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« Reply #240 on: October 15, 2021, 04:54:48 PM »

Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany, KG, KT, GCSI, GCMG, GCStJ (Leopold George Duncan Albert)(7 April 1853 – 28 March 1884) was the eighth child and youngest son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Leopold was later created Duke of Albany, Earl of Clarence, and Baron Arklow. He had haemophilia, which contributed to his death following a fall at the age of 30.

Princess Helen of Waldeck and Pyrmont (17 February 1861 – 1 September 1922) was a member of the British royal family by marriage. She was the fifth daughter and child of George Victor, Prince of Waldeck and Pyrmont, and his first wife, Princess Helena of Nassau.


Prince Leopold, stifled by the desire of Queen Victoria to keep him at home, saw marriage as his only hope of independence. Due to his haemophilia, he had difficulty finding a wife. He was acquainted with Alice Liddell, the daughter of the Vice-Chancellor of Oxford for whom Lewis Carroll wrote Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, and was godfather of Alice's second son, who was named after him. It has been suggested that he considered marrying her, though others suggest that he preferred her sister Edith (for whom he later served as pall-bearer on 30 June 1876)Leopold also considered his second cousin Princess Frederica of Hanover as a bride; they instead became lifelong friends and confidantes. Other royal and aristocratic women he pursued included heiress Daisy Maynard, Princess Elisabeth of Hesse-Kassel, Princess Karoline Mathilde of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg, Princess Stéphanie of Belgium and Princess Victoria of Baden. Leopold was very fond of Mary Baring, daughter of Lord Ashburton, but though she was equally fond of him, at 19, she felt she was too young to marry.After rejection from these women, Victoria stepped in to bar what she saw as unsuitable possibilities. Insisting that the children of British monarchs should marry into other reigning Protestant families, Victoria suggested a meeting with Princess Helen Frederica, the daughter of George Victor, reigning Prince of Waldeck-Pyrmont, one of whose daughters had already married King Willem III of the Netherlands.


On 27 April 1882, Leopold and Helen were married at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle


The dress was made in Paris and was presented by her sister, Queen consort Emma of the Netherlands. The gown was made of white satin, decorated with traditional orange blossom and myrtle and trimmed with fleur-de-lis, with the edge topped with point d'Alençon and white satin. The long tulle veil was held in place by a diamond head dress and a wreath of orange blossoms and myrtle. The shoulders were bare and the short drop sleeves adorned with the Royal Family Order of the Royal Order of Victoria and Albert and the Companion of the Order of the Crown of India pinned to the left. The bosom was swathed in tulle and ruched laces with a small bouquet of flowers. The fashionably cut bodice ended in a sharp V–shape that accentuated the bride's tall and slender figure.

Helen received large diamond sprays from the King and Queen of the Netherlands, which she wore as a tiara and brooch on her wedding day. From her parents, she received a diamond necklace and sun rays that she also wore as brooches.

Prince Leopold gave his bride a diamond necklace, a large diamond star, a ruby bracelet, a ruby and diamond bracelet, sapphire and diamond earrings, Spanish lace, and a fan, which can also be seen in her wedding photos


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« Reply #241 on: October 15, 2021, 05:01:09 PM »

Princess Beatrice of the United Kingdom, VA, CI, GCVO, GBE, RRC, GCStJ (Beatrice Mary Victoria Feodore)(14 April 1857 – 26 October 1944), later Princess Henry of Battenberg, was the fifth daughter and youngest child of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.

Prince Henry of Battenberg KG PC (Henry Maurice)( 5 October 1858 – 20 January 1896) was a morganatic descendant of the Grand Ducal House of Hesse. He was the son of Prince Alexander of Hesse and by Rhine, and his wife Countess Julia von Hauke. His father was the third son and fourth child of Grand Duke Ludwig II of Hesse and Wilhelmina of Baden.His parents' marriage was morganatic, as Julia was not considered a proper wife for a prince of a reigning dynasty, being only a countess. As such, at the time of his birth, Henry could not bear his father's title or name, and was styled His Illustrious Highness Count Henry (Heinrich) Maurice of Battenberg. He was known as 'Liko' to his family. When his mother was raised to Princess von Battenberg and given the higher style of Her Serene Highness by Alexander's older brother, Louis III, Grand Duke of Hesse, Henry and his siblings shared in their mother's new rank. He became His Serene Highness Prince Henry of Battenberg, although he remained ineligible to inherit the throne of Hesse or to receive a civil list stipend.



Beatrice's childhood coincided with Queen Victoria's grief following the death of her husband on 14 December 1861. As her elder sisters married and left their mother, the Queen came to rely on the company of her youngest daughter, whom she called "Baby" for most of her childhood. Beatrice was brought up to stay with her mother always and she soon resigned herself to her fate. The Queen was so set against her youngest daughter marrying that she refused to discuss the possibility. Nevertheless, many suitors were put forward, including Louis Napoléon, Prince Imperial, the son of the exiled Emperor Napoleon III of France, and Louis IV, Grand Duke of Hesse, the widower of Beatrice's older sister Alice. She was attracted to the Prince Imperial and there was talk of a possible marriage, but he was killed in the Anglo-Zulu War in 1879.

Beatrice fell in love with Prince Henry of Battenberg, the son of Prince Alexander of Hesse and by Rhine and Julia von Hauke and brother-in-law of her niece Princess Victoria of Hesse and by Rhine. After a year of persuasion, the Queen, whose consent was required pursuant to the Royal Marriages Act, finally agreed to the marriage, which took place at Whippingham on the Isle of Wight on 23 July 1885. Queen Victoria consented on condition that Beatrice and Henry make their home with her and that Beatrice continue her duties as the Queen's unofficial secretary. The Prince and Princess had four children, but 10 years into their marriage, on 20 January 1896, Prince Henry died of malaria while fighting in the Anglo-Asante War. Beatrice remained at her mother's side until Queen Victoria died on 22 January 1901. Beatrice devoted the next 30 years to editing Queen Victoria's journals as her designated literary executor and continued to make public appearances. She died at 87, outliving all her siblings, all of her siblings' spouses, two of her children, and several nieces and nephews including Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany and George V of United Kingdom.


On 22 July 1885, the Queen made Prince Henry a Knight of the Garter, and granted him the style Royal Highness to give him equal rank with his wife. This style took effect in the United Kingdom, but not in the German Empire (where the Prince was still considered a Serene Highness). Beatrice and Henry were married at St Mildred's Church at Whippingham, near Osborne, on 23 July 1885.


Beatrice wore a wedding dress of white satin, trimmed with orange blossom and lace, the lace overskirt held by bouquets of the blossom entwined with white heather. There was lace on the pointed neck line, and on the sleeves, for the Princess was a lover of, and an expert on, lace. One of her most treasured possessions was a tunic of old point d'Alençon which had belonged to Catherine of Aragon. Knowing her daughter's love of lace, the Queen allowed Princess Beatrice to wear the Honiton lace and veil which she herself had worn on her wedding day. It was a very precious possession to the Queen, and Princess Beatrice was the only one of her daughters to be given the opportunity to wear it. Her veil was emblazoned with a diamond circlet with diamond stars, a wedding gift from her mother.

She was accompanied by ten royal bridesmaids dressed in ivory gowns.

St. Mildred's in Whippingham, where the couple was married, has a replica of the wedding dress worn by Princess Beatrice which, along with photographs from the wedding, can be viewed by visitors.


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« Reply #242 on: October 16, 2021, 10:19:22 PM »

Star to you Principesa, great and fun thread!

And some information here : Chantal d'Orléans wore a dress by Pierre Balmain and and a tiara by Mellerio.  Smiley

Princess Jeanne Chantal Alice Clothilde Marie d'Orleans (9 January 1946) is the 10th child and 6th (and youngest) daughter of Henri, Count of Paris, Orléanist claimant to the French throne, and his wife Princess Isabelle of Orléans-Braganza.


She married on July 28, 1972 in the royal chapel of Dreux, Baron François-Xavier Claude Marie de Sambucy de Sorgue, (August 20, 1943), son of Baron Louis de Sambucy de Sorgue (1893-1989), and his wife, Charlotte de Queylar (1899-1996).

The origine / designer of her wedding dress is unknown to me.



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« Reply #243 on: October 17, 2021, 11:21:00 PM »

Star to you Principesa, great and fun thread!

And some information here : Chantal d'Orléans wore a dress by Pierre Balmain and and a tiara by Mellerio.  Smiley

Princess Jeanne Chantal Alice Clothilde Marie d'Orleans (9 January 1946) is the 10th child and 6th (and youngest) daughter of Henri, Count of Paris, Orléanist claimant to the French throne, and his wife Princess Isabelle of Orléans-Braganza.


She married on July 28, 1972 in the royal chapel of Dreux, Baron François-Xavier Claude Marie de Sambucy de Sorgue, (August 20, 1943), son of Baron Louis de Sambucy de Sorgue (1893-1989), and his wife, Charlotte de Queylar (1899-1996).

The origine / designer of her wedding dress is unknown to me.




Thank you very much for the addition!

And thanks to CyrilSebastian, who came up with this thread
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« Reply #244 on: October 18, 2021, 01:26:29 AM »

Star to you Principesa, great and fun thread!

And some information here : Chantal d'Orléans wore a dress by Pierre Balmain and and a tiara by Mellerio.  Smiley

Princess Jeanne Chantal Alice Clothilde Marie d'Orleans (9 January 1946) is the 10th child and 6th (and youngest) daughter of Henri, Count of Paris, Orléanist claimant to the French throne, and his wife Princess Isabelle of Orléans-Braganza.


She married on July 28, 1972 in the royal chapel of Dreux, Baron François-Xavier Claude Marie de Sambucy de Sorgue, (August 20, 1943), son of Baron Louis de Sambucy de Sorgue (1893-1989), and his wife, Charlotte de Queylar (1899-1996).

The origine / designer of her wedding dress is unknown to me.




Thank you very much for the addition!

And thanks to CyrilSebastian, who came up with this thread
     
Principesa, Thank you for the Thanks!!  Yes
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« Reply #245 on: October 18, 2021, 09:24:37 AM »

@CyrilSebastian, you are welcome Smiley
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« Reply #246 on: October 18, 2021, 10:00:54 AM »

Graphic designer Yasmine Paranaguá got her fairytale wedding when she married her prince charming João Philippe (a real-life prince of de Orleans e Bragança family)

Yasmine Paranaguá is a great-great-great-granddaughter of João Lustosa da Cunha Paranaguá, 2nd Marquis of Paranaguá.

Prince João Philippe of Brazil (1986) is a  son of Prince João Henrique of Brazil (24 April 1954) and his 1st wife Stella Leão Lutterbach.

Prince João Henrique of Brazil, better known as Dom Joãozinho, is the only child and son of Prince João Maria of Brazil and the Egyptian Fatma Scherifa Chirine, the widower Princess of Alexandria.  By his father, he was grandson of Emperor Pedro III of Brazil and a 1st cousin to Henri, Count of Paris and Duarte Pio, Duke of Braganza, and technically also a 1st cousin to King Juan Carlos I of Spain, while by his mother he was related to the Egyptian and Persian royalty.

Yasmine Paranaguá and Prince João Philippe of Brazil married in July 2013.


The bride wore an off-shoulder gown with pleated tulle bodice and layered tulle skirt by Brazilian designer Martu.


Civil wedding:



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« Reply #247 on: October 18, 2021, 01:18:48 PM »

1969: Diane Halfin and Prince Egon von Fürstenberg
The fashion icon (yep, that Diane Von Fürstenberg) opted for a wonderfully unconventional wedding dress by Marc Bohan of Dior for her wedding to Prince Egon, a member of Germany's aristocratic Fürstenberg family. Three months pregnant at the time of her nuptials, Diane accessorized the loose, cotton dress with a belt made of colorful ribbons. Admiringly, Prince Egon credited Diane for making the von Fürstenberg name famous in a 1981 interview with People—years after the couple's divorce.





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« Reply #248 on: October 18, 2021, 01:26:19 PM »

2014: Princess Maria Theresia von Thurn und Taxis and Hugo Wilson

Princess Maria Theresia von Thurn und Taxis (born Maria Theresia Ludowika Klothilde Helene Alexandra Prinzessin von Thurn und Taxis)(28 November 1980), known professionally as Maria Thurn und Taxis, is a German visual artist, journalist, forest and agricultural landowner, and member of the German princely House of Thurn und Taxis. She is the eldest child and daughter of Johannes, 11th Prince of Thurn and Taxis and his wife Gloria, Princess of Thurn and Taxis (née Gräfin von Schönburg-Glauchau).

On 13 September 2014, she married Hugo Wilson, a British artist based in London, in a Catholic ceremony at St. Joseph's Church in Tutzing, Germany. The wedding dress was by  Vivienne Westwood.


The couple has 2 daughters: Mafalda (2015) and Maya (2017)


https://www.marieclaire.c...rough-the-years/?slide=44


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« Reply #249 on: October 18, 2021, 01:48:45 PM »

Gloria, Dowager Princess of Thurn and Taxis (Mariae Gloria Ferdinanda Joachima Josephine Wilhelmine Huberta; born Countess Gloria von Schönburg-Glauchau)(23 February 1960) is a German socialite, businesswoman, philanthropist, Catholic activist, and artist. Countess Gloria von Schönburg-Glauchau was born on 23 February 1960 in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, West Germany. Her father, Joachim, Count of Schönburg-Glauchau, was the nominal head of the Glauchau branch of the German princely Schönburg family, a mediatised dynasty within the former Holy Roman Empire. Her mother, Countess Beatrix Széchenyi de Sárvár-Felsővidék, was a member of the Hungarian nobility and a descendant of Count István Széchenyi. Her parents divorced in 1986 and her father married a second time to Ursula Zwicker. Gloria descends from various European royal and noble families including the Chotek von Wognin, Trubetskoy, Rechteren-Limpurg-Speckfeld, Kinsky and Golitsyn. She is one of five children from her father's two marriages.


Johannes, 11th Prince of Thurn and Taxis (5 June 1926 – 14 December 1990) was a German businessman and head of the House of Thurn und Taxis from 1982 until his death. Johannes was born at Schloss Höfling in Regensburg, Germany, to Karl August, 10th Prince of Thurn and Taxis, and Infanta Maria Anna de Braganza. He had two older sisters and one younger brother.


In the 1970s Johannes threw avant-garde parties and, because he was bisexual, he was often seen in gay discos. Before he was married, his "constant companion" was Princess Henriette von Auersperg, later von Bohlen und Halbach. On 31 May 1980 he married the much younger Countess Gloria of Schönburg-Glauchau (born 1960). The pair were fourth cousins twice removed, both descended from Karl Alexander, 5th Prince of Thurn and Taxis. The Schönburg-Glauchaus were a mediatised branch of the Schönburg dynasty of counts, which still possessed large estates in Germany after World War I, but became refugees in Africa under the Nazi regime and fell on hard times. The couple attracted massive media attention into the mid 1980s, with a haut bohème lifestyle locating them among the jet set and the Princess Gloria's over-the-top appearance (characterized by bright hair color and flashy clothes) prompted Vanity Fair to describe her as "Princess TNT, the dynamite socialite", a sobriquet that stayed with her a long time. The couple had three children.


The wedding dress of Gloria was by Valentino


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« Reply #250 on: October 18, 2021, 02:02:25 PM »

Henriette "Hetty / Hetti" von Bohlen und Halbach as Henriette Auersperg (September 2, 1933 - May 30, 2019) was the daughter of Alois Auersperg (born in 1897 as Alois, Prince of Auersperg) and Henriette Auersperg (born in 1903 as Henriette, Countess Larisch von Mönnich, from 1919 Henriette Larisch-Moennich).

Hetty Auersperg grew up in Salzburg and Kitzbühel as the daughter of a diplomat, in Bregenz she attended the Sacre Cœur monastery school.  She married "as the beginning of a marriage of convenience"  on February 1, 1969 in Werfen, the homosexual  German entrepreneur's son and last offspring of the Krupp dynasty, Arndt von Bohlen and Halbach. The church wedding was on February 14th at Blühnbach Castle near Werfen in Salzburg. Arndt von Bohlen and Halbach was not an easy character, but the marriage, which was more of a mutual friendship, lasted until his death. The marriage remained childless.


Hetty Auersperg and Arndt von Bohlen and Halbach met on a boat trip to Brazil. From this encounter a friendship developed that was characterized by tolerance and pragmatism. At the end of 1968, when they were traveling together again and spent an evening in Casablanca, the following dialogue is said to have developed, according to a story by Henriette von Bohlen and Halbach: "I told him that I wanted to become a stewardess." Arndt replied : “Why are you looking for a job? Marry me and you will be taken care of. I am looking for a housewife and you are a person I can trust. ”In terms of society, the wedding in February 1969 was the event of the year that was announced with:“ Arndt von Bohlen and Halbach is fitting news of his upcoming marriage to Henriette Princess von Auersperg, daughter of Prince Alois von Auersperg and his wife Henriette Princess von Auersperg nee Countess Larisch von Mönnich. ”-“ 'No question, he liked my title, my origins,' recalls Henriette von Bohlen. 'And he envied me the size of my family, the relationship we had with one another. Arndt himself had never experienced this. '”Invited were members of the old former nobility, including Hohenbergs, Hohenlohes, Galens, Fürstenbergs,“ whoever was related to the marriage ”and“ whose name he [Arndt] knew from his beloved Gotha ". Conversely, because he loved the public, the press was also informed. Around forty reporters were invited to a specially held press reception, including editors-in-chief of Spiegel, Stern, Constanze and Neue Revue, who received letters with all the important information. Since it was feared that not only the invited, but also other national and international press people would arrive and ask the "usual questions about sexual past life or other circumstances surrounding his love", Arndt von Bohlen hired the experienced media advisor Josef von Ferenczy. His advice "stay calm, just don't panic" sounded in Henriette von Bohlen's ear in the interview about the book (Kammertöns 1998).


At the time that Hetty and Arndt's engagement was made public, it was reported that Hetty had been until then a particularly close, "seemingly permanent companion," to Prince Johannes of Thurn and Taxis (1926-1990).


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https://eurohistoryjourna...dy-princess-hetty-of.html


The tall blue-eyed princess with blonde hair wed her "prince charming" in a civil ceremony on 1 February 1969 at Werfen bei Salzburg. The couple celebrated their religious wedding on Valentine's Day 1969 (14 February) at Schloß Blühnbach, the Krupp property that was formerly owned by Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria.  The ceremony was Roman Catholic, the faith of the bride; Arndt was still Lutheran, though he converted to Catholicism later in life. Hetty let Arndt plan the entire ceremony, from choosing the 300 strong guest list to selecting the bride's wedding outfit, a Pongauer Dirndl.


Like the Pinzgau dirndl, the Pongauer Dirndl is an example of a regional costume. The Pongauer Dirndl is a simple regional costume from the Salzburg region.

It is a simple dirndl dress made of cotton fabric with a blue print model pattern on the top and skirt. Linen is also used, but cotton is more common.
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« Reply #251 on: October 18, 2021, 02:23:32 PM »

As a fan of Royals or otherwise I love seeing the clothes but the jewels are my main interest so please keep sharing them
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« Reply #252 on: October 18, 2021, 02:25:02 PM »

I couldn't figure out the designer, but Princess Charlotte of Luxembourg wore an interesting dress at her wedding in the '90s.


Princess Charlotte Phyllis Marie of Luxembourg (15 September 1967) eldest child and only daughter of Prince Charles of Luxembourg (1927–1977) and  Joan Douglas Dillon (31 January 1935)


Charles of Luxembourg (1927–1977) was the 5th child and 2nd son of Charlotte, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg and  Prince Felix of Bourbon-Parma.


Joan Dillon is the daughter of U.S. Treasury Secretary C. Douglas Dillon and his wife, Phyllis Chess Ellsworth. After her marriage to Prince Charles of Luxembourg she discovered an interest in wine and the family interest in Haut-Brion. Dillon married firstly in Paris, France, on 1 August 1953 James Brady Moseley, nephew of U.S. Treasury Secretary Nicholas F. Brady. The couple divorced in Washoe County, Nevada, US, on 12 December 1955; the marriage was annulled in Rome, Italy, on 22 June 1963. They had a daughter, Joan Dillon Moseley (born 1954).Dillon married secondly on 1 March 1967 Prince Charles, brother of Grand Duke Jean of Luxembourg, at the Catholic Church of St. Edward the Confessor in Sutton Park, Surrey, UK. The marriage was the first authorized of a Luxembourgeois prince to a commoner – authorized by Grand Ducal decree issued 16 February 1967. She was styled "Her Royal Highness Princess Joan of Luxembourg". Prince Charles died in Imbarcati, Province of Pistoia, Italy, on 26 July 1977. They had two children. Dillon married thirdly in Islesboro, Maine, on 3 August 1978 Philippe, 8th Duke de Mouchy (1922–2011). The marriage was without issue.



Charlotte married civilly in Mouchy on 26 June 1993 and religiously in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence on 18 September 1993 Marc-Victor Cunningham (24 September 1965), son of Victor Cunningham and wife Karen Armitage. They have issue



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« Reply #253 on: October 18, 2021, 02:28:39 PM »

On January 29th 1994 Princess Charlotte's brother Prince Robert married American Julie Houston Ongaro in Boston, MA. Prince Robert manages famous winery estates belonging to his mother's family.  The couple have 3 children.


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« Reply #254 on: October 18, 2021, 02:37:40 PM »

The Archduchess Maria Beatrice of Austria-Este (wearing the Austria-Este Tiara), daughter of Archduke Robert of Austria and Princess Margherita of Savoy-Aosta, and Count Riprand von und zu Arco-Zinneberg married at Niederaltaich Abbey in Bavaria in 1980. Count Riprand of Arco-Zinneberg, a great-grandson of the last Bavarian king, Ludwig III. The couple has 6 daughters, among others  Olympia von und zu Arco-Zinneberg, who is married to Jean-Christophe, Prince Napoléon.

Maria Beatrice is the older sister of Archduke Lorenz, who is married to Princess Astrid of Belgium and also a first cousin to Archduke Carl Christian, who is married to Princess Marie Astrid of Luxembourg.


Yet again it is unknown to me who designed the wedding dress. The bride wore the Austria-Este tiara.




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