: Who are we and what do we have in common ?
: 1. I was the last of the line. I never
: visited the country where my ancestors
: reigned. In the current RF of my country
: there is a prince with my name.
: 2. Both my parents were executed. My life
: was a mystery for many, for many years.
: 3. My father was king but he was dethroned
: by his brother. My grandson is the head of
: our royal house.
: 4. I am only half-royal. My mother’s family
: is not royal but her grand-father “gave the
: cards” in her country for many years.
: 5. When my father was dethroned I was placed
: under my maternal grand-father guard. I
: never visited my country again and died
: quite young.
: 6. My brother the king changed the law and I
: was no longer the successor to the throne. I
: was not amused and fought back.
: 7. I was named after the first king of the
: branch of our family to seize the crown of
: our country. I was the last of the line.
: 8. I am half-royal. My father was elected
: President of our country, but he thought
: that wasn’t enough for him. I had a tragic
: 9. I was the second son of a younger branch
: of a RF. I was offered a throne that I could
: never occupy. After my death my only son
: succeded me as the head of our branch but he
: might aim for more.
: 10. I was 11 days when my country was
: occupied and our family had to leave to
: exile. I am one of “the greatest kings”
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