Alexander, Crown Prince of Yugoslavia
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Who is Alexander, Crown Prince of Yugoslavia?
Alexander, Crown Prince of Yugoslavia, also named Alexander II Karađorđević, was the last heir apparent to the throne of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia and current pretender to the defunct throne of Serbia. He is the head of the House of Karađorđević. Alexander is the only child of former King Peter II and his wife, Alexandra of Yugoslavia. The title "Crown Prince Aleksandar" he legally held in the Democratic Federal Yugoslavia for the first four-and-a-half months of his life, from 17 July 1945 until his father's deposition by the Communist single party Parliament of Yugoslavia in late November of the same year. His godfather was George VI of the United Kingdom.
- also known as Aleksandar Karađorđević; Александар Карађорђевић; Alexander II, Crown Prince of Yugoslavia; Crown Prince Alexander
- born on (70 years ago) in London, child of Peter II of Yugoslavia and Alexandra of Yugoslavia
- ethnicity: Serbs
- nationality: United Kingdom, Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Serbia
- religion: Eastern Christianity, Orthodox Christianity
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- official website: www.royalfamily.org
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