The cour has released a few details about the upcoming nuptials of Prince Félix and Claire Lademacher and as it turns out some of the rumours we reported about earlier on are indeed true.
Prince Fèlix and Fräulein Lademacher will civilly tie the knot on 17 September at the Villa Rothschild in Königstein im Taunus. The wedding will be officiated by the mayor of the town, Leonhard Helm. The couple and their immediate families will arrive around 12:30pm and while the wedding will be a private event, press photographers will get a chance to snap pictures of the couple and their families in either the park surrounding the Villa Rothschild or in the villa itself depending on the weather. At around 2:30pm, the Prince Félix and, by the time, Princess Claire as well as their families will depart.
The religious wedding at the Basilique Sainte-Marie-Madeleine in Saint-Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume four days later will start at 11am. The service will be followed by a private reception to take place at 1pm. Both members of reigning and non-reigning houses as well as politicians are expected to attend the religious celebrations as well as the reception.
There won't be any public viewing of either the civil or the religious wedding. It remains to be seen whether the religious nuptials will be broadcasted live. As of now, RTL doesn't have anything in their schedule for the day.