Your ancestors married for convenience, but there can be no doubt that they will make love under the eyes that give it away. Paris finalizes the details of a large wedding wrapped in an air of déjà vu that will merge two high lineages. is John Christopher Napoleon (Saint Raphaël, France, 1986) will give you the "I do," the countess austrian Olympia von und zu Arco-Zinneberg (Munich, 1988) the 19th of October, two centuries after their direct ancestor, Napoleon Bonaparte , became empress to the princess, Marie Louise of Austria . "It's a love story and not a salute to the tradition. When I met Olympia, I looked in their eyes and not their family tree. It gives us laughter this coincidence between our families", said John Christopher "Le Figaro" in an interview. The ceremony will be held in The hotel des Invalides where the body of Napoleon was returned from the Island of St. Helena after his exile in France.John Christopher and his fiancée Olympia - Niviere David/ABACAPRESS.COM
John Christopher is the son of Charles Bonaparte and Beatrice of Bourbon Two Sicilies , holds the title of Prince Napoleon and claim the Throne of France in the line of the bonapartists. Is the dispute with Luis Alfonso de Borbón , who is the suitor loyalist, and John of Orleans by part of the orleanistas. The heir of the House Bonaparte holds a intense blue eyes, a plant is enviable and an exquisite training. He studied in the School of Commerce in Paris and subsequently completed a masters of Economics at Harvard. He has worked as a volunteer at Global Shapers, an initiative of the World Economic Forum and currently serves as an investment banker in London, where he works for the firm of capital investment The Blackstone Group. It operates seamlessly in both Spanish and English, besides his native language, French. Little given to the foci and mass celebrations, was notorious the presence of Juan Cristobal on the bicentennial of the battle of Waterloo in 2015, especially because of the battle that defenestró to Napoleon. The young woman tends to be faithful to each may 5, the ceremony in tribute to the emperor and to the soldiers who died for France which is held in The Invalides of Paris.
last April, he grabbed a good handful of headlines after a thief -an egyptian 30 years old - stole from jesus to his bride the engagement ring. The jewel has a diamond of 40 carats, which formed part of a headband that once belonged to the empress Eugenie (Eugenia de Montijo), wife of the French emperor Napoleon III . The theft took place on the 1 of April in Paris when the couple left the jewel inside of a bag in the back seat of his Mercedes. After that the French Police's recovery of the covenant, the love story caught the attention of the media without to overlook the parallels with the wedding of Napoleon and Marie Louise of Austria, although he is keen to play down to pomp and circumstance. "Our marriage is like that of many other couples of different european nationalities at present. It is the fruit of reconciliation and of the european building, in what I believe in tremendously," he said.In search of an heir
Little love there was in change in the year 1810, between the emperor Napoleon I and Marie Louise, daughter of austrian emperor Francis I when they gave the "yes, I want to". The great corso, who never stood out for his sexual abilities, he saw his future wife, the woman who could give a heir to the once that linked his dynasty to the oldest of the royal houses of Europe. Their marriage lasted for four years in which they achieved that was born of that love which is so absent at the same time that unexpected at the start of their agreed relationship.Updated Date: 22 September 2019, 14:02