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Synnadene 02-12-2006 09:26 AM

Archduke Philipp of Austria and Mayasuni A. Heath, February 2006
 
Archduke Philipp (son of Archduke Heinrich Karl and Ludmilla von Galen) married Mayasuni A. Heath on 11th February 2006.

Elsa M. 02-12-2006 11:32 AM

SeegerPress has a photo of the bride and groom, from 2005:

http://img5.imagevenue.com/loc426/th..._122_426lo.jpg

Marengo 02-12-2006 01:31 PM

well, she must be attracted by his beauty from within.

Is this really the bridal couple btw? I never saw a bride in red before and he seems old.

Elsa M. 02-12-2006 02:12 PM

The photo was taken in 2005... it's not a wedding photo... I was just curious about who they would be (I don't know them at all). This was the only photo I found about them ;)

ladybelline 02-12-2006 04:10 PM

I mean absolutely no offence to the newlywads, but I haven't noticed the legend above the picture , so I first thought it was the bride with her father...:o

Anyway, isn't there some pics of the ceremony?

Benjamin 02-12-2006 07:42 PM

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Originally Posted by Marengo
well, she must be attracted by his beauty from within.

For his sake, I sure hope so. Because otherwise she may just be attracted by his title.

Warren 02-12-2006 11:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Benjamin
For his sake, I sure hope so. Because otherwise she may just be attracted by his title.

Enough cheap shots. Yes, his face is scarred. Archduke Philipp was lucky to survive a fire as a child and has had many operations to reconstruct his face.

dakodas 02-12-2006 11:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Marengo
well, she must be attracted by his beauty from within.

Is this really the bridal couple btw? I never saw a bride in red before and he seems old.

In the past, red has been a common color for brides in China.

Benjamin 02-14-2006 09:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Warren
Enough cheap shots. Yes, his face is scarred. Archduke Philipp was lucky to survive a fire as a child and has had many operations to reconstruct his face.

I'm sorry, I certainly didn't mean any offence to him. Again, I apologize. :o

Is it known what the bride does for a living? And where she is from, for that matter?

Marengo 02-15-2006 07:36 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Warren
Enough cheap shots. Yes, his face is scarred. Archduke Philipp was lucky to survive a fire as a child and has had many operations to reconstruct his face.

My apologies, I wasn't aware of that.
Does anybody know the age difference of the couple?

KatieLouise 02-15-2006 07:51 AM

I notice that the caption on the photo refers to Mayasuni as an Archduchess, although they didn't actually get married until February. Hmm... it's not important, just an observation. :)

hailey 03-10-2006 10:54 PM

Hello.....

Mayasuni works for a media firm in London and I believe that Archduke Philipp also lives in London. I am not quite sure what he does for a profession. Archduke Konrad, Philipp's brother, and his new wife Ashmita also both work and live in London.

Archduke Philipp is 44 years old and I believe that Mayasuni is in her late twenties. Yes.........Philipp had terrible burns as a child and I can only imagine what his life has to have been like.

Archduke Philipp is a trustee of The Children's Fire and Burn Trust in London of which His Royal Highness Prince Michael (UK) is a patron.

Both Mayasuni and Ashmita have been declared Archduchesses by the head of the Habsburg family.

Hailey

Harald 10-16-2008 09:46 PM

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Originally Posted by hailey (Post 397909)
Both Mayasuni and Ashmita have been declared Archduchesses by the head of the Habsburg family.

And for that pragmatism he can only be highly commended. :flowers:

firelight 12-02-2008 01:16 PM

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Originally Posted by dakodas (Post 379990)
In the past, red has been a common color for brides in China.

Actually, red is still commonly worn by Chinese brides. Not that I think it applies here, as the bride does not appear to be of Chinese descent (doesn't have a Chinese name).

Anyone know how they met?


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