In addition to his reputation as a military genius, Napoleon Bonaparte is also known for his famous hat, his hand tucked in his waistcoat and for being a man of short stature. Napoleon conquered most of Europe during the beginning of the 19th century and was the first ruler of France whose rise to power was not because of his name, family or marriage, but because of his abilities. The Bonapartes no longer rule France but family members carry royal titles and there are descendants of Napoleon still living today. Jean-Christophe Napoleon (right) is the great-great-great-grand-nephew of the former Emperor and a descendant of King Louis XV. He is the rightful heir to the Imperial House of France, which means that Jean-Christophe will become the Emperor in the very small likelihood that the imperialist regime is reestablished. In the meantime, Jean-Christophe lives in New York and is single!