Thursday, June 17, 2021

Glimpses from Two Recent German Noble Weddings

The Croÿ newlyweds.

On 22 May 2021, Prince Marc of Croÿ and Countess Delia de Cossé-Brissac celebrated their religious marriage at the Chateau de Brissac. One of the priests who presided over the couple's ceremony was Father Paul Habsburg. Among the guests were the Dowager Duchess de Brissac, Prince Ludwig of Bavaria, the Duke and Duchess of Braganza, Prince Louis of Luxembourg and his fiancée Scarlett-Lauren Sirgue, Prince Sébastien of Luxembourg, and Prince Guillaume and Princess Sibilla of Luxembourg. Prince Marc and Princess Delia of Croÿ were civilly married on 19 December 2020 at Dülmen. Prince Marc Emanuel of Croÿ (b.1992) is the son of Duke Rudolf of Croÿ (b.1955) and his late wife Alexandra Miloradovich (1960-2015). Délia de Cossé-Brissac (b.1998) is the daughter of Charles-André, Duc de Brissac (b.1962), and his wife Countess Larissa Széchényi de Sárvár-Felsövidek (b.1967).

The Hohenberg newlyweds.

On 12 June 2021, Fürst Karl von Hohenberg and Baroness Assunta von Loë were religiously married at Schweinheim. Fürst Karl von Hohenberg (b.1991) is the son of Duke Nikolaus von Hohenberg (b.1961) and his wife Countess Elisabeth von Westphalen zu Fürstenberg (b.1963). Baroness Assunta von Loë (b.1996) is the daughter of Baron Philipp von Loë (b.1961) and his wife Countess Marie-Therese Ségur-Cabanac (b.1962). Karl and Assunta announced their engagement in October 2020. 

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