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Ekaterina & Ernst August show their first family portrait with baby Eleanora

Ekaterina and Hereditary Prince Ernst August von Hannover show baby Eleanora in a family photo for the first time. The little Welfin saw the light of day at the end of July.

Hanover – Ernst August von Hanover (38) is the son of Ernst August Prince von Hanover (67) and the Swiss Chantal Hochuli (62). Together with the Russian fashion designer Ekaterina Malysheva (35), the Guelph Prince celebrated the birth of his third child Eleanora on July 26th.
The couple, who have been married since 2017, officially show the cute offspring of the family * for the first time in a family picture.

While Princess Caroline of Monaco * (64) was certainly very happy about the birth of the little noblewoman, that is not so certain with her husband Ernst August von Hannover * (67), the great-grandson of the last German emperor. The relationship between him and his son has been considered badly shattered for years. The two took legal action against each other in November, with the aim of withdrawing the donation of Marienburg Castle in Pattensen, the former summer residence of the Welfs.

So if the last news from the House of Hanover were rather unpleasant in nature, the message and the sweet picture of the whole family around Ernst August Hereditary Prince of Hanover comes at just the right time.

The attractive couple poses in a good mood with their first two children, daughter Elisabeth (3) and son August (2) together with baby Eleanora (on mum’s lap) on the black and white photo. The full name of the little mouse is tough: Eleanora Dina Daniela Alexandra Princess of Hanover, will probably soon be taking her first little steps.

Eleanora makes the family happiness perfect, which began with a fairytale wedding in 2017 in Hanover’s Marktkirche with a yes. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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