Alexandros Doukas Angelos Komnenos Palaiologos von Habsburg-Anemas
Sophie Klementine of Austria
Anemas (by birth)
D. Alexander I (Greek: Αλέξανδρος, Alexandros, 1920 - 1968) was King of Nicaea and Co-Regent of Constantinople, and with his marriage to Maria III he was also King of Portugal, Africa and the Algarves jure uxoris. He was born a member of the Anemid dynasty, the only child of Philip I of Nicaea and Sophie Klementine of Austria, but due to the affection he possessed towards his mother, when his father died and he succeeded to the throne, Alexander began to use the name of Habsburg alongside that of Anemas, and would also officially declare the foundation of the House of Habsburg-Anemas. He would marry Maria of Braganza in 1948, at the time only the Princess Royal of Portugal and main pretender to the defunct Portuguese throne. When the Portuguese monarchy was restored in 1968 and his wife made Queen, he was also elevated to the office of King, not as consort, but as co-regent. However, he would die in 1968, one year later, making his reign as King of Portugal short lived.
With Maria he had a single daughter, Maria Theresa, who would be kidnapped by the anarchist-republican group known as the Revolutionaries and sent to Great Britain, where she was somehow adopted by a muggle family and given the name of Lily Evans. He died in 1968 with a myocardial infraction, and following his wishes he was buried in the Royal Pantheon of the House of Braganza, not survivng to see the return of his daughter.
Titles and Styles
- 1920 - 1940 His Royal Highness Prince Alexander of Nicaea
- 1940 - 1958 His Royal Highness The Crown Prince of Nicaea
- 1958 - 1968 His Royal Majesty The King of Nicaea
- 1958 - 1968 His Imperial Majesty The Co-Regent of Constantinople
- 1948 - 1967 His Royal Highness The Duke of Braganza, Prince Royal of Portugal
- 1967 - 1968 His Most Faithful Majesty The King of Portugal, Africa and the Algarves