Today, Prince Hans Adam II and Princess Marie Agläe of Liechtenstein celebrate fifty-two years of marriage.
The then Hereditary Prince Hans Adam of Liechtenstein (b.1945) and Countess Marie Agläe Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau (b.1940) were wed at St Florin's in Vaduz on 30 July 1967. Hans Adam is the eldest son of Prince Franz Joseph II of Liechtenstein (1906–1989) and his wife Princess Georgina (née von Wilczek ;1921–1989). Marie Agläe is the daughter of Count Ferdinand Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau (1908–1969) and his wife Countess Henriette Caroline (née Ledebur-Wicheln; 1910–2001). Hans Adam and Marie Agläe are second cousins once removed through their descent from Fürst Ferdinand Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau (1834-1904) and his wife Princess Maria Josepha of Liechtenstein (1835-1905).
|Fürst Ferdinand Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau|
|Countess Marie Agläe is escorted by her father Count Ferdinand|
|(left to right) Princess Sofía of Spain and Princess Irene of Greece and Denmark|
|The Count and Countess of Paris followed by Prince Michael and Princess Marina of Greece |
as well as Duchess Diane of Württemberg
|Queen Anne-Marie of the Hellenes arrives on the arm of Prince Heinrich of Liechtenstein|
|Inside St Florin's|
|Hans Adam and Marie Agläe|
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