NewsPrincess Marie dies: Liechtenstein mourns its mother

Princess Marie dies: Liechtenstein mourns its mother

The royal family has to cope with a heavy loss. Princess Marie von und zu Liechtenstein died at the age of 81.

Vaduz – After it became known that the wife of Prince Hans-Adam II (76) had suffered a stroke a few days ago, the Liechtensteiners were very worried. Now the Princely House had to announce the sad news of the Princess's death on its website.

After her stroke, Princess Marie was admitted to a hospital, but unfortunately there she was unable to recover from the stroke. On the afternoon of August 21, she fell asleep peacefully in a Swiss hospital near her home in Vaduz.
The official statement of the Princely Family on the death of Princess Marie can be found on 24royal.de *.

Princess Marie leaves a large void. On July 30, 1967, Liechtenstein's heir to the throne, Hans-Adam, and Countess Kinsky von Wchinitz and Tettau, who was born in Prague, swore eternal loyalty to each other. They were granted 54 years of marital happiness. The couple have four children and 15 grandchildren.

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