NAME: Nicolas MIDDLENAME: Philippe LASTNAME: Lenfent AGE: 256 GENDER: male SEXUALITY: pansexual FAMILY: all deceased BIRTHPLACE: Auvergne, France HOMETOWN: unknown CURRENT LOCATION: New York. NATIONALITY: French. ETHNICITY: Sinti. SPOKEN LANGUAGES: English, French, Latin RELIGION: Catholic. HEIGHT: 6 ft BODYTYPE: lanky, narrow HAIRCOLOR AND TYPE: dark brown /black, curly, long EYECOLOR AND SHAPE: dark brown, big, deep-set TATTOOS: / PIERCINGS: / EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND: advanced education (unfinished law studies) PETS: Bijou CAREER: composer /playwright SOCIAL MEDIA USED: twitter SMOKING: never / occasionally / ‘party smoker’ / often DRINKING: never / occasionally / often DRUGS:never / occasionally / often IF THEY DO DRUGS, WHAT KIND?: / ATHLETICS THEY ENJOY?: he’s not the sportsy type VIRGIN?: yes / no IF NOT, HOW OLD WERE THEY WHEN THEY LOST THEIR VIRGINITY?: 14 FAVORITE DRINK: blood. FAVORITE FOOD: /. FAVORITE MUSIC: folk FAVORITE MOVIE: The Fall
FAVORITE TV SHOW: / FAVORITE BOOK: / CLOTHING STYLE: goes from “I have been wearing this pair of jogging pants for three weeks” to “Gucci or bust” UNDERWEAR TYPE: boxer briefs. HEROES: /
Confirmed guests for the birthday celebrations on April 30:
Sweden Crown Princess Victoria & Prince Daniel (Princess Estelle) & (Prince Oscar) Prince Carl Philip & Princess Sofia (Prince Alexander) Princess Madeleine & Chris O’Neill (Princess Leonore) & (Prince Nicolas)
Belgium King Philippe & Queen Mahilde
Denmark Queen Margrethe Crown Prince Frederik & Crown Princess Mary Princess Benedikte
Norway King Harald & Queen Sonja Crown Prince Haakon & Crown Princess Mette-Marit Princess Märtha Louise & Ari Behn
More pictures from the first communion of Princes Aymeric and Nicolas yesterday. In attendance were the King and his children, the former King and Queen, and the Duke and Duchess of Castro alongside their daughters.
Louis Nicolas Philippe Auguste de Forbin (1777-1841): View of Jerusalem from the Valley of Jehoshapat [Vue de Jérusalem, prise la valleé du Josaphat], 1831, Musée du Louvre, Paris, France, source: forum.artinvestment.ru and louvre.fr.