Friday, October 18, 2019

Royal wedding updates

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HIH Jean-Christophe Prince Napoleon and H Ill H Countess Olympia von und zu Arco-Zinneberg were married in a civil ceremony on October 17 at the city hall in Neuilly-sur-Seine.  The religious wedding will take place tomorrow at the Cathédrale Saint-Louis des Invalides.

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German magazine Bunte is reporting on the recent marriage of HGDH Princess
Aglaë of Baden and Wolf von Trotha.  The religious ceremony took place recently at Amorbach.

Princess Aglaë Margarete Tatiana Mary of Badenis the youngest child of Prince Ludwig of Baden and his wife, Princess Marianne of Auersperg-Breunner.  Wolf Georg Heinrich von Trotha is the  son of Thilo Wolf Heinrich von Trotha and Baroness Sophie Spies von Büllesheim.

Prince Ludwig of Baden is the youngest son of the late Berthold, the Margrave of Baden, and Princess Theodora of Greece and Denmark, one of the Duke of Edinburgh's older sisters.

Princess Aglaë, 38, wore her mother's wedding down, which was redesigned for her wedding, as well as a 200-year wedding veil from Princess Marianne's family, and the Baden Fleur de Lys tiara.

Guests at the wedding included Queen Sofia of Spain, the Prince and Princess of Leiningen and the Hereditary Prince and Princess of Leiningen, Prince and Princess Victor of Isenburg.

Aglae is a furniture designer who runs her own firm, HGL.

Wolf von Trotha is a financier.  He worked as a consultant at Roland Berger and, more recently, as a managing director of Moto Venture.  Several sites list von Trotha as a former managing director.

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