Originally Posted by Tatiana Maria
I'm curious as well. The article implies Doña María will be the first member of the house of Hohenlohe to marry somebody of the same sex, but what about members of other Spanish or German aristocratic families? [...]
While there are many out gay nobles and aristocrats the only marriages I know of are:
Spain - The Duchess of Medina Sidonia married her longtime partner, Liliana Maria Dahlmann, only hours before her death in 2008.
Italy - Prince Giulio Durini di Monza married Brazilian Henrique Mollica in 2014.
UK - Lord Ivar Mountbatten married James Coyle in 2018.
Sweden - Countess Sophie Mörner of Morlanda married Cajsa von Zeipel in 2018.
Germany - While not married Duke Franz of Bavaria has been in a long time relationship with Thomas Greinwald who seems to be accepted by the aristocracy and accompanies Franz both to official and more private events.
Not a marriage but when we are on the subject of LGBTQI marriages and acceptance:
The British Pemberton family who owns Trumpington Hall had the inheritance rules of a family trust controlling the estate changed in 2016 to specifically allow widowed same-sex husbands and wives to have the same rights as other widowed partners.