Seeing how continuously popular our last post presenting the cousins at the wedding is -- Nah, I don't blame you, I like looking at them, too! -- we thought we do such a post again with the cousins who attended the wedding of Prince Félix to give you some eye candy to ease into a new week...
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First up are who we like to call the Habsburg cousins, the children of Princess Marie-Astrid and her husband Archduke Carl-Christian of Austria. It seems like their recent wedding boom did some wonders in the degree of familiarity to photographers. From left to right we have Archduchess Marie-Christine and Archduchess Kathleen - accompanied by their respective husbands', Count Rodolphe de Limburg-Stirum and Archduke Imre - reminding us just how wonderful pregnancy glow can be. Also in attendance were Archduke Christoph, his wife Archduchess Adelaide, the last bride of the family, and Princess Marie-Astrid's youngest children, Archduke Alexander and Archduchess Gabriella.
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Meanwhile, we aren't as photographicly blessed with visuals of the children of Prince Jean but we found all of them nonetheless. Prince Constantin, Prince Wenceslas and Prince Carl (as well as his awesome crazy hair that was sadly slicked back a little) of Nassau kindly posed for a picture with their maman, Hélène Vestur. In difference, big sister Princess Marie-Gabrielle made the unfortunate (for us) choice of leaving the church directly behind Pierre Casiraghi and his better half Beatrice Borromeo who soaked up all the photographers' attention so that we are left with only some blurry pictures of her.
Sadly, Marie-Gabrielle's choice was echoed by her hunky cousin Prince Josef of Liechtenstein (who actually walked next to her) so there aren't any good pictures of him rocking some glasses either. (As a side note... Hi there half cut-off Princess Tatiana Galitzine in the blue dress and sunglasses!) Even though they did not walk behind the nephew of the Prince of Monaco, the pictures of Josef's older sisters, Princesses Marie-Astrid in a yellow Maje dress and Maria-Anunciata in some interesting golden number, aren't much better. (Actually, there is a better one of the go bold or go home-sisters right here.)
In fact, I have decided (My blog, my rules.) that the three Liechtenstein royals are functioning as some kind of double entries as their are both considered to be members of the Luxembourg family through their mother Princess Margaretha and the Liechtenstein family through their father Prince Nikolaus. So that together with Prince Paul-Louis, who was sadly the only of Prince Guillaume and Princess Sibilla's children to attend, we still got to see 21 grandchildren of Grand Duke Jean. (Three missing, three double entries = same number.)
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Well, we did if my assumption was right that you already saw these guys and they are very well familiar to you?! If not -- Welcome to the blog! -- those are Prince Sébastien, Princess Tessy, Prince Louis, Princess Alexandra, Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie and Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume.