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valsain 01-15-2006 10:51 AM

Princely and Ducal House of Arenberg
 
could anyone please tell me where i could find any photos of the lovely fiammetta frescobaldi? i can't seem to locate any photos of her on the internet, to my utter disbelief. she is one extremely gorgeous-looking woman and i wish to start an album of photos devoted to her. i believe she is married to karl-ludwig von arenberg.

thanks for your kind help,

carlos

Warren 01-15-2006 11:17 AM

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Originally Posted by valsain
could anyone please tell me where i could find any photos of the lovely fiammetta frescobaldi? i can't seem to locate any photos of her on the internet, to my utter disbelief. she is one extremely gorgeous-looking woman and i wish to start an album of photos devoted to her. i believe she is married to karl-ludwig von arenberg.

Fiammetta, a good friend (with her family) of the Prince of Wales, married HSH Prince and Duke Charles Louis of Arenberg in 1988. They have two children: Princess & Duchess Anne-Hélène (1989) and Prince & Duke Evrard (1996). They seem to keep a low profile.

Sancia 01-15-2006 12:25 PM

Here's a pic of Fiametta Frescobaldi, duchess and princess von Arenberg. It's said she had a previous relationship with the prince Philippe of Belgium, when he was not crown prince.

http://img275.imageshack.us/my.php?i...cobaldi8od.jpg

michelleq 06-03-2006 09:58 PM

The Princely and Ducal House of Arenberg
 
Can anyone give any information on this Princely House? I know very little of Prince Pierre D'Arenberg only. Thank you. Any pics would be greatly appreciated also.

Toledo 06-03-2006 10:04 PM

Princess Sylvie d'Arenberg Wife of Prince Pierre d’Arenberg, son of the late Standard Oil heiress Peggy Bedford Bancroft d’Arenberg d’Uzes. The couple reside in France.

Auguste-Louis-Albéric, prince d'Arenberg

The D'Arenbergs branch as Australian wine makers

Arenberg (also spelled as Aremberg or Ahremberg) as the historical German duchy

the Arenbergs as Jacobite pretenders to the British Throne
Jacobites are the supporters of the restoriation of the House of Stuart

michelleq 06-03-2006 10:18 PM

So they were actually German/Belgian. Is this a large family?

Toledo 06-03-2006 10:26 PM

Sorry, but I don't know. I just found the links for you by doing Google checks playing with the words Arenberg. Maybe Warren, Alexandria or Elspeth (or anyone) has more information to elaborate on this family.
Now you put them on my mind I'm curious about them and their history too.

michelleq 06-03-2006 10:32 PM

Thanks for the info. I will be looking them up also.

Warren 06-04-2006 04:05 AM

Arenberg
 
This Catholic family from Hainault can trace their descent to 1047.
They were made Counts of the Holy [Roman] Empire in 1549 by the Emperor Charles V, and raised to the rank of Princes of the Empire in 1576 (a rapid rise in status).
The family lands were created into the Duchy of Arenberg in 1644, where they reigned as Sovereign Princes until 1810. After the annexation of their lands by Prussia and Hanover the Arenbergs were recognised as a Mediatised House.

Members of the family bear the title of Prince or Princess of Arenberg and Duke or Duchess of Arenberg with the qualification of Serene Highness.

The current Head of the Princely and Ducal House is Jean-Engelbert, 12th Duke of Arenberg, 18th Duke of Aerschot and Chimay, 7th Duke of Meppen, 7th Prince of Recklinghausen, Count von der Marck, b 1921.
married 1955 HRH Princess Sophie (b 1935), daughter of Rupprecht, Crown Prince of Bavaria and Princess Antonia of Luxembourg.
among their children:

• Prince and Duke Leopold-Engelbert (b1956), married 1995 HIllH Countess Isabel zu Stolberg-Stolberg (b 1963); their children:
> Princess and Duchess Natasha (b 1996)
> Prince and Duke Philipp-Leopold (b 1999)

• Prince and Duke Charles Louis (b 1957), married 1988 Fiametta Frescobaldi (a friend of the Prince of Wales).

Almanach de Gotha & other

Sancia 06-04-2006 04:48 AM

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Originally Posted by Warren
This Catholic family from Hainault can trace their descent to 1047.
They were made Counts of the Holy [Roman] Empire in 1549 by the Emperor Charles V, and raised to the rank of Princes of the Empire in 1576 (a rapid rise in status).
The family lands were created into the Duchy of Arenberg in 1644, where they reigned as Sovereign Princes until 1810. After the annexation of their lands by Prussia and Hanover the Arenbergs were recognised as a Mediatised House.

Members of the family bear the title of Prince or Princess of Arenberg and Duke or Duchess of Arenberg with the qualification of Serene Highness.

The current Head of the Princely and Ducal House is Jean-Engelbert, 12th Duke of Arenberg, 18th Duke of Aerschot and Chimay, 7th Duke of Meppen, 7th Prince of Recklinghausen, Count von der Marck, b 1921.
married 1955 HRH Princess Sophie (b 1935), daughter of Rupprecht, Crown Prince of Bavaria and Princess Antonia of Luxembourg.
among their children:

• Prince and Duke Leopold-Engelbert (b1956), married 1995 HIllH Countess Isabel zu Stolberg-Stolberg (b 1963); their children:
> Princess and Duchess Natasha (b 1996)
> Prince and Duke Philipp-Leopold (b 1999)

• Prince and Duke Charles Louis (b 1957), married 1988 Fiametta Frescobaldi (a friend of the Prince of Wales).

Almanach de Gotha & other

I would add that prince and duke Leopold-Engelbert and his wife Isabel have a third child: prince and duke Alexandre, born 2001 in Lausanne.

Prince and duke Charles-Louise and princess and duchess Fiametta have two kids:
princess and duchess Anne-Hélène, b 1989
prince and duke Evrard, b 1996

Duke Jean-Engelbert and Duchess Sophie have five children.

Princess Robijn 06-04-2006 05:53 AM

18.1511J Princess Sophie of Bavaria1935 x Prince Jean-Engelbert von Arenberg (12 Duke of Arenberg)
1921 Jean-Engelbert succeeded his distant cousin Eric Engelbert (11th Duke of Arenberg) - second cousins once removed

18.1511J1 Prince Léopold Engelbert of Arenberg 1956 x CountessIsabel-Juliana zu Stolberg-Stolberg 1963

18.1511J2 Prince Charles Louis of Arenberg 1957 x Fiammetta de' Frescobaldi Franceschi Marini 1959

18.1511J3 Princess Marie-Gabriele of Arenberg 1958 x Gilles Morel de Boncourt 1955

18.1511J4 Prince Henri Antoine of Arenberg 1961 x ViscountessDainé Marie Thérèse de Spoelberch 1972

18.1511J5 Prince Etienne Albert of Arenberg 1967 x Andrienne Keller 1970


source: http://www.btinternet.com/~allan_ray...yal_Family.htm

michelleq 06-04-2006 12:17 PM

I have read that Prince Pierre is very wealthy. His mothe was an Oil Heiress. How is he related to the head of he house. All photos would be appreciated.

Warren 06-04-2006 12:48 PM

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Originally Posted by michelleq
I have read that Prince Pierre is very wealthy. His mothe was an Oil Heiress. How is he related to the head of he house. All photos would be appreciated.

Prince and Duke Pierre is a very distant cousin of the current Head of the House. He is a descendent of the 6th Duke and Prince (1750-1820) and was born in 1961. He married in 1997 Silvia, daughter of the Marquess de Castellane-Novejean.

Pierre's mother was Margaret (Peggy) Bedford, and he has residences in London and the Chateau de Menetou Salon in France. Pierre has some association with the Prince of Wales and has been a guest at Highgrove.

Toledo 06-04-2006 12:53 PM

The Arenberg Archives and Cultural Centre (AACC)
The Illustrious House of Arenberg
A number of great families have marked our past and made important contributions to our cultural heritage. Among these, the House of Arenberg, from its origins in the Eifel, came to influence political decision-making in the Middle Ages and up to the 19th century. This European dynastic family moved its power centre to the southern Netherlands during the 16th century. Their fidelity to the Habsbourgs was rewarded during that period by elevation to the rank of prince in 1576 and to that of duke in 1644. The House of Arenberg has produced generations of political, military and ecclesiastical dignitaries and numerous patrons of the arts. Palaces, gardens, and objets d’art remain today the tangible witnesses to this glorious past.


This section has several interesting links on the left side of the screen.
Armorial of the Belgian nobility

Unfortunately, the above site lacks pictures, pdf family trees and photos of the palaces.

The Arenbergs also sponsor a History competition through their Foundation
Here is a description on The Arenberg Foundation prize

...Starting with the restoration and scientific work on very rich family archives dating back to before the year 900, the Arenberg Foundation has published or contributed to the publication of many history books. The Foundation develops the promotion of European archives, history and culture; it also strives to develop an independent, apolitical "path in Europe" to make Europeans aware of their treasures and culture. The Foundation has for example launched two history prizes in 1992 and is about to begin work on a "Prize for Europe" in 2007, all prizes being granted by independent juries every two years. The Foundation contributes to culture through classical music concerts, artistic exhibitions in European capitals and supports social and historical events at the request and together with European cities and towns keeping a historical lien with the d'Arenberg and Europe in general. The Foundation has also financed the creation of an archives' museum in Enghien and is currently in discussions with the Museum of Europe to develop a common project

morhange 06-04-2006 07:25 PM

The illegitimate daughter of Albert, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein (the grandson of Queen Victoria) married an Arenberg prince, but I can't remember what his name was...I don't think they had any children though.

Stefan 06-15-2006 08:36 AM

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Originally Posted by morhange
The illegitimate daughter of Albert, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein (the grandson of Queen Victoria) married an Arenberg prince, but I can't remember what his name was...I don't think they had any children though.

That was Engelbert-Charles, 10. Duke of arenberg, but they had no children so he was succeeded by his brother Erik who was married to Marie-Thérèse de La Poeze de Harambure, he adopted her 2 children from her first marriage and her daughter married Archduke Leopold Franz of Austria, Prince of Tuscany former Head of the Grand Ducal family of Tuscan. After his death the Ducal Title passed to his distand cousin jean-Engelbert.

see the Genealogy here: http://pages.prodigy.net/ptheroff/gotha/arenberg.html

Elsa M. 07-17-2006 04:15 PM

Here's a couple of photos from the Duke of Bragança's wedding thread:

Prince Leopold d'Arenberg (his wedding to Princess Isabel-Juliana zu Stolberg-Stolberg took place in the island of Madeira, Portugal, in 1995);

Prince Pierre d'Arenberg (with Elizabeth Martorell and Henrique Polignac de Barros).

(Photos scanned from the magazine Olá Semanário and posted at the Duke of Bragança's wedding thread)

HMTLove23 12-13-2007 06:01 PM

03.12. - Olympia, daughter of Duke and Prince Henri and Duchess and Princess Dainée d'Arenberg, was born at Brussels, Belgium

from netty royalty page

Elsa M. 01-15-2008 11:11 AM

Correio do Minho

Last Saturday, the ambassador of the Order of Malta in Portugal, Prince Leopold d'Arenberg, gave two thousand euros to the Santa Casa da Misericórdia of Braga. This was the first time that Leopold d'Arenberg visited this Portuguese city, to support the charity work that is being developed there. The ambassador explained that the amount of money delivered is the result of an event organized in Lisboa, by the knights of the Order of Malta, in November 2006.

Before traveling to Braga, the ambassador and his retenue had been in Porto, visiting another charity organization, directed by nuns.

Prince Leopold D'Arenberg is the ambassador of the Order of Malta in Portugal and the president of the Arenberg Foundation, which has its headquarters in Brussels. This great-grandson of the last king of Bavaria is also a grandson of D.ª Antónia de Bragança (king D. Miguel's daughter), which explains his keen interest in the Portuguese History.

This tall, slim and amiable prince speaks nine languages and is a specialist of the Renaissance and 18th century art, reason why he expressed his enthusiasm for the recovery work that is being done in the Lar Nevart Gulbenkian, in Braga.

amedea 05-31-2009 06:49 AM

Princess Anne-Hélène debuted at hotel de Crillon in Paris on 29th november 2008; here's some pics
http://img.lebal.fr/veille-du-bal/sl...0Concorde.html
http://img.lebal.fr/veille-du-bal/sl...20Crillon.html
http://img.lebal.fr/veille-du-bal/slides/2008%20Olympia%20and%20Anne%20Héléne.html
http://img.lebal.fr/veille-du-bal/slides/2008%20THE%20GROUP%20PICTURE§.html
http://img.lebal.fr/veille-du-bal/sl...he%20debs.html
Online.net Hébergement Mutualis&eacute Professionnel
Online.net Hébergement Mutualis&eacute Professionnel
Online.net Hébergement Mutualis&eacute Professionnel - - family picture
le bal - the Ball/2008 Marguerite, Anne Helene, Olympia
le bal - the Ball/2008 Gowns with crinolines Dior and Elie Saab HC
le bal - the Ball/2008 Dior deb Anne Helene, Felipe
Online.net Hébergement Mutualis&eacute Professionnel
her escort was Felipe Olaechea


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