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Old 08-11-2010, 06:59 AM
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I wish he will find a woman who will love him so much (and he will love her of course:-)) and then other thinks like how she looks, where she comes from, etc.. are not important...
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And for Theodora of Greece I think her father and the girl herself won't want the princess to convert into the roman catholicism.

As other poster said I think Constantine would be ecstatic to have a reigning Grand Duke for son-in-law, and he didn't have any problem with his sister converting to catholicism. Guillaume would never convert to her religion the same way they wouldn't move to Greece, he is not a regular person who can decide this things. I don't think most royals (I'm talking royal-borns now) would have a problem converting for their new country, because they've been taught since their births that it's their duty. For example, I suppose George I converted when he became King of Greece.
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George I of Greece remained lutheran, however his children were raised Orthodox (Queen Olga herself was Orthodox).
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George I of Greece remained lutheran, however his children were raised Orthodox (Queen Olga herself was Orthodox).
Thank you for the information!
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Does Luxembourg have a church like St. Paul's Cathedral for Guillaume to get married in?I'm just curious as what church he would be get married.
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Notre Dame Cathedral of Luxembourg is the church. The National Day Te Deum and the Octave of Our Lady of Luxembourg is held there. You can read about it at the government site and Wikipedia. Also there are pictures from of the weddings of the Grand Ducal couple, Grand Duke Jean and Grand Duchess Josephine-Charlotte, Marie-Astrid, and Margretha that show the cathedral.
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Old 08-16-2010, 01:04 AM
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Beautiful church!
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Beautiful indeed! But will his wedding get media coverage like the other royal weddings?
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Probably, Luxembourg is the only country with a ruling Ducal family. There's a great chance that they'll get a good media coverage in Europe but not so much in the US unless he marries an American. Besides that all it might get is a small mention in the magazines and the news.
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^ I agree. He's such an adorable guy. It would be funny if he ends up marrying someone taller than him
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Old 09-08-2010, 04:24 AM
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I work at bookstore and I have to put Majesty magazine back quite often. So if his eventual wedding ends up in thereit'll be all over america.
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Old 11-14-2010, 02:46 AM
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Bachelor Watch: Guillaume Hits the Big 2-8 « Royal Romance

Love the cover of Revue. Interesting match-up: Guillaume and Paris Hilton.
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Old 11-14-2010, 06:36 PM
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The paris hilton part made me have to check it out. That's hillarious. I hadn't thought about Princess Elisabeth von Thurn und Taxis with guillaume. She is worth more than he is but they could be a good couple and their children would be stunning.
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Old 11-16-2010, 09:45 PM
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I think Guillaume will marry in his 30's. It seems he will follow the other Crown princes except William who will marry next year at 29.
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So what are the qualifications to be Guillaume's wife? Do you think he will or can marry a commoner? I would like to see him marry someone of a different nationality maybe American because I am American and we haven't had a royal bride since Grace Kelly :( And now that William is out...we're over due
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Old 11-21-2010, 06:16 AM
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Of course he can marry a commoner. Although the Grand Duchess have aristocratic roots she was a commoner when marrying the Grand Duke
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^ Is that it? I heard that the government has to approve the woman before they can marry, is that true or is it like in England where if you're over a certain age you don't need consent?
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I'm not sure how it is but I think first that firstly the Grand Duke approves it and then he approach the parliament asking for their consent
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ok, thanks!
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The head of the house (reigning Grand Duke/Duchess or regent) grants consent and then informs the Chamber of Deputies of his/her decision.

Although the decision rests fully with Henri, I suspect that he would discuss the marriage of his heir with members of his government/advisors before making his final decision. I'm sure if he had any reason to doubt the character or ability of the young woman in question he would seek the opinion of his government (particurally in the case of Guillaume not necessarily so in the case of "lesser" members).

I found relevant decree concerning the titles of Mlle. Maria Teresa Mestre and Mlle. Sibilla Weiller but no decree of consent. I also found naturalisation records for Princess Josephine-Charlotte and Mlle. Sibilla Weiller but not Maria Teresa. I couldn't find any sort of consent decree that would require counter signature by a member of the government for anyone. This goes along with my reading of the relevant documents that imply the head of the house grants his consent and informs the government. Theoretically speaking, the government plays no role in the approval/rejection of a potional spouse. Realistically, I have no doubt that the government could impress upon Henri their lack of interest in having a woman of a certain background become their HGDss.
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