The organization was founded in 1917 by war veteran Prince Arthur. The Prince's Order has its roots in a past marked by global conflicts and the recognition of acts of bravery. Originally, its main mission was to reward brave soldiers of the First World War. At the end of World War II, the Order also honored many resistance fighters for their dedication and fight for freedom.

Over time, the organization has expanded its scope to face new challenges. Today, the Prince's Order is dedicated to the promotion and preservation of our cultural and historical heritage. We believe in the importance of valuing our traditions, our art and our history, ensuring that they are passed on to future generations.

The Prince's Order is also distinguished by its desire to recognize and reward eminent figures in cultural life who have distinguished themselves through their talent, creativity and exceptional contributions. We are proud to highlight the remarkable achievements of those who enrich our society through art, music, literature, film and other forms of cultural expression.

Additionally, the organization pays particular attention to individuals engaged in promoting peace, tolerance and intercultural dialogue. We honor those who work tirelessly to build bridges, foster mutual understanding and contribute to a more harmonious world.

Finally, the Prince's Order recognizes the efforts of individuals and organizations dedicated to the preservation and conservation of our heritage, whether historical monuments, natural sites or ancestral traditions. We are grateful to those who ensure our heritage is preserved and passed on to future generations.