Monday, August 1, 2022

The marriage of the Hereditary Prince Paul Anton Esterhazy


The Hereditary Princess Esterházy von Galántha   The copyright for the photos belongs to the photographer.

Hereditary Prince Paul-Anton Esterházy von Galántha and Franziska "Sissi" von Reutter were married on July 30 in the Maria Saal Cathedral in Klagenfurt, Austria.  It was a formal wedding as the dress code was white tie and decorations.

The reception was held at Schloss Gradisch in Carinthia, which is owned by Count Karl-Georg von Goess.

The groom's father, Anton, Prince Esterházy von Galántha did not attend the wedding.

The couple became engaged last August as revealed by Royal Musings.  

The new Hereditary Princess is the half-niece of the late German sculptor, Franz Koenig.

Prince Ludwig of Bavaria and Sophie-Alexandra Evekink

Prince and Princess Joachim-Albrecht of Prussia (the Princess appears to be expecting a third child) and Prince Joachim-Albrecht's sister, the Hereditary Princess of Leiningen

The Hereditary Prince and Princess of Leiningen

Philipp Lovrek and his wife, Countess Alice of Koenigsegg-Aulendorf

the Prince and Princess of Castell-Rüdenhausen

The copyright of all these photos belongs to a friend .... no one can use these photos in blogs, on social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest. etc), or published anywhere without the permission of the copyright holder.   I thank this friend for allowing me to use the photos.  

Two photos are not captioned.

The Daily Mail has published an article about the wedding by Jessica Green, who included photos lifted from Instagram without permission of the copyright holders.  But no real facts about the wedding.  

The article includes background information on the couple... hmm, where do you suppose Jessica got that information?

Here is the Daily Mail article:

and then click on my engagement article and you find numerous similarities including quotes from the Hereditary Prince's interview which I translated into English.

It appears Jessica used the cut and paste keys to write her article.

This is from Royal Musings 

This is from the Mail's article, nearly word for word .. again  I translated a German-language article into English 

I ran the Daily Mail article through a plagiarism checker which showed that 29% of Jessica's article was plagiarized from Royal Musings.


Barbara said...

That is disgraceful. Is there anything you can do? Is there a reporting mechanism? That paper seems to flout all journalistic rules and traditions, and gets away with it.

Marlene Eilers Koenig said...

I won a plagiarism suit against the Mail in December, but the journalist basically lifted an entire post and put her name on it. This writer does not have a twitter account

The Blessed Virgin said...

Many so-called reporters today copy and paste and claim it is their work. Go get them !!

Unknown said...

I fully agree this is disgraceful. Could I please also ask why the Prince did not attend his son’s wedding? Do they not get on or does he object to the marriage? Thank you.

Marlene Eilers Koenig said...

No idea why his father did not attend. Perhaps health issues He is in his 80s. Sissi has Habsburg ancestry.

Andrea said...

Are they related?
I mean the beide and the groom.

Andrea said...