Aristocratic marriages are extremely rare. This happened in Saxony for the first time in 137 years! This was an even more unusual event, as a descendant of the Polish king was sworn in at the time. How were the bride and groom?
A wedding is always a big event in the lives of young couples and their families. This time, the whole country celebrated with them. Once in many years such a special celebration takes place. In this case, once in 137. Who exactly promised love, faithfulness and marital fidelity?
Marriage of nobles
Maria Theresita of the Ved dynasty She is married French Count Beryl-Alexandre de Saporta. Representatives of many aristocratic families of Europe came to Dresden especially for the occasion. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity. There has been no such case in Saxony for 137 years.
Maria Theresa’s parents were Prince Alexander of Saxony and Gisela of Bavaria. There is a church in Dresden, founded by his ancestor, Augustus III the Saxon, King of Poland. The girl chose a number. Ancestors Beryl-Alexandre de Saporta was once mayor, officer of the French Legion of Honor and knight. His parents live in Belgium and deal in cyber security.
Oh, what a wedding!
Maria Teresita drove to the cathedral in a Rolls Royce and was escorted to the altar by her moved and proud father. Then the young couple and their guests went to the wedding. 450 people were invited, including 92-year-old Teresa, archbishop of Austria and representatives of ancient families from Tuscany.
As for food, it is said that mainly fish was served. The bride and groom, though not poor, have carefully prepared a list of gifts. Admittedly they approached the topic very empathetically, thinking about the wallets of the guests. Not only did the newlyweds get a trip to Iceland for 8,000 euros, but they also requested barbecue cutlery for 30 euros.
Maybe it wasn’t a wedding like a British royal wedding, but it must be admitted that the bride and groom were beautiful and elegant. After all, they looked happy in love.
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