Twin Sons for the Prussians

  January 22, 2013 at 8:45 pm by

The Prince and Princess of Prussia, Georg Friedrich and Sophie, have welcomed twin sons.

Prince Carl Friedrich and Prince Louis Ferdinand were born on January 20th, in Bremen, Germany. In an announcement full of “joy and gratitude” posted on Prince Georg Friedrich’s official website, he said that both his wife and infant sons were doing well.

The elder of the twins, Prince Carl Friedrich, is the heir apparent to the headship of the House of Hohenzollern.

Prince Georg Friedrich and Princess Sophie were married in August 2011.

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4 Responses to Twin Sons for the Prussians

  1. Father Andrew L. J. James, Ph.D. says:

    I recall seeing a photograph of His Imperial Highness (Ihm Hoheit Kaiserliche) Georg, standing in front of a bust of “der Alte Fritz,” and seeing a remarkable resemblance. Though one can hardly forget WWI, and the then emperor’s responsibility for that, we can rejoice in the presence of two new princes who are as innocent of that past, as His Imperial Highness, Georg, the head of the Family von Hohenzollern.

  2. Lady Daphne says:

    I’m so happy for this wonderful couple. What a joy to have twin boys. My very best wishes for happiness and joy to continue in their lives.

  3. natalya says:

    Wonderful news !
    Health to the babies and the mother !
    Happiness to the young Royal Family !

  4. Cindy Widya Japardi says:

    Welcome to the world Princes Carl Friedrich and Louis Ferdinand! Hello!

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