On February 15th, the delegation of Naples and Campania participated in Gaeta in the edition of the “Don Paolo Capobianco” prize, awarded to people who have distinguished themselves for their humanitarian gestures and culture. The Grand Prefect, HRH Princess Beatrice of Bourbon Two Sicilies was rewarded for her immense commitment to charitable activities. Even dr. Luigi di Fiore, journalist and writer, was rewarded for his cultural commitment. The delegation warmly thanks the mayor of Gaeta and especially Mr. Salvatore Lanza, Mr. Gennaro De Crescenzo and Dr. Iadicicco, who were the main organizers of the event. The delegate of Naples and Campania and the adviser to the delegation Giuliano Buccino Grimaldi were also present.
Naples, January 20th, 2020 – The Guard of Honor of the Neapolitan delegation went to the royal tombs of the Bourbon sovereigns and recalled with a mass the figure of King Charles of Bourbon on the occasion of his birthday. These Knights, despite the scaffolding of the restoration of the frescoes in the Bourbon Chapel, as usual, applied their ceremonial without any embarrassment or disruption of the program.
On January 25th H.R.H. Princess Beatrice of Bourbon Two Sicilies collaborated with Airc volunteers through the sale of oranges in order to raise funds for the research.
On December 1st 2019, in the presence of HRH Princess Beatrice of Bourbon Two Sicilies, Grand Prefect, the investitures of the new knights of our Order took place in Naples at the Pontifical Basilica of San Francesco di Paola. The Prior and Bishop Emeritus of Benevento, Monsignor Andrea Mugione, as well as Princess Beatrice, awarded the new knights and participated in the concert that followed, whose aim was to raise funds. Then, thanks to the hospitality of the Rector of the Basilica, a cocktail reception took place.
On December 2nd 2019, HRH Princess Beatrice of Bourbon Two Sicilies, accompanied by Delegate Federica de Gregorio Cattaneo, went to the exhibition of the association “Avventura di Latta”, hosted by the artistic director of the association Mr. Marco Cecere. The association was born in Naples and hires 10 African migrants who are learning the traditional techniques of Neapolitan artisans. The laboratory was created with the aim of promoting, through art, a model of social inclusion that can give refugees and migrants a chance for training and work.