Talk:Louis-Antoine Bourbon-Le Moyne
Well. THIS looks interesting!!!!!! 22.214.171.124 14:59, 7 November 2005 (PST)
- Since he cannot (for obvious reasons) be legaly crowned, maybe you could specify that he is the *pretender* to the throne. Considering royalist habits, he would probably be refered in everyday speech by some other (lesser) title: Count of New-Orleans, Duke of Bourbon-Lemoyne, etc... (these are based on the title use by the 2 french pretenders *here*)
- Otherwise, do tell more...--Marc Pasquin 15:19, 7 November 2005 (PST)
- Just saw that you made him also pretender to the french throne. I had always assumed that was some iberian nobleman but this is better, a chance to unite the french realms under one king !--Marc Pasquin 16:08, 7 November 2005 (PST)
I like the suggestion, Marc, and I think I'll add that to the article. BoArthur
Flag in table
Maybe the flag used to illustrate the pretender to the throne of France could be a french royal banner ?
- Agreed! BoArthur
I've noticed on wikipedia that they list the heir after the current monarch because, it is something already known, from the minute the child is born. With Political figures like JFY or Gore or such, in that case, I think it should be current incumbent.
- But not as "Succeeded by". Looking at, for example, Wikipedia:Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, it has
Preceded by: George VI
Heir apparent: Charles, Prince of Wales