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Infante of Portugal (Portuguese: Infante de Portugal; f. Infanta), is the royal title of the Kingdom of Portugal, granted to the sons or daughters of the King and Princes of Portugal who were not the heir to the throne. It is also used to denote a grandson or granddaughter in the male line of a reigning monarch.  Male consorts to Infantas of Portugal do not have an inherent right to the title of Infante upon marriage (cf., for instance, Nuno, Duke of Loulé).
- Kingdom of Portugal
- Prince Royal of Portugal
- Prince of Brazil
- Prince of Portugal
- Prince of Beira
- Casa do Infantado
* also an infante of Castile and León, Aragon, Sicily and Naples, § also an infante of Spain and an archduke of Austria, # also an infante of Spain, ‡ also an imperial prince of Brazil, ¶ also a prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Duke in Saxony, ¤ title removed in 1920 as their parents' marriage was deemed undynastic, ƒ claimant infante
* also an infanta of Spain and an archduchess of Austria, ** also an imperial princess of Brazil, *** also a princess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Duchess in Saxony, ¤ title removed in 1920 as her parents' marriage was deemed undynastic
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