Descendants of the last King claims the royal fortune.  The preview of The Times with Japanese translation.

フランス最後の国王の子孫と王室関連の資産についての記事の一部です。The Timesからプレビューと、訳です。


‘Prince Jacques’ lays claim to the French royal fortune

Adam Sage Paris
Last updated at 12:01AM, May 17 2013

Descendants of France’s last King, who say they inherited only six monogrammed handkerchiefs and a pair of slippers from their father, went to court yesterday to reclaim their fortune.

Jacques d’Orléans, 72, and Hélène, his sister, 79, asked Paris Civil Court to hand them ownership of stately homes, royal furniture and artworks including childhood drawings by King Louis XIV.

The estate includes the illustrious Château d’Amboise in the Loire Valley, where Leonardo da Vinci is burried and which Mr d’Orleans wants to turn into a museum on the Kings of France.


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Le château Royal d’Amboise