|Àrpàd-Ànders Erik Herceg|
|Name||Prince Erik Àrpàd-Anders|
|Arabic Name||الامیر ریق الاربادی (al-Ameer Rêq al-Arbaadi)|
|Turkish Name||Şehzade Rik Arpadoğlu|
|House||House of Arpad|
Prince Bendek Arpad-Anders (Father)
|Residence||Hercegfalva Palota, Hercegfalva|
Prince Erik Arpad-Anders (Gezirite Hungarian: Árpád-Ándersz Erik Ignác Antal Karóly; 3 March 1978) is a member of Parker Gezirite royal family and Patriam royal family. He is the eldest son of Bendek Arpad-Anders and Infanta Béatrice of Segovia. He is currently the first in line to the defunct Gezirite throne. If he becomes the King, his title would be King Eric I of Gezir.
Prince Erik was at birth given the names Eric Ignatius Antony Charles were announced by Hercegfalva Palace in the evening.
He was baptised by Archbishop of Segovia, Antonio Palenzuela Vélaquez on 8 March 1978.
Known as Rico amongst family circles and Ericus Princeps in the Segovian Church records.
In 2002, he was appointed lawyer in Parker Supreme Court.
In 2015, he declared his candidacy and won tbd seats as an independent candidate. He was made Minister of Cultural Affairs.
In 2020, he was among the signatories of the Conservative Front formation pact. The party won tbd seats.
Marriage and children
On 9 January 1998, Erik married Alize-Hillargi Arana Mezkitaga, great-granddaughter of Luis Arana, a Basque nationalist. Alize influenced Erik and he espoused Basque nationalism. Erik adopted the name "Printze Euric", as his official name in Basque. In the same year, his son Prince Henrik was born.