King Humbert was succeeded by his only son, HRH Prince Victor Emmanuel, Prince of Naples (born 1937), as the head of the House, and twenty-sixth Duke of Savoy and Grand Master of the Savoy Orders. His grandson, HRH Prince Emmanuel Philibert, Prince of Venice (born 1972), is the President of A.I.C.O.D.S. (International Association of the Dynastic Orders of the House of Savoy) and President of the Council of Dynastic Orders. Three daughters also survived King Humbert: HRH Princess Maria Pia, who was married to Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia; and, TRH Princesses Maria Gabriella and Maria Beatrice.
Following the death of his father in 1983, Prince Victor Emmanuel, restored the Savoy Orders to their ancient traditions of humanitarian and charitable work and revised their Statutes in keeping with the change in circumstances of the modern world.
In addition to the heirs of King Humbert II, the Royal House is also comprised of the heirs of Amadeus of Aosta, the younger son of King Victor Emmanuel II. They are next in order of succession to the crown and are, HRH Prince Amadeus III, Duke of Aosta (born 1943); and his son, HRH Prince Aimone, Duke of Apulia (born 1967).