Prince Theo of Ebenthal

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Prince Theo
Prince of Ebenthal
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Born16 May 2008 (2008-05-16) (age 14)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Full name
Theo Brum da Silveira
HouseBrum
FatherDiego da Silveira
MotherPrincess Eleine of Ebenthal
ReligionRoman Catholicism
OccupationJunior student

Prince Theo of Ebenthal (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 16 May 2008) is a Prince of Ebenthal and the oldest nephew of King Arthur II of Ebenthal. He had also previously been a Prince of Roschfallen. He is currently the third on the line of succession to the throne of Ebenthal according to semi-salic law. Like his first cousin and heir to the throne Heitor, Prince of Bruges, Theo is somewhat actively engaged in micronationalism, having swore the Constitution of Ebenthal and participated in few state events.

Biography

Early life and education

Prince Theo was born in Rio de Janeiro, being the firstborn of Princess Eleine of Ebenthal to her then partner Diego da Silveira. By his mother's side, he is the oldest nephew to King Arthur II of Ebenthal as well as first grandson to Armando, 5th Baron of Roches. He was baptized at the Church of Saint Jude the Apostle, where he was later catechized.

The Prince was enrolled in several private schools in the south of Rio de Janeiro, currently attending the Colégio Imperial. Currently, Theo is also enrolled in an English course (Wizard) and in the footvolley school in Botafogo.

Micronationalism

Despite having been Prince of Roschfallen, Theo never performed any state events for that realm. However, since he became Prince of Ebenthal, his interest in micronational practice has awakened. On his 12th birthday in 2020 he swore to the Constitution of Ebenthal and subsequently participated in two other state events alongside his uncle, the King, and his cousin, the Prince of Bruges.

Titles, styles and honours

Styles of
Prince Theo
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Reference styleHis Royal Highness
Spoken styleYour Royal Highness
Alternative styleSire

Titles and styles

  • 28 January 2014 – 29 December 2019: His Serene Highness Prince Theo of Roschfallen
  • 29 December 2019 – present: His Royal Highness Prince Theo of Ebenthal

Honours

National honours

As the Prince of Ebenthal, Theo is a recipient of the following orders:

References