Armando, Baron of Roches

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Baron of Roches
Armando at the age of 54, c. 2015
Full name
Armando Ignácio Brum
Born9 September 1961 (1961-09-09) (age 62)
Rio de Janeiro, Guanabara, Brazil
Spouse(s)Fabíola Figueiredo
FatherMário, Baron of Roches
MotherLindalva Barbosa
OccupationHotel manager
Styles of
Armando, Baron of Roches
Reference styleHis Serene Highness
Spoken styleYour Serene Highness
Alternative styleSire

Armando (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 9 September 1961), 4th Baron of Roches and 6th Baron of Alagoa, is currently the head of the House of Brum and father to Arthur, Lord of Roschfallen. Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, he is the last of the nine children of Mário, 4th Baron of Roches, late head of the barional House of Brum, and his wife Lidalva Barbosa.

In 1981 Armando married Wanda da Costa after have with her a daughter, Élida, Princess of Iriland. The couple remained married until 1990 and had three daughters, including Princesses Laíze and Eleine. In 1994, when he assumed the headship of the House of Brum, Armando married Marília Carvalho, with whom he had Arthur I, current Lord of Roschfallen. Divorced again in 1998, Armando lived with Fabíola in Rio de Janeiro, with whom he had Princesses Laura and Sophia. He finally marry Fabíola in 2014.

Currently Armando is the 12th in the line of succession to the throne of Roschfallen.

Titles, styles and honours[edit | edit source]

Titles and styles[edit | edit source]

  • 20 May 1994 – present: His Excellecy The 4th Baron of Roches, 6th Baron of Alagoa
  • 28 January 2014 – present: His Serene Highness The 4th Baron of Roches, 6th Baron of Alagoa

Honours[edit | edit source]

National Honors[edit | edit source]

As father of the Roschfallenian Lord, Armando is Grand Cross of the following Roschfallenian Orders:

Foreign Honors[edit | edit source]

Ancestry[edit | edit source]

The ancestry of Grand Duke Arthur:

References[edit | edit source]

Armando, Baron of Roches
Born: 9 September 1961
Preceded by
Mário Brum
Baron of Roches and of Alagoa
20 May 1994 – present
Succeeded by