Louis Alphonse of Bourbon-Segovia, Duke of Anjou is a member of the Royal House of Bourbon in Spain and one of the pretenders to the defunct French throne as Louis XX. As the eldest male heir of Juan, Count of Montizón of the Spanish line of the House of Bourbon, he is recognized as the head of the house by traditional male-line primogeniture. He is also considered the rightful pretender to the French throne by the supporters of the Legitimist movement, as he is the senior agnatic descendant of King Louis XIV of France, whose grandson was King Philip V of Spain. Despite the fact that he is the eldest great-grandson of King Alfonso XIII of Spain, he lost the Spanish crown to his second cousin, King Felipe VI, due to the fact that his descent is through a morganatic marriage. Through his father, he is a great-great-great-grandson of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom and through his mother, he is a great-grandson of Spain's former leader, General Francisco Franco. Professionally, he is banker and lives with his family in Madrid.