The religious wedding of Prince Ludwig (Louis) zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn and Countess Philippa Spannocchi occurred on August 20th, 2011.
The bride wore a family tiara and a beautiful old lace veil.
What is the name of the tiara?
"Her Serene Highness Theodora-Louise, Prinzessin zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg, is accused of attacking three people at an event near St Andrews, Fife, where she is at university. The 27-year-old, named on several lists of eligible single princesses, was led in handcuffs into Cupar Sheriff Court. She faces nine charges - including assault and acting in a racially aggravated manner."
"It is understood they had to wait until a cell became free because court staff didn’t want her to share with other prisoners due to her background."
Wow, so much to we are all equal before the law lmao
I hope she gets a harsh sentence...
Princess Ariana Maria-Gobertina of Sayn-Wittgenstein Berleburg (b.23 August 1985) [daughter of late Prince Richard of Sayn-Wittgenstein Berleburg (1952-2010) & his first wife, Countess Louise Batthyany de Nemet-Ujvar (b.1956)] married Zachary Wendkos this year.
She has a brother John-Alvin (b.1982) who is still single.
Nobody should act like that, Princess or not. But Princesses don't automatically come as faultless saints. Misbehavious happens in all social groups. And that one German Princes appears to be a "tough cookie" doesn't mean that all German Princesses are like that.
Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein at the White Nights Festival, held at the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg, Russia, on 21 June.
She had a striking necklace and matching earrings that once belonged to Aline Griffith, Countess Dowager Romanones and sold at auction at Sotheby's Geneva in May 2011. It is unknown if Corinna has bought it herself or if it has been a gift.
This annual art gala was attended by numerous personalities of the European nobility, also model Natalia Vodianova attended. Corinna aparece en una fiesta con el espectacular collar de la condesa de romanones Translation
One doesn't have to read between the lines when the subheading states "La publicación ahora de unas fotos de Corinna Zu Sayn-Wittgenstein luciendo el impresionante collar... han vuelto a poner en el punto de mira a la amiga entrańable de don Juan Carlos." translated as "The publication of photos of Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein wearing the stunning necklace ... have once again focused on the close friend of Don Juan Carlos."
Maybe, but then again in the same subheading the necklace is described as a "collar de esmeraldas y rubíes" when it is obviously emeralds and diamonds with not a ruby in sight.
v Princess Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein [-Sayn]
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