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Old 11-30-2004, 05:25 AM
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Part X Newest Pictures of 3d October 2004


On 3d October 2004 there was the beatfication of the Emperor Karl of Habsburg (17.8.1887-1.4.1922) and former Emperor of Austria (1916-1922). Among the guests were Princess Margaretha and her husband Nikolaus von und zu Liechtenstein with their children Princess Maria Anunciata, Princess Marie Astrid and Prince Josef-Emanuel.

The reason they were present on the beatification ceremony in the Vatican is because of the relationship to the Habsburg family. Princess Margaretha's sister Marie Astrid is married with Carl-Christian of Habsburg (a descendant of Karl of Habsburg).


1. Prince Nikolaus on the beatfication ceremony
2. The family on the beatification ceremony (from left to right): Maria Anunciata (19 years), Marie Astrid (17 years), Josef-Emanuel (15 years), mother Margaretha (47 years) and father Nikolaus (57 years)

Here end my photo series of Princess Margaretha's children. It is really difficult to find pictures of them. So if you have some more of them, please post them in this thread!



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Old 01-18-2005, 09:20 AM
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The children of Princess Margaretha of Liechtenstein; Maria Anunciata (19), Marie Astrid (18), Joseph-Emmanuel (15) were also present at the funeral.
Princess Maria Anunciata (eldest daughter of Princess Margaretha of Liechtenstein) was speaking her prayer in English: Mother of God, look for all the victims of the terrible tsunami desaster which deeply moved our grandmother. Keep watch of the whose who are struggeling and suffering and of the whose who are suffering from their family they lost there. May you bring them all hope and peace!
1. before the prayer
2. speeking the prayer
3. to 9. Princess Maria Anunciata on the right, Prince Joseph-Emmanuel in the middle and Princess Marie Astrid at the left
PS: I will post pictures of Princess Margaretha and Prince Nikolaus at the funeral tomorrow
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Old 01-20-2005, 09:43 AM
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Pics of Princess Margaretha and Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein at the funeral

1. and 2. Princess Margaretha and Prince Nikolaus in the second row
3. behind Grand Duke Jean during the requiem (Grand Duke jean is sitting because of his arthritis )
4.and 5. other pictures in the church
6.and 7. after the requiem


Another interesting question after I heard Maria Anunciata speaking: What language does Margaretha and her family speek at home?

I would guess they speak German because in Liechtenstein you speak German but they live in Brussel...
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Another interesting question after I heard Maria Anunciata speaking: What language does Margaretha and her family speek at home?

I would guess they speak German because in Liechtenstein you speak German but they live in Brussel...
I think German, maybe French.
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Old 01-21-2005, 01:06 AM
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It's German. They, however, much like the Austrians, speak an odd dialect of it.
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Old 01-21-2005, 10:06 PM
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I think in Liechtenstein they speak a dialect of Upper German, which is probably related to Swiss German??? (since Switzerland is just next door). :o By the way, drimal, what form of German do you speak in Luxembourg? :)
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Old 01-22-2005, 05:15 AM
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I think in Liechtenstein they speak a dialect of Upper German, which is probably related to Swiss German??? (since Switzerland is just next door). :o By the way, drimal, what form of German do you speak in Luxembourg? :)
Luxembourgish is a very "low" language and with no melodie in it so for example the dull "ë" as in "Lëtzebuerg"is pronounced what is very unusual for a language.
Due to that most Luxembourger speaks German with no melodie and you hear immediately the dialect (the Dutch have similar problems but not in the fway the Luxembourger have). I'm sometimes ashamed if I hear Luxembourgish ministers talking such a "low" German. I think most people have scruples to speek correct German becuase of the Second World War.

In Liechtenstein you speek (as in Switzerland) the typical "Switzerdütch" a very melodic dialect with a funny pronounciation on the "r" which is pronounced in a long way. Some people in Germany laugh down that language but I find it so funny and "folkloric". Some older people in Switzerland and Liechtenstein speek the old "Switzerdütch" and although I'm good at German it is hard to understand because there are alot of differences.

In "Switzerdütch" you greet with: "Grützi all mittenand."

PS: By the way to you know that the national anthem of Liechtenstein is similar to the English but the text is different.
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Wow, thanks for your very informative answer, drimal! :) :) I think it's very interesting how there are so many differences (in intonation especially) across dialects of German. I would like hear Luxembourgish one day, even though you say it is not a very melodious language! Australian accents aren't either really - we typically speak in a very "flat", nasal way.
By the way, I have heard the music (but not the words) for the Liechtenstein national anthem - I thought I was hearing the English one by mistake!
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Well, English is a Germanic language.
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At a wedding of Habsburg/Piatti according to seegerpress. Does anybody knows who was married of the Habsburg family at this day?
It was the wedding of Princess Margherita of Austria (daughter of Prince Michael & Princess Christiane) and Count Benedikt von Piatti (son of Count Manfred & Countess Mechthildis Maria - née Princess of Austria).
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Old 03-29-2005, 05:26 AM
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Pictures of Princess Margaretha and Prince Nikolaus von und zu Liechtenstein

I have some pictures which I hadn't posted here in this thread of Princess Margaretha and her husband Nikolaus and I will post them here in the next days.

1. little Princess Margaretha
2.to 5. Princess Margaretha von und zu Liechtenstein
6. Prince Nikolaus von und zu Liechtenstein
7. the couple on the wedding of Princess Tatiana of Liechtenstein
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Pictures of Princess Margaretha and her family of 1.7.1997

I think that I have already posted some of the following pictures here, but the pictures of Princess Margaretha (alone, and with her husband) were missing.

On the pictures you see Princess Margaretha and her husband Prince Nikolaus and the children Princess Maria Anunciata, Princess Marie Astrid and Prince Josef- Emmanuel von und zu Liechtenstein.

In the background you see their house in Brussels, where Prince Nikolaus is the Liechtenstein Ambassador to Belgium and the European Union.
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Princess Margaretha and her family

I was trying to find a thread about princess Margaretha but there was only one on her children. So here we are:p . Here is an old pic with her children.
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Pictures of Princess Margaretha and Prince Nikolaus' villa in Brussels

A comfortable and friendly interior and outside a swimming pool!:)
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Their villa is rather plain for royalty.
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i love the way the girls dress the same all the time. i wonder if they always dressed like that
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Well, Guillaume, Felix, and Louis used to wear the same thing.
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I read in a magazine that Philip Niarchos (Stavros Niarchos's father) is trying to set Princess Maria Anunciata or Princess Marie-Astrid of Liechtenstein up with Stavros. Who are these princesses and does anybody have any photos of them? Thanks!
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I read in a magazine that Philip Niarchos (Stavros Niarchos's father) is trying to set Princess Maria Anunciata or Princess Marie-Astrid of Liechtenstein up with Stavros. Who are these princesses?
They are the two daughters of Prince Nikolaus and Princess Margaretha (neé of Luxembourg). Princess Marie Annunciata was born in 1985 and Princess Marie Astrid was born in 1987.

Here is a pic of the family, including Prince Josef-Emanuel (b 1989), from 2004. Courtesy SeegerPress.

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