Noble Wedding at Andechs

On 31.05.2008 a novble Wedding took place at Kloster Andechs when Countess Antonia zu Toerring-Jettenbach married Count Felix von Spiegel zum Diesenberg-Hansxleden. The brides father, Count Hans Caspar is a Cousin of the Head of the Family of Toerring-Jettenbach, Count Hans Veit. Her mother is a born Countess of Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg, daughter of the late Count Konstantin and his wife Eleonore, nee Princess of Bavaria.
After the Wedding-Sevice a reception took place near the Church. A friend of me had found out that the Wedding should take palce at Andechs and she has given my permission to use some of her photos.Among the many Ryoal and Noble Guests
Duke Duarte and Duchess Isabel of Braganza
Duke Max in Bavaria with his daughters Helene, Elisabeth and Anna and sons-in-law Daniel Terberger and Klaus Runow
Duke Philipp and Duchess Marie Caroline of Württemberg
Margrave Max and Prince Michael of Baden
Prince Luitpold of Bavaria
Prince Rasso and Princess Therese of Bavaria with daughter Maria Theresia and son-in-law, Count Thomas Kornis
Fürst Georg and Fürstin Marie Gabriele Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg with son Erich and daughter-in-law Mathilde
Hereditary Count Alexander and Hereditary Countess Martina of Quadt
Count Franz Josef and Countess Priscilla of Waldburg-Zeil-Hohenems
Count Hans Veit and Countess Henriette zu Toerring-Jettenbach with sons Ignatz and Karl Theodor and high-pregnant daughter-in-law Robina
Princess Clarissa of Ratibor and Corvey
Archduchess Helen of Austria
Prince Maximilian of Ysenburg and Büdingen

All Pictures from the Wedding

Thanks to Gabi P.

The photos are copyrighted and not to be used without my permisson

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