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Old 09-09-2007, 12:11 PM
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What does furst and furstin stand for as I see it preceeding some of the names?
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What does furst and furstin stand for as I see it preceeding some of the names?
Fürst/Fürstin is a german Title which is translated as prince in the english language therfore i used the german version.
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Another beautiful Bayern sister.

Btw does Sophie wore a bra on the evening dress?
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Old 09-09-2007, 07:27 PM
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Thanks for the photos!
Did anyone notice that Furstin Angela and Princess Ursula are wearing the same outfit?

The neckline and sleeves are like Mary's but somehow this dress is prettier.
It's also nice to see Princess Angela, I wished she'd wear a hat at least once and something that isn't black or grey.
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Old 09-10-2007, 08:06 AM
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Marriage of Princess Maria Anna in Bayern mit Dr.Klaus Runow, Tegernsee 8th September 2007

Courtesy Albert Nieboer.
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http://i225.photobucket.com/albums/d...2/07090854.jpg

the bridal gown is just the similar to CP Mary of Denmark's wedding dress in the style, except the color~
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Any further details on the couple? (e.g. how they met, what Princess Maria-Anna does for a living...)
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These is a copy of Mary's dress.
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Old 09-13-2007, 10:06 AM
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A copy? Ypu think it was designed with a photo of Mary´s dress next to it ? There are simularities indeed, the neckline for example, but the design is pretty basic.
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Is the last of the sisters to get married? There are five of them, huh?
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Is the last of the sisters to get married? There are five of them, huh?
One is left. Helene i think.
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Old 09-13-2007, 11:29 AM
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One is left. Helene i think.
1. Sophie (*1967) +1993 Alois Furst von und zu Liechtenstein (*1968) 4 children
2. Marie Caroline (*1969) + 1991 Phillip Herzog von Wurttemberg (*1964) 4 children
3. Helene (*1972)
4. Elisabeth (*1973) + 2004 Daniel Terberger (*1967) 1 child and 1 in way in Nov 2007
5. Marie Anne (*1975) + 2007 Klaus Runow
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So two have married royal ( or princely ?). Regardless, I'm certain they are happy with their choices.

Magnik, thanks for the info. I always thought that Sophie married first but I was wrong. :)
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http://i225.photobucket.com/albums/d...2/07090854.jpg

the bridal gown is just the similar to CP Mary of Denmark's wedding dress in the style, except the color~
Crown princess Mary had lace on the shirt of her dress. This is not the case here.
But is similiar in style to the gowns worn by all of her sisters. They all have worn this floral tiara and the same 200 years old veil.
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I was browsing through the photos of This wedding and the Schaumberg-lippe wedding, Is Princess Elisabeth of BAvaria wearing the same dress to both of them?
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Yes, and Marie-Anna's dress is much more refined.


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Crown princess Mary had lace on the shirt of her dress. This is not the case here.
But is similiar in style to the gowns worn by all of her sisters. They all have worn this floral tiara and the same 200 years old veil.
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Fürst/Fürstin is a german Title which is translated as prince in the english language therfore i used the german version.
The title of Fürst distinguishes the Head of a Princely House from the other princes of the family. The Fürstin is his wife.
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The title of Fürst distinguishes the Head of a Princely House from the other princes of the family. The Fürstin is his wife.
Not always. For example in the german noble Family all members bear the Title Fürst/Fürstin. And in the Families Urach and Hohenberg the Head is Herzog (Duke) and the other members are Fürst/Fürstin.
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When I was in Germany, I saw a report of the wedding on the news. The location looked very regal and beautiful.

They showed an interview with Duke Franz, the bride's uncle, and he seemed very pleased and charming.

I wouldn't necessarily call the Bavarian Royal House a minor royal, but non-reigning. They have a history that goes back as far as the Hapsburgs and in the Middle Ages they were considered more powerful than the Hapsburgs. For awhile Bavarian duchesses were very prized brides of the largest houses in Europe.
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I wouldn't necessarily call the Bavarian Royal House a minor royal, but non-reigning. They have a history that goes back as far as the Hapsburgs and in the Middle Ages they were considered more powerful than the Hapsburgs. For awhile Bavarian duchesses were very prized brides of the largest houses in Europe.
You are right. There are at least two Bavarian princesses marrying kings (or future kings) of France for example: Isabella of Bavaria married Charles VI in 1385, and Maria Christina of Bavaria married the heir of Louis XIV in 1680.

Back to Princess Maria-Anna: very nice dress and tiara!!
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