- Jan 27, 2015
Name: (His Excellency-his title as determined by Spain and more appropriate, given time scenario, but my looking into this seems to show that all born prior to abolishment of HRE were entitled to HSH, even post death of HRE , sorry about so much revisionism)
His Serene Highness Alejandro Manuel Felice Juan Francesco de Soneta di Belmonte, Prince of the Holy Roman Empire and Belmonte,Duke of Acerenza, Marquis of Galontone and Castellabate, Count of Copertino, Grandee First Class
((supplementary titles are vested by heirs but as Alejandro doesn't have any atm, then he still hosts them))
Date of Birth: 20th August 1808
Background: As part of the long line of Princes of Belmonte, Alejandro could have expected a lavish lifestyle. But with the conquests of Emperor Napoleon, as the gentleman styled himself, and the
loss of the Neapolitan lands of Spain hit the family hard. Despite this, many of the family estates were retained, and thus Alejandro lives an affluent, if not as lavish, lifestyle shared by all of his strata in society. He is strongly expansionist, and through Alejandro hopes to rebuild the family fortune and strives to push Spain towards a better and more appropriate position, regaining it’s former lands across the great Atlantic sea, continued by push towards further expansions in the rich spice lands of the Malaccas, and to seek a end to the controlling influence of Spain's neighbours.
And yet he had a liberalised upbringing in general, he is well versed in both classical and modern literature, and thus is proficient in many a European tongue, although his tact for diplomacy is lacking at times. He is capable with either gun or rifle, though not on horseback, but he does favour the now antiquated sabres that were used, with him being very proficient in duelling with such weaponry. Due to his young age, he has faced little of life's challenges yet, and with the recent death of his father, it is now down to him to try help rebuild the Spanish empire, and to serve and support the true Kings and Queen's of the great Spain, as best as he is able.