Separations and Divorces Announcements 2023

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And now Prince Philipp of Wurtemberg and Marie caroline, Princess of Bavaria, Duchess in Bavaria announce official separation:

They married civilly in Altshausen on 28 June and religiously in Tegernsee on 27 July 1991 and have four children: Sophie (b.15 January 1994), Pauline (b.15 April 1997), Carl Theodor (b.15 June 1999) & Anna (b.2 February 2007).

They also have one granddaughter, Olympia (b.2021) - daughter of Sophie & her husband Maximilien d'Andigne (b.1989).
PRINCESS MARGARITA OF BOURBON PARMA, daughter of Princess Irene of the Netherlands, and her second husband TJALLING TEN CATE announced their separation today.
They have two daughters.
From the official announcement of her engagement with another man, we know now that Maddison Brudenell (b.16 May 1994) [daughter of Edwina Hicks (b.1961) {herself daughter of Lady Pamela Mountbatten (b.1929) & her late husband David Hicks (1929-1998)} & her husband Jeremy Brudenell (b.1960)] & her husband Olaoluwa Olamide Modupe-Ojo (b.1991) got divorced.

They married in 2015 and have two daughters: Daphne Ogoluwa (26-11-2016) & Phoebe Abidemi (15-12-2018) and a son Moses (18-12-2020).

So sad. They were the cutest and most quirky couple.
Baron Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg (52) and his wife Stephanie (née von Bismarck) (46) have divorced.

They were married for 23 years and have two daughters.

For the non-German members of the Royal Forums: He was minister for defence and an absolute shooting star in German politics until his fall and the subsequent end of his political carreer in 2011, when became known, that his "Doktorarbeit" in law, his PhD thesis, was heavily plagiarized.

He lost his academical grade and did not become Chancellor of Germany, what everybody was expecting until then.
I didnt see both coming, neither Guttenberg, nor Jackman.
Oscar Magnusson (b.1977) [second of three sons of Princess Christina of Sweden (b.1943) & her husband Tord Magnuson (b.1941)] & his wife Emma Ledent (b.1981) have just divorced:
https://www-expressen-se.translate....l=auto&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=pl&_x_tr_pto=wapp (Thanks, LadyFinn!)
Descendants of German Emperor Wilhelm I
Biography of Princess Christina in Swedish Wikipedia

They married on 18 August 2011 and have two sons Albert (10-2-2013) and Henry (16-10-2015).
It is always disappointing to hear such news, hopefully they will be able to coparent amicably for the children's sake
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