There is no such thing as an Italian aristocratic title for those born after the 1970s

Feel duty bound to remind people that the Republic of Italy disbanded all titles in the mid 20th century. There is no such thing as an Italian count or countess (or prince or princess etc…) unless they were born before the date of the law. No teenage cavelier or debutante could possibly be italian and have claim to any aristocratic title. Its just not possible. You are being lied to. And the the organizers may even be breaking the law.

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