobok (The Tsar's brother-in-law, Princess Marie Louise's second husband)

HSH Prince
Prince
Boris of Leiningen (The Tsar's nephew, first son of Princess Marie Louise and her first husband, the late Prince
Prince
Karl of Leiningen) HSH Princess Cheryl of Leiningen (The Tsar's niece-in-law; Prince Boris of Leiningen's second wife)

HSH Prince
Prince
Nicholas of Leiningen (The Tsar's grandnephew) HSH Prince
Prince
Karl Heinrich of Leiningen (The Tsar's grandnephew) HSH Princess Juliana of Leiningen (The Tsar's grandniece)

HSH Prince
Prince
Hermann Friedrich of Leiningen (The Tsar's nephew, second son of Princess Marie Louise and her first husband) HSH Princess Deborah of Leiningen (The Tsar's niece-in-law; Prince Hermann Friedrich of Leiningen's wife)

HSH Princess Tatiana of Leiningen (The Tsar's grandniece) HSH Princess Nadia of Leiningen (The Tsar's grandniece) HSH Princess Alexandra of Leiningen (The Tsar's grandniece)

HSH Princess Alexandra, Mrs Champalimaud Raposo de Magalhães (The Tsar's niece, daughter of Princess Marie Louise and her second husband) Mr. Jorge Champalimaud Raposo de Magalhães (The Tsar's nephew-in-law; Princess Alexandra Chrobok of Koháry's husband)

HSH Prince
Prince
Luis de Magalhães of Koháry (The Tsar's grandnephew) HSH Princess Giovanna de Magalhães of Koháry (The Tsar's grandniece) HSH Princess Clémentine de Magalhães of Koháry (The Tsar's grandniece)

HSH Prince
Prince
Pawel Chrobok of Koháry (The Tsar's nephew, son of Princess Marie Louise and her second husband) HSH Princess Ariana of Koháry (The Tsar
Tsar
niece-in-law; Prince
Prince
Pawel Chrobok of Koháry's wife)

Tsardom of Bulgaria[edit] The ruling members were:

Ferdinand I (1887–1918) Boris III (1918–1943) Simeon II (1943–1946)

See also[edit]

Line of succession to the Bulgarian Throne List of Bulgarian monarchs

Notes[edit]

^ a b Almanach de Gotha
Almanach de Gotha
(187th ed.). 2004. pp. 124–125.  ^ Coburg Peak. SCAR Composite Gazetteer of Antarctica ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-12-20. Retrieved 2015-07-03. 

External links[edit]

Media related to House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
(Bulgaria) at Wikimedia Commons Official website of Simeon II of Bulgaria

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