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Princess Marie-Astrid von Liechtenstein celebrates her dream wedding in Tuscany – with royal guests

A royal dream wedding recently took place in Tuscany. Princess Marie-Astrid von Liechtenstein said yes to her Ralph.

Florence – vineyards, olive groves and Renaissance buildings: Tuscany is a picturesque picture to marry. Princess Marie-Astrid von Liechtenstein probably thought that too. The 34-year-old celebrated her dream wedding with her new husband Ralph Worthington (36) last weekend.

Marie-Astrid followed the example of her big sister Maria-Anunciata. She and Emanuele Musini had tied the knot in Vienna at the beginning of September. Well, a few weeks later, the next royal spectacle was already taking place.

Princess Marie-Astrid von Liechtenstein celebrates her dream wedding in Tuscany

Princess Marie-Astrid von Liechtenstein wore a robe with a meter-long train at her wedding, as photo recordings show. In her hair she wore a very valuable Kinsky honeysuckle diadem. It is set with diamonds and has been in the possession of the royal family of Liechtenstein for some time. This is reported by

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The wedding guests at the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta were also royals: For example, Grand Duchess Stéphanie and Grand Duke Guillaume of Luxembourg and Prince Christian of Hanover with his wife Alessandra were in the audience. The fact that the Princely House of Luxembourg was on the guest list is not a service of friendship: Marie-Astrid comes not only from the Princely House of Liechtenstein, but also from Luxembourg. Her father, Prince Nikolaus, is the brother of Prince Hans-Adam and her mother is the sister of Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg.

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Both Princess Maria-Anunciata (r.) And Princess Marie-Astrid of Liechtenstein (l.) Recently married. (Archive photo).

While the royals of Liechtenstein and Luxembourg celebrated a dream wedding in Tuscany, another royal personality is still in South Africa: Princess Charlène of Monaco. The 43-year-old recently posted confusing news. (tu) * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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