Thursday, January 16, 2014

Princely engagement: Thurn und Taxis - Wilson

Mr H.J.A.S. Wilson and Princess Maria Theresia von Thurn und Taxis

The engagement is announced between Hugo, son of Mr Kenneth Wilson, of East Chisenbury, Wiltshire, and Mrs Diana Wilson, of Battersea, London, and Maria Theresia, eldest daughter of.Gloria, Princess von Thurn und Taxis, of Schloss St Emmeram, Regensburg, Germany.

The engagement announcement appears in January 16th's Daily Telegraph and The Times.  Princess Maria Theresia's father, the late Prince of Thurn und Taxis, was not named in the announcement.   

Princess Maria Theresia Ludowika Klothilde Helene Alexandra of Thurn and Taxis was born November 28, 1980 at Regensburg, Germany, the eldest of three children of the late Johannes Prince of Thurn and Taxis and his wife, Gloria.

The new engaged couple share a passion for art. Hugo Wilson, who was born in 1982, is a noted artist.

When a reporter from Bunte, the German magazine, called Princess Maria Theresia's mother, Princess Gloria, she refused to comment on the engagement announcement. d

In 2010, Maria Theresia  received a MA in Fine Art from the City and Guilds of London Art School. 

The date of the wedding is not known.  It is possible that the wedding will take place at Regensburg.;art1172,222389    The Royal Musings article is linked here ... described as an adelsblog aus Grossbritannien.    Flattered, but just for the record Royal Musings is an adelsblog aus USA!!!!!


Sydney Luxarazzi said...

Gloria did not confirm the engagement. She did not give any comment at all.

Marlene Eilers Koenig said...

Don't think Gloria is happy about this engagement. Could be wrong.

Sydney Luxarazzi said...

She has publicly stated many times that she wants her children to marry Catholic nobles so I guess that he might not fit the bill...

Marlene Eilers Koenig said...

I know. I thought of that last night when I saw the announcement. Strange it did not say Princess Gloria of TnT and the late Prince Johannes of Tnt (or rather the other way around.)

Did you see the German story with a link to RM describing it as a adelsblog aus Grossbritannien!