|House of Bonaparte-Capet|
|Titles||Emperor of Vanivere|
King of the French
King of the Silver Millennium
Grand Duke of Finland
Duke of New Hanover
|Founder||Guillaume I of Vanivere|
Joséphine de Bourbon
|Current head||Alexandre II of Vanivere|
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The House of Bonaparte-Capet (French: Maison Bonaparte-Capet) is a royal house of Europe. The leader of the House of Bonaparte-Capet is enthroned as the Emperor of Vanivere and as King of the French within the Vaniveran Empire. Due to a personal union formed in 2039, the head of the House of Bonaparte-Capet is also the Grand Duke of Finland. At current, the head of the House of Bonaparte-Capet is Alexandre II of Vanivere.
On May 3, 2067, Emperor Guillaume I married Princess Charlotte Amelia of Wales, daughter of King William V of the United Kingdom. Together, Guillaume and Charlotte had one child: Prince Henri. As the Emperor's first son, Prince Henri became the Crown Dauphin of Vanivere. The Emperor and the Empress lived a happy four years together, but after Empress Charlotte Amelia's death while giving birth to a daughter, who also died, the Emperor became a widower.
It was not until 2075 that Henri fell in love once again, this time with the Lady Joséphine de Bourbon from Paris. Courting Lady Joséphine for the next year, Emperor Guillaume I finally married Joséphine on August 4, 2077. Two years later, Empress Joséphine gave birth to her first child, Prince Léopold Guillaume Henri Edvard Bonaparte-Capet, on November 19, 2079. With Prince Léopold's birth, the House of Bonaparte-Capet was created. It would not be until the White Rose Revolution and the subsequent abdication of Emperor Henri II that the House of Bonaparte-Capet would rise to the imperial throne.
On February 17, 2092, Prince Léopold's eldest son ascended the throne as Emperor Alexandre I, the first Vaniveran monarch of the House of Bonaparte-Capet.