Fils de France

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Fils de France (French pronunciation: ​[fis də fʁɑ̃s], Son o Fraunce) wis the style an rank held bi the sons o the keengs an dauphin o Fraunce. A daughter wis kent as a fille de France Dochter o Fraunce).

The childer o the dauphin (a title reserved for the keeng's heir apparent whether son, grandson or great-grandson o the monarch) war accorded the same style an status as if thay war the keeng's childer insteid of his grandchildren or great-grandchildren.

Croun o a Fils de France.

Madame la Dauphine[eedit | eedit soorce]

This wis the style o the dynastic wife o the dauphin. Some holders o the honorific war:

Monsieur[eedit | eedit soorce]

This honorific belonged tae the oldest living brither o the Keeng. Among those who held this style were:

Madame[eedit | eedit soorce]

This wis the style o the wife o Monsieur.

Madame Royale[eedit | eedit soorce]

This wis the style o the eldest surviving daughter o the keeng. Those who held this honorific war:

Mademoiselle[eedit | eedit soorce]

This style wis uisually held bi the eldest daughter of Monsieur an his wife, Madame.

Sophie d'Artois (1776–1783) daughter o Princess Marie Thérèse o Savoy (1756–1805) an her husband, Charles Philippe Coont o Artois (1757–1836).

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