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Old 03-20-2012, 11:41 AM
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How interesting. Thank you for the information, Kataryn.
This particular princely house does appear to hold quite progressive views; while inapplicable in case of monarchies, a lot of noble families could benefit from the example.
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Well, that depends doesn't it? I can imagine that the sons who were deemed 'not good enough' by their father may have some issues with their parents. Still, if it can all be done in a good natured way it is much preferable of course. The online Gotha doesn't mention Leopold renouncing his rights btw.

if the quick google search is correct

This is Count Alexander
This is Count Leopold
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Well, that depends doesn't it? I can imagine that the sons who were deemed 'not good enough' by their father may have some issues with their parents. Still, if it can all be done in a good natured way it is much preferable of course. The online Gotha doesn't mention Leopold renouncing his rights btw.

if the quick google search is correct

This is Count Alexander
This is Count Leopold
It doesn't always mean that the son is not deemed "good enough" - he might have other preferences. I don't know what Count Leopold does for a living but Alexander has always been interested in business science and studied at Harvard before working in the banking world.

Or look at the Fugger von Glött - here Countess Katherina Fugger von Glött manages the foundation of the "Fuggerei", even though she has an older brother. But as she lives in Augsburg and works there as a teacher, it's probably easier for her to do the day-to-day stuff when it comes to the Fugger foundation.
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Hereditary Count Leopold Fugger von Babenhausen, who will turn 33 in three days [son of Hubertus, Count Fugger von Babenhausen (b.1946) & his wife Alexandra, nee Princess of Oettingen-Oettingen and Oettingen-Spielberg (b.1948)] & his wife Anina, nee Kammer (b.2 September 1978) are expecting their third child this year.

They already have two daughters: Sophia (3-5-2009) and Josepha (22-1-2011)

Sources: Netty's Royalty Page Upcoming Events
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Hereditary Count Leopold and Countess Annina Fugger von Babenhausen had their first son and third child Antonius in the summer of 2013.
A brother for Sophia and Josepha.

Source: Anuschka and Netty on Nobiliana BAG 2013
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An interview with Prince Hubertus:

550. Geburtstag: Was es heißt, ein Fugger zu sein - Nachrichten Augsburg - Augsburger Allgemeine
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Fürstin Gunilla Fugger of Babenhausen, née Countess Bielke died on 25.03.2015 at the age of 95. She was the widow of the late Fürst Firedrich Carl who died in 1979 and mother of Fürst Hubertus.
https://royaltravel.wordpress.com/20...f-babenhausen/
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Countess Franziska Fugger and her partner Mauro Bergonzoli are expecting their second child. They already have a daughter called 'Blue'.

Treffpunkt : Nachwuchs - Nachrichten - DIE WELT

Mr. Bergonzoli is a painter:
Mauro Bergonzoli official website

The online Gotha still has her married to the Argentinian Gonzalo Cazenave btw.
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/gotha/gotha/fugger.html

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An interview with Fürstin Angela Fugger von Glött, née von Kienlin, from half a year ago. She lives in Schloss Kirchheim.

http://www.augsburger-allgemeine.de/...d22500851.html

It seems that this line of the family has become extinct.

A year ago there were rumours that she married a Spanish guitar player who is 30 years her junior.
http://www.augsburger-allgemeine.de/...d27630372.html

Though in the article of october 2014 there is no reference to that. She did however state that she adopted somebody, but regards this as a private affair. She is still engaged in maintaining the castle.

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuggers...hheim/Schwaben
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Countess Franziska Fugger and her partner Mauro Bergonzoli are expecting their second child. They already have a daughter called 'Blue'.

Treffpunkt : Nachwuchs - Nachrichten - DIE WELT

Mr. Bergonzoli is a painter:
Mauro Bergonzoli official website

The online Gotha still has her married to the Argentinian Gonzalo Cazenave

Interview: Fürstin Fugger von Glött: "Langweilig wird mir nicht" - Nachrichten Bayern - Augsburger Allgemeine

It seems that this line of the family has become extinct.
The late husband of Fürstin Angela Fürst Joseph Ernst has adopted his nephew Count Albert of Arco-Zinneberg to continue the name. Count Albert has one son Count Ulrich and 2 daughters
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Thanks Stefan. it seems that Count Ulrich is married since 1999 to Donata von Armin. They have one son that was born in 2008, named Johannes. The son is not listed in the online Gotha, but is listed at geneall.

Ulrich, count Fugger von Glött, * 1963 | Geneall.net
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Sophie zu Löwenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg: Die Prinzessin hat Ja zu ihrem Grafen gesagt! | BUNTE.de

"It is the union of two German princes' families: Representatives of the Saxon-Coburg and Gotha families, Schaumburg-Lippe, Bavaria, Hohenzollern, Sayn-Wittgenstein and a few more traveled to Wertheim on Saturday (June 24th) to attend the marriage of a special couple. Sophie Prinzessin zu Löwenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg (28) and Constantin Graf Fugger von Babenhausen (30) have been married since December 2016. This was followed by an ecclesiastical ceremony with about 500 guests in a bright sunshine in the town church. The most beautiful pictures of the wedding as well as a detailed look at the princess's wedding dress can be found at the top of the video!"

This tiara is sooo beautiful!!
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"It is the union of two German princes' families: Representatives of the Saxon-Coburg and Gotha families, Schaumburg-Lippe, Bavaria, Hohenzollern, Sayn-Wittgenstein and a few more traveled to Wertheim on Saturday (June 24th) to attend the marriage of a special couple. Sophie Prinzessin zu Löwenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg (28) and Constantin Graf Fugger von Babenhausen (30) have been married since December 2016. This was followed by an ecclesiastical ceremony with about 500 guests in a bright sunshine in the town church. The most beautiful pictures of the wedding as well as a detailed look at the princess's wedding dress can be found at the top of the video!"

This tiara is sooo beautiful!!

I was in Wertheim yesterday. See here for more Information and my pics.
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Yes. From one of the Princely lines of the family.

Her husband Constantin is the son of Count Johannes Fugger von Babenhausen and Princess Marie Elisabeth von Lobkowicz. He is also grandson of Prince Friedrich Fugger von Babenhausen and Countess Gunilla Bielke.

Imo, the tiara is a stunner! Wonder why it hasn't popped up before. :(
Are the Fuggers one of those families where the head carries the title of prince while the other members have a lesser title?
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Yes. From one of the Princely lines of the family.

Her husband Constantin is the son of Count Johannes Fugger von Babenhausen and Princess Marie Elisabeth von Lobkowicz. He is also grandson of Prince Friedrich Fugger von Babenhausen and Countess Gunilla Bielke.

Imo, the tiara is a stunner! Wonder why it hasn't popped up before. :(
Thanks for the information!
My knowledge of the Fuggers is very limited. Given the enormity of their wealth, the title "Prince" should not be surprising.
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Are the Fuggers one of those families where the head carries the title of prince while the other members have a lesser title?
Yes the head of the House is Fürst and the other members are Count/Countess. But this is actually in all german Princely Families so. The junior members are either Count/Countess or Prince/Princess.
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Thanks for the information!
My knowledge of the Fuggers is very limited. Given the enormity of their wealth, the title "Prince" should not be surprising.
They actually where raised too the rank of Princes quiet late in 1803.
For more Information see here Princely Houses of Fugger
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Yes the head of the House is Fürst and the other members are Count/Countess. But this is actually in all german Princely Families so. The junior members are either Count/Countess or Prince/Princess.

They actually where raised too the rank of Princes quiet late in 1803.
For more Information see here Princely Houses of Fugger
Two princely lines existed, Fugger von Babenhausen and Fugger von Glött...and others were countly branches, like Fugger von Kirchberg und Weissenhorn.
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Two princely lines existed, Fugger von Babenhausen and Fugger von Glött...and others were countly branches, like Fugger von Kirchberg und Weissenhorn.
Fugger von Glött is extinct in the male line. Only the widow of the last Fürst Angela, née von Kienlin is still alive. The last Fürst Joseph Ernst has however adopted his nephew, Count Albert of Arco-Zinneberg to continue the name Fugger of Glött but he is not Fürst only Count.
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Fugger von Glött is extinct in the male line. Only the widow of the last Fürst Angela, née von Kienlin is still alive. The last Fürst Joseph Ernst has however adopted his nephew, Count Albert of Arco-Zinneberg to continue the name Fugger of Glött but he is not Fürst only Count.
True :)

And Fugger von Kirchberg und Weissenhorn is also extinct in male line. The only living member is Countess Maria Elisabeth who married Count Jaroslav von Thun und Hohenstein and took the name Thun-Hohenstein-Fugger von Kirchberg und zu Weißenhorn.

And Count Jaroslav also belonged to the Thun und Hohenstein Princely family, where the Head is Fürst and junior members were Counts and Countesses. He is a male line grandson of Fürst Jaroslav von Thun und Hohenstein (uncle and later guardian of Hohenberg children) and Countess Maria Pia Chotek von Chotkowa und Wognin, sister of Sophie, Duchess von Hohenberg, wife of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
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Hereditary Count Leopold and Countess Annina Fugger von Babenhausen had their first son and third child Antonius in the summer of 2013.
A brother for Sophia and Josepha.

Source: Anuschka and Netty on Nobiliana BAG 2013
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Leopold is not the Hereditary Count. Alexander is. This is due largely to Leopold's marriage to Annina Kammer, who is not noble by birth
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