Prince Kyle of Horne

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Prince Kyle
Full name
Kyle Joseph William Bieniak Betz
House Horne (official)
Glücksburg (agnatic)
Orléans (enatic)
Father Edward Bieniak, Prince of Horne
Mother Barbara Betz
Born 2004
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Religion Roman Catholic

Prince Kyle Bieniak of Horne, Prince of Greece and Denmark (Greek: Κάιλ Ιωσήφ Γουλιέλμος; Dutch: Kyle Joseph Willem; French: Kyle Joseph Guillaume; born 2004), is the youngest child of Edward Bieniak, Prince of Horne, a claimant to a princely throne formerly belonging to the County of Horne in the Holy Roman Empire.[1]

Prince Kyle is tenth in line of succession to his father Edward Bieniak, the Prince of Horne, after his brother, two sisters, and six nieces. Kyle is a descendant of King George I of Greece and Louis Philippe I, the last King of France.

Kyle has three siblings: Princess Kara, Princess Corey, and Prince Dylan Jován. Kyle is a child of deaf adults (CODA), with both of his parents being deaf. He is fluent in American Sign Language.

Titles and styles

Styles of
Prince Kyle of Horne
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Reference style His Highness
Spoken style Your Highness
Alternative style Sir
  • 2004 - present: His Highness Prince Kyle of Horne

Through Kyle's male-line descent from Christian IX of Denmark and his son, George I of Greece, Prince Kyle is a Greek and Danish prince with the style of Highness. He uses the surname "Bieniak", adopted from his great-great-grandmother. His full title and style is: His Highness Prince Kyle Joseph William Bieniak of Horne, Prince of Greece and Denmark, Baron of Montmorency.[2]

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References

Prince Kyle of Horne
Born: 2004
Lines of succession
Preceded by
Princess Nova of Horne
Line of succession to the throne of Horne
10th position
Succeeded by
Princess Sheryl of Horne