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  1. João Carlos Pedro Leopoldo Borromeo, Prince of Beira; (English: John Charles; 6 March 1821, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – 4 February 1822, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) was a Portuguese infante (prince), son of heir-apparent to the throne Pedro, Prince Royal (future Emperor Pedro I of Brazil) and Maria Leopoldina of Austria .

  2. In the second tradition, when born in 1821, the then Prince of Brazil's eldest son João Carlos was granted Beira in 1821 after birth, he being the third in the heir-apparent line, but he died the following year, some months before Brazil's secession. Emperor Pedro's next son, born in 1825, received no title from Portugal.

  3. Miguel, Prince of Beira 26 April 1820 Prince of Beira from birth to his death. João Carlos, Prince of Beira: 6 March 1821 – 4 February 1822 Prince of Beira from birth to his death. Princess Januária of Brazil: 11 March 1822 – 13 March 1901 Married Prince Louis, Count of Aquila, son of Don Francis I, King of the Two Sicilies ...

  4. João Carlos Pedro Leopoldo Borromeu, Prince of Beira; (English: John Charles) (6 March 1821, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – 4 February 1822, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) was a Portuguese infante (prince), son of heir-apparent to the throne Pedro, Prince Royal (future Emperor Pedro I of Brazil) and Maria Leopoldina of Austria.

  5. 1. Juni 2020 · Por ser o primeiro menino a nascer, João Carlos recebeu o título de Príncipe da Beira, nomenclatura que até aí pertencia à sua irmã mais velha, Dona Maria da Glória (ela era chamada de Princesa da Beira, já se pressupõe). Apesar desse nome pomposo puxado da irmã, o berço real nem sempre era o mais confortável.

  6. He was Titular Emperor of Brazil, Prince of Beira and Brazil, 21st Duke of Bragança, 18th Duke of Guimarães, 16th Duke of Barcelos, 20th Marquis of Vila Viçosa, 24th Count of Arraiolos, 22nd Count of Ourém, Count of Barcelos, Faria and Neiva, etc. Married in 1785, with Queen Dona Carlota Joaquina de Borbón (1775-1830), Princess of Spain, daughte...

  7. Pedro d’Alcântara of Bragança (1798-1834), second male heir to King João VI and the Spanish Princess Carlota Joaquina de Bourbon, was the great character in one of the most decisive periods...