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Despite her country's history with France, Yasmine Lorraine Brique is an Algerian writer who marries the grandson of Napoleon Bonaparte

Despite her country's history with France, Yasmine Lorraine Brique is an Algerian writer who marries the grandson of Napoleon Bonaparte

Yasmine Lorraine Brikki's origins go back to the Algerian state of Annaba, she obtained a master's degree in political science in 2004, and then moved to France and continued her studies in international relations, and then in economics, at the prestigious Sorbonne University.

Despite her country's history with France, Yasmine Lorraine Brique is an Algerian writer who marries the grandson of Napoleon Bonaparte


The Algerian writer Yasmine Briki married the grandson of the French Napoleon Bonaparte I, thus earning the title of "princess".


The writer, wife of Bonaparte's grandson, said her marriage would help improve the relationship between Algeria and France in terms of shared memory and history.


The announcement came through the "Miura Royal Family" Foundation, and reads: "Their Highnesses the Prince and Princess Mira, announce the civil marriage of Prince Joachim Charles Napoleon Bonaparte, Prince of Ponte Corfu, to Miss Yasmine Brecky."


Yasmine responded to the controversy over the issue that an Algerian woman married a grandson who occupied Algeria in 1830, and explained that it was not Napoleon Bonaparte who occupied Algeria, but King Charles X.


According to the BBC, Yasmine Brecky is of Algerian origin, specifically from the state of Annaba, and moved to France in 2004, in order to complete her studies, and is known for her activities in the cultural field and her interest in writing books for children.


And the day Prince Joachim Charles Napoleon tied the knot with Jasmine Lorraine Brike, on March 5, the bicentenary of the death of Napoleon I, according to a family press release.

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