Alexander Prince of Yugoslavia and Serbia

uploaded: 1 January 2013 / last modified: 8 May 2014


His Royal Highness Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia and Serbia was born at the Fairfax Hospital in Falls Church, Virginia, USA, on 15 January 1982.

In Serbian language his first name is Aleksandar.


Alexander is the younger twin son of Crown Prince Alexander II of Yugoslavia and Serbia (born 1945) and his former wife Princess Maria da Gloria of Orléans-Bragança (born 1946).

His stepmother since 1985 is Katherine Batis (born 1943). His stepfather since 1985 is Don Ignacio de Medina y Fernández de Córdoba, Duke of Segorbe (born 1947).


Alexander has two brothers, Peter (born 1980) and Philip (born 1982).

Alexander has two half-sisters from his mother's second marriage, Maria de la Blanca (born 1986) and Luna (born 1988).


Alexander first attended kindergarten in Sevilla, Spain. In 1990 he started at a preparatory school in London. He graduated from King's School in Canterbury, Great Britain in June 2000 with A-levels in Spanish, French Government and Politics, and ten GCSE's. He studied Communications Studies at the University of San Francisco, CA, USA, and got a degree in Public Relations and Journalism in 2005. He completed a Master of Fine Arts in Advertising at a graduate school in the USA.


Alexander works in the internet electronic publishing area in California, USA.


Alexander likes art, photography, music, French cinema, current affairs, surfing, snowboarding, scuba diving, museums, cuisine, literature, tennis, basketball and football.

He speaks English, Spanish and French and is learning Serbian.

See The Royal Family of Serbia

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