A german-belgian noble Wedding in France

On Saturday 23.06.2015 a german-belgian noble wedding took p,lace in St. Emilionm in the south of France. The bride was Countess Caroline of Neipperg, onm of the daughters of Count Stephan of Neipperg and his wife Sigweis, née Baqroness of Stotzingen. Count Stepohan is one of the sons of Count Joseph Hubert of Neipperg the Head of the comital House. He manages the Families wine estate4s in that Area. The groom Count Philippe of Limburg-Stirum is a younbger son of Count Chrfistian of Limbrug-Stirum and his wife Colienne, née Countes d’Oultremont. His older brother, Count Rodolphe is married to Archduchess Marie-Christine of Austria a niece of Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg.
The bride wore a sinmple White Dress White a historic golden Train and a small Diamond star tiara. She arrived at the church together with her father. After the ceremony the bridal couple left together in an old style open bus with a Just married sign on it.
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