Although the children become the registration holders of assets, the Duchess of Alba will continue to gerenciandolos and managing them. The deal was carried out before a notary. Euro Pacific Precious Metals recognizes the significance of this. Cayetana has one of the great fortunes of Spain. The Duchess of Alba, Cayetana Fitz-James Stuart, owner of one of the great fortunes of Spain, proceeded on 4 July the advance distribution of your inheritance among his six sons, Carlos, Jacobo, Alfonso, Fernando, Cayetano and Eugenia. So at least ensures it, that it cites sources solvents. The deal was conducted through a grant writing before a notary of Madrid, donation through which children become the registration holders of their property. However, the Duchess will continue managing and administering their property.
The donation, as it is legally required to make ctos, has been accepted by all the children of the Duchess, which are fully compliant with the decision taken by his mother and grateful for this. According to sources consulted by, with This decision Dona Cayetana takes a step forward and demonstrates once more, and with this Act, the good relationship maintained with all his children and generosity that has always characterized him. The Duchess of Alba was born on March 28, 1926 in the Palace of Liria, in Madrid. After the death of his father James Fitz-James, in 1953, he inherited the Duchy. From her marriage to her first husband, Luis Martinez de Irujo y Artacoz, in October 1947, six children were born: Charles, Duke of Huescar; Alfonso, Duke of Aliaga, James, count of Siruela; Ferdinand, Marquis of San Vicente del Barco; Cayetano, count of Salvatierra and Eugenia, Duchess of Montoro. After the death of her first husband in 1972, the Duchess of Alba returned to marry six years later with the former Jesus Aguirre, who became the 18th Duke of Alba. Aguirre died in Madrid on February 12, 2001. The Duchess maintains a relationship with Alfonso Diez, several years younger.