Princess Hella of Bavaria, née Countess of Khevenhüller-Mertsch died on the first day of Christmas at the age of 96 in Bad Hindelang in the Oberallgäu.
The daughter of Franz-Eduard Prince of Khevenhüller-Metsch and Anna Princess von Fürstenberg had married in 1953 Prince Konstantin of Bavaria , as the administration of the Duke of Bavaria announced on Wednesday. After his accidental death, she married in 1970 Prince Eugen of Bavaria, who was a farmer and forest scientist. The two settled in the Allgäu.
The photo-photographer photographed and designed clay figures. Since 1957 she worked according to the specifications as a model urine for the Porzellanmanufaktur Nymphenburg and organized exhibitions, including in New York. In Bad Hindelang, she has also introduced generations of children to the art of reverse glass painting.
The Requiem is scheduled for January 12 in Andechs Abbey . The funeral will take place at the request of the princess in the immediate family, the administration said.