Princely House of Hohenlohe

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These are two irreconciliable positions: a family might be accepting of (gender) equality or they might hold to traditional patriarchy, but by definition they cannot do both. So, which one do you "don't think is the case" for the Medinaceli family?
Both are not the case for the family because this junior Catholic line of the Hohenlohe family are not patrilineal descendants of the first title holder and there are so many titles that there were split and shared so Victoria inheriting the Medinaceli Ducal title doesn’t matter as two of her cousins have also inherited a ducal title. It was inevitable the titles wouldn’t consistently would not be held by one for a long as the history of the titleholders have shown.
Victoria Elisabeth von Hohenlohe-Langenburg, Duchess of Medinaceli, according to ¡HOLA!, she will marry Maxime Corneille in the autumn, in Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz). It will be on Saturday, October 14, in the church of San Miguel, and the religious ceremony will be officiated by the priest Ignacio Jiménez Sánchez-Dalp.
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Hubertus of Hohenlohe and wife Simona attended a concert of David Bisbal during the Starlite Occident 2023 in Marbella, Spain, on July 24:

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Uschi, Princess of Hohenlohe, and Peter, Prince of Hohenlohe attended the "Zauberflöte" Musical Premiere at Deutsches Theater in Munich yesterday, April 12:

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Fürst Kraft zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen died on 06.06.23024 at the age of 91 at Neuenstein Castle, just 6 months after the death of his wife Katharina. Just a few days before he had attended the opening Concert of the Hohenloher Kultursommer
Hubertus of Hohenlohe and wife Simona attended the Starlite Occident 2024 in Marbella on July 9:

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