Britta, thank you so much for posting all these new photos of the Napoleon family! The ones of Prince Victor in old age are especially nice (& rare, surely)!
Here is a article (in Spanish) with several pictures about a Feb 2006 visit of the Princess Napoleon to Mexico. While there, she met with José Natividad González Parás, the governor of the State of Nuevo León.
Thank you for that interesting article in Spanish! As far as I have understood it, she was there for an inauguration of an exposition on Napoleon, very interesting, because it seems to have been in Mexico and she was very very welcome there. They considered Napoleon as a man, who made great reforms in Europa and was an very inportant person, not only concerning the military, but also in the political sense...
The pictures are really wonderful, she still looks very good for her age, and I think it's nice that she does so many great things to save the heritage of her deceased husband and her children. She's a gorgeous lady, I'm still of that opinion. It would be wonderful to meet her once...or to interview her. I would have liked to be present there as well, but....
By the way...I don't know, if anyone is interested, but there is a commemoration- even in Italy, in the city Campello sul Clitunno, which concerns the 100th birthday of Ranieri di Campello, great-grandson of Charles Lucien and Zenaide Bonaparte. This event is organized by his children. I'm still trying to find out what will be concretely the program, but the descendants are very busy at the moment. It will be on September, 21th from 9:30am - 4:00pm, in Campello sul Clitunno, Umbria, Italy.
Ranieri di Campello (della Spina), 1908-1859