Divorce In the Georgian Royal House

  December 17, 2013 at 9:33 pm by

Almost five years after their dynasty uniting marriage, Prince David Bagration-Mukhrani and Princess Anna Bagration-Gruzinsky have announced their divorce.

“With much regret, I announce the end of my marriage with Anna Bagrationi, which I thank for the wonderful son we have in common,” Prince David said in an statement on the Georgian Royal House’s official website.

Separation rumours have dogged the couple since their wedding, with reports in September 2009 coming that they were already living apart.

Prince David and Princess Anna are both the heirs to their respective branches of the Georgian Royal House – David the Bagration-Mukhranis, Anna to her father, Prince Nugzar, who is the heir to the Bagration-Gruzinsky branch. Their February 2009 marriage meant that any child born of the union would eventually become the undisputed heir to the defunct Georgian throne.

The couple have one son, Prince Giorgi Bagration-Bagrationi, born in September 2011.

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3 Responses to Divorce In the Georgian Royal House

  1. giorgi says:

    Constantly, over the past years, David was demanding from HRH Princess Anna to push her father to abdicate from his legitimate rights thus usurping the sovereign rights of his father-in-law. But because Princess Anna did not went against the truth, that is why David stated about divorce.

  2. Lady Daphne says:

    I hope the Son will will have a satisfactory and productive life. Happiness too, of course, but it seems he has quite a challenge before him.

  3. Karen says:

    Wow! This marriage sounds like one of those marriages way back long ago when the royal couple was picked to marry each other to unite countries or families, or royal houses, etc. I guess they fulfilled their purpose, had the one child who is heir to a defunct throne and now it is time that they move on and live their lives the way they want to without being married to each other.

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