Bulgaria Royal Family Youngest Member Baptized in Chapel, Built by Parents

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Bulgaria: Bulgaria Royal Family Youngest Member Baptized in Chapel, Built by Parents Bulgaria's royal family baptized Wednesday its youngest member Simeon Hassan. Photo by Yuliana Nikolova (Sofia Photo Agency)

Bulgaria Princess Kalina and husband Kitin Munoz baptized Wednesday their little son Simeon Hassan in a chapel they built in Tsarska Bistritsa palace.

Princess Kalina gave birth to the boy on March 14 last year and named it after her father, exiled king Simeon II.

Kalina's baby is the 11th grandchild of Simeon Saxe-Coburg (strangely enough, none of his six grandsons had been named after him so far).

Shortly afterwards, however, Kalina sprang a surprise by announcing her newborn baby will have Hassan added to the name in honour to the late king of Morocco.
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#4
jan - 24 Apr 2008 // 18:43:16

monarchy is not compatible with a democratic republic..

#3
jan - 24 Apr 2008 // 12:58:13

in my naive frankness I thought that Bulgaria is a state of right and that monarchy had been abolished strong a long time ago...

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WickedWitch - 24 Apr 2008 // 03:08:29

Bulgaria does not have a royal family because we are a republic. Simeon might have been a king once but right now is only an ineffectual Prime Minister by way of vocation. Therefore? Not king.

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yoyo - 23 Apr 2008 // 22:54:54

Congratulations to the Bulgarian Royal family. King Simeon, his late mother Queen Giovanna, his sister Princess Maria-Luisa and his late aunt Princess Eudoxia went through several injustices and sufferings. The referendum which abolished the monarchy was a fraud. King Simeon has been leading a very dignified life in exile and in Bulgaria in spite of the vicious attacks of his opponents. Congratulations to Princess Kalina and her husband for keeping their family's heritage alive. I am impressed with the king, in spite of what has been done to the country and his family, he is not a bitter man at all. He still loves Bulgaria and the Bulgarians and places his sense of duty above all.

Long live the King.!