Prince Philip of Yugoslavia Marries Danica Marinković in Belgrade
On October 7, Prince Philip of Yugoslavia, second son of Crown Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia and his first wife Princess Maria da Glória of Orléans-Braganza, Duchess de Segorbe, married Danica Marinković at the St. Michael Archangel Cathedral in Belgrade, Serbia.
The bride, Danica, is a graphic designer who is the daughter of impressionist painter Milan Marinković and his wife Beba.
Philip and Danica’s wedding is the second royal wedding to occur in Serbia since the Royal Family were deposed; the first being Prince Mihalio and Princess Ljubia’s wedding in 2016. Following the church ceremony, a reception was held in the evening at the capital’s White Palace.
Attending the wedding along with members of both families were Queen Sofia of Spain (the groom’s godmother), Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden (who acted as ‘kuma’, maid of honour), Prince Guillaume and Princess Sibilla of Luxembourg, the Dowager Duchess of Calabria (another of the groom’s godmothers), Princess Isabelle of Lichtenstein, and Prince Aymn Aga Kahn.Filed under Serbia/Yugoslavia
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