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Maxima de Holanda is not the only Argentine member of a royalty. We have a Marquise.
It turns out we have another one, and more authentic, so to speak, given that he acceded by blood to his title and not by marriage.
Daughter of Juan Illán Álvarez de Toledo and Giraud, XII Marquis of Casa Fuente, and Patricia Inés Peralta Ramos y Madero, from the Argentine high society. I don't want to imagine the length of his name in the passport... Cayetana breathes aristocracy through the pores.
He was born in Madrid in 1974, but has Spanish nationality, obvious, Argentine and also French (the Marquis was actually French).
His early childhood lived in London. She then moved to Argentina, and studied at the exclusive Northlands School in Buenos Aires, where she coincided with the today Queen of Holland. He then returned to London and graduated in history from Oxford University. To finally emphasize in his native Spain, where today he exercises politics in the PP of Barcelona , although he does not speak Catalan. She's also a historian , honoring her graduation. And journalist , writing for El País, from Spain.
One more Argentinean, unknown to us, that shines on the outside.
Publication Date: 09/01/2020
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