Duke Franz and the Royal House of Bavaria 2: 2022 -


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Elisabeth, Princess in Bayern, and Sophie-Alexandra, Princess of Bavaria, attended the Aspen Snow Ball Benefactor Dinner (for the Children's Oncology Support Fund) in Aspen, Colorado, yesterday, February 2:


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Sophie-Alexandra seems to be taking her new role seriously. Wonder why they ended up in Colorado though; would have expected charity events closer to home.
 
Sophie-Alexandra seems to be taking her new role seriously. Wonder why they ended up in Colorado though; would have expected charity events closer to home.

I too was wondering the same. It seems very random.
 
By now I've found out that Sophie-Alexandra attended as "Global Ambassador" of the Children's Oncology Support Fund, the Aspen Snow Ball events are supporting, see also here and here from 2023.

She and Elisabeth, Princess in Bayern, attended the Aspen Snow Ball on February 3:


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It is the connection that is quite random. If it was say HRH Princess Caroline of Hanover no one would bat an eye. After all the Princess has a long-standing history of supporting children's charities, is famous, and is also half American.

However, Princess Sophie-Alexandra is a Princess for less than a year from a non-reigning German mediatized house, she had no American ancestry, and has no longstanding history of supporting Pediatric charities. Random!
 
Sophie-Alexandra, Princess of Bavaria, attended the FRAUEN100 x CFFP Dinner at The Charles Hotel in Munich yesterday, February 16:


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It seems Sophie Alexandra likes the 'representative role' more than her husband. I guess he is happy he found someone who can take on that part a bit more so he doesn't need to.
 
Ludwig, Prince of Bavaria (with Princess Mabel) attended the "Viktor&Rolf. Fashion Statements" Red Carpet and Preview at Kunsthalle der Hypo-Kulturstiftung in Munich, Germany, on February 21:


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How wonderful! 😊😊😊
 
Based on Sophie's mention that she cannot participate in the Lion March (taking place in September each year) because it is close to her due date, the birth will most likely take place in late summer (or early fall).
 
Great news indeed! The couple must be thrilled, as must the rest of the family.
 
Congratulations to the couple!
 
Such a cute news! Congratulations to them!!! :flowers:
 
Congratulations to the couple! What a great news!
 
Ursula, Princess of Bavaria and Leopold, Prince of Bavaria attended the "La Gioconda" opera premiere at the Salzburg Opera Easter Festival yesterday, March 23:


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