House of Letzembourg

From Empire of Karnia-Ruthenia
House of Letzembourg
CountryKarnia-Ruthenia, Letzembourg, Carpathia
Ancestral houseNewton
TitlesKing of Carpathia
Grand Duke of Letzembourg
Prince of Letzembourg
Prince of Carpathia
Duke of Victoria
FounderHRH King Christian
Current headHRH Prince Charles
Cadet branchesLetzembourg-Falkenstärke (2016)
Letzembourg-Hanzel (2017)

The House of Letzembourg, or House of Newton-Letzembourg is one of the most important royal houses of Karnia-Ruthenia and the most traditional family in Letzembourg. The throne of Letzembourg is occupied by the family since its foundation and the house also holds several other minor titles. Their official residence is the Grand Ducal Palace, located in Victoria. The family has two cadet branches, the Letzembourg-Falkenstärke and the Letzembourg-Hanzel.

After the accession of Christian I to the throne of the Carpathia on 02 August 2017, the principality was elevated to the status of Kingdom and, consequently, raising also the ranking of the House of Letzemburg.

Titles[edit | edit source]

The Head of the House usually is the holder of the title of King of Carpathia and Grand Duke of Letzembourg, but nowadays, the Head of the family is His Royal Highness, the Prince Charles, father of the current King and Grand Duke. The consort of the King and Grand Duke hold the title of Queen Consort, while his companion holds the title of Countess of Letzembourg.

The Grand Ducal Family of Letzemburg, November 2016.

The heir of holds the title of Crown Prince of Carpathia and Hereditary Prince of Letzembourg. His wife use the title of Crown Princess of Carpathia and Hereditary Princess of Letzembourg and his companion before the marriage holds no title.

The older son of the Crown Prince/Hereditary Prince and his wife holds the title of Prince or Princess of Carpathia and Prince or Princess of Letzembourg and his companion until the marriage do not have a title.

The other members of the immediate family are known simply as "Prince or Princess of Carpathia and Letzembourg".

Line of Succession to the Throne[edit | edit source]

  • Duke Charles of Victoria

Heraldry and Standards[edit | edit source]

Members of the Family have their own crests, monograms and standards to represent them or their presence somewhere over the Kingdom and foreign countries. The use of them are regulated by the Emperor-King's Own Office and by the Imperial and Royal Academy of Heraldry of Karnia-Ruthenia.

See also[edit | edit source]

House of Letzembourg
Preceded by
Ruling House of Letzembourg
2015 - present
Succeeded by
Preceded by
House of Bekbulatov-Karapavlovič
Ruling House of Carpathia
2017 - present
Succeeded by