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The Most Serene House of Condé (named after Condé-en-Brie , now in the Aisne département ) was a French princely house and a cadet branch of the House of Bourbon . The name of the house was derived from the title of Prince of Condé (French: prince de Condé ) that was originally assumed around 1557 by the French Protestant leader, Louis de Bourbon (1530–1569), [2] uncle of King Henry IV of France , and borne by his male-line descendants.

This line became extinct in 1830 when his eighth-generation descendant, Louis Henri Joseph de Bourbon , died without surviving male issue. The princely title was held for one last time by Louis d'Orléans, Prince of Condé , who died in 1866.

The Princes of Condé descend from the Vendôme family - the progenitors of the modern House of Bourbon . There was never a principality , sovereign or vassal , of Condé. The name merely served as the territorial source of a title adopted by Louis, who inherited from his father, Charles IV de Bourbon, duc de Vendôme (1489–1537), the lordship of Condé-en-Brie in Champagne , consisting of the Château of Condé and a dozen villages some fifty miles east of Paris.

The Most Serene House of Condé (named after Condé-en-Brie , now in the Aisne département ) was a French princely house and a cadet branch of the House of Bourbon . The name of the house was derived from the title of Prince of Condé (French: prince de Condé ) that was originally assumed around 1557 by the French Protestant leader, Louis de Bourbon (1530–1569), [2] uncle of King Henry IV of France , and borne by his male-line descendants.

This line became extinct in 1830 when his eighth-generation descendant, Louis Henri Joseph de Bourbon , died without surviving male issue. The princely title was held for one last time by Louis d'Orléans, Prince of Condé , who died in 1866.

The Princes of Condé descend from the Vendôme family - the progenitors of the modern House of Bourbon . There was never a principality , sovereign or vassal , of Condé. The name merely served as the territorial source of a title adopted by Louis, who inherited from his father, Charles IV de Bourbon, duc de Vendôme (1489–1537), the lordship of Condé-en-Brie in Champagne , consisting of the Château of Condé and a dozen villages some fifty miles east of Paris.

He also claims that Princess Diana told him the intelligence services "might one day take her life". More controversially, he says the CIA and National Security Agency (NSA) in the United States pocess a document that implicates Prince Philip in the plot to kill Diana. The document, of 38 whose authenticity has yet to be proven, alleges that Prince Philip saw the relationship between Diana and his son as:

Here we suggest what we think is most likely scenario of events that led to the crash and take a closer look at what happened in the previous 24 hours: The inconsistencies start the day before the couples death. On their arrival in Paris from Sardinia on 30th August they drove into Paris in a Mercedes driven by a Ritz chauffeur, Philippe Journot. The Al Fayed family later claimed that the car was harassed by photographers on bikes and "a mysterious dark car" which tried to "cut in front and slow them down". ( Independent on Sunday , 7th September 1997).

After a meal, the couple decided to make their way to Dodi's private apartment at Rue Arsene-Houssaye. However, the Mercedes is prevented from proceeding along its preferred route (witnessed by Thierry H ) - a car that blocks the way along the Avenue de Champ Elysees - thus forcing the Mercedes onto the route that leads to the tunnel at the Point d'Alma. None of the two cars or motorbike chasing the Mercedes at this point contain any paparazzi - they all appear in the first couple of minutes after the crash.

Prince William and Prince Harry honored Princess Diana by visiting a new garden dedicated to her ... where members of the public had already left tributes and flowers for their mother.

Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge , joined her husband and Harry at the White Garden at Kensington Palace in London Wednesday ... on the eve of the 20th anniversary of Diana's death.

The trio toured the grounds -- formerly known as the Sunken Garden -- to pay tribute to the Princess of Wales ... who died in a car accident in Paris on August 31, 1997. William and Harry were 15 and 12 at the time.

The story of one of the most controversial British television films ever made. In April 1980, British television channel ITV screened ‘Death of a Princess’ - a docu-drama about the execution of a 19-year-old Saudi princess along with her lover. Witness speaks to the film’s writer and director, Antony Thomas.

The Most Serene House of Condé (named after Condé-en-Brie , now in the Aisne département ) was a French princely house and a cadet branch of the House of Bourbon . The name of the house was derived from the title of Prince of Condé (French: prince de Condé ) that was originally assumed around 1557 by the French Protestant leader, Louis de Bourbon (1530–1569), [2] uncle of King Henry IV of France , and borne by his male-line descendants.

This line became extinct in 1830 when his eighth-generation descendant, Louis Henri Joseph de Bourbon , died without surviving male issue. The princely title was held for one last time by Louis d'Orléans, Prince of Condé , who died in 1866.

The Princes of Condé descend from the Vendôme family - the progenitors of the modern House of Bourbon . There was never a principality , sovereign or vassal , of Condé. The name merely served as the territorial source of a title adopted by Louis, who inherited from his father, Charles IV de Bourbon, duc de Vendôme (1489–1537), the lordship of Condé-en-Brie in Champagne , consisting of the Château of Condé and a dozen villages some fifty miles east of Paris.

He also claims that Princess Diana told him the intelligence services "might one day take her life". More controversially, he says the CIA and National Security Agency (NSA) in the United States pocess a document that implicates Prince Philip in the plot to kill Diana. The document, of 38 whose authenticity has yet to be proven, alleges that Prince Philip saw the relationship between Diana and his son as:

Here we suggest what we think is most likely scenario of events that led to the crash and take a closer look at what happened in the previous 24 hours: The inconsistencies start the day before the couples death. On their arrival in Paris from Sardinia on 30th August they drove into Paris in a Mercedes driven by a Ritz chauffeur, Philippe Journot. The Al Fayed family later claimed that the car was harassed by photographers on bikes and "a mysterious dark car" which tried to "cut in front and slow them down". ( Independent on Sunday , 7th September 1997).

After a meal, the couple decided to make their way to Dodi's private apartment at Rue Arsene-Houssaye. However, the Mercedes is prevented from proceeding along its preferred route (witnessed by Thierry H ) - a car that blocks the way along the Avenue de Champ Elysees - thus forcing the Mercedes onto the route that leads to the tunnel at the Point d'Alma. None of the two cars or motorbike chasing the Mercedes at this point contain any paparazzi - they all appear in the first couple of minutes after the crash.

The Most Serene House of Condé (named after Condé-en-Brie , now in the Aisne département ) was a French princely house and a cadet branch of the House of Bourbon . The name of the house was derived from the title of Prince of Condé (French: prince de Condé ) that was originally assumed around 1557 by the French Protestant leader, Louis de Bourbon (1530–1569), [2] uncle of King Henry IV of France , and borne by his male-line descendants.

This line became extinct in 1830 when his eighth-generation descendant, Louis Henri Joseph de Bourbon , died without surviving male issue. The princely title was held for one last time by Louis d'Orléans, Prince of Condé , who died in 1866.

The Princes of Condé descend from the Vendôme family - the progenitors of the modern House of Bourbon . There was never a principality , sovereign or vassal , of Condé. The name merely served as the territorial source of a title adopted by Louis, who inherited from his father, Charles IV de Bourbon, duc de Vendôme (1489–1537), the lordship of Condé-en-Brie in Champagne , consisting of the Château of Condé and a dozen villages some fifty miles east of Paris.

He also claims that Princess Diana told him the intelligence services "might one day take her life". More controversially, he says the CIA and National Security Agency (NSA) in the United States pocess a document that implicates Prince Philip in the plot to kill Diana. The document, of 38 whose authenticity has yet to be proven, alleges that Prince Philip saw the relationship between Diana and his son as:

Here we suggest what we think is most likely scenario of events that led to the crash and take a closer look at what happened in the previous 24 hours: The inconsistencies start the day before the couples death. On their arrival in Paris from Sardinia on 30th August they drove into Paris in a Mercedes driven by a Ritz chauffeur, Philippe Journot. The Al Fayed family later claimed that the car was harassed by photographers on bikes and "a mysterious dark car" which tried to "cut in front and slow them down". ( Independent on Sunday , 7th September 1997).

After a meal, the couple decided to make their way to Dodi's private apartment at Rue Arsene-Houssaye. However, the Mercedes is prevented from proceeding along its preferred route (witnessed by Thierry H ) - a car that blocks the way along the Avenue de Champ Elysees - thus forcing the Mercedes onto the route that leads to the tunnel at the Point d'Alma. None of the two cars or motorbike chasing the Mercedes at this point contain any paparazzi - they all appear in the first couple of minutes after the crash.

Prince William and Prince Harry honored Princess Diana by visiting a new garden dedicated to her ... where members of the public had already left tributes and flowers for their mother.

Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge , joined her husband and Harry at the White Garden at Kensington Palace in London Wednesday ... on the eve of the 20th anniversary of Diana's death.

The trio toured the grounds -- formerly known as the Sunken Garden -- to pay tribute to the Princess of Wales ... who died in a car accident in Paris on August 31, 1997. William and Harry were 15 and 12 at the time.


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