Ugo Bagration

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Ugo
Prince Bagration of Mukhrani
Born (1985-02-14) 14 February 1985 (age 35)
Madrid, Spain
House House of Mukhrani
Father Jorge de Bagration
MotherNuria Llopis y Oliart
Religion Georgian Orthodox Church
Georgian royal family
Mukhrani
Coat of Arms of the Bagrationi of Mukhrani.svg

Prince David


Princess Nuria

  • Princess María Antonieta
  • Prince Irakli
  • Prince Ugo

Princess Françoise

Princess Mariam

Guram "Ugo" Bagration (Georgian :გურამ "უგო" ბაგრატიონი) (born 14 February 1985) is a Georgian prince ( tavadi ) of the House of Mukhrani. [1]

Ugo is an only son of Jorge de Bagration from his second marriage to Nuria Llopis y Oliart (born 1953 in Barcelona).

He is a half-brother of Prince David Bagration of Mukhrani and uncle and godfather of Prince Giorgi Bagration Bagrationi. [2]

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References

  1. „ბაგრატიონები — სამეცნიერო და კულტურული მემკვიდრეობა“ — თბ. 2003 მუხრან-ბატონთა და ბაგრატიონ-მუხრანელთა გენეალოგია The Bagrations: Scientific and Cultural Heritage, Tbilisi, 2003, Genealogy of Lords of Mukhrani and Bagrations of Mukhrani
  2. სვეტიცხოველში უფლისწული გიორგი მოინათლა Telegraph.GE