German Duchess Sophie of Wurtemberg married French count

The German Duchess Sophie von Württemberg married a French earl.

The solemn ceremony of marriage was held last Saturday in the castle Tegernese in Germany. Officially, Sophie and Maximilien became husband and wife in September – the lovers signed at one of the registry offices of London. And not by chance – four years ago it was in this city that they met. And yesterday in Altshausen, Sophie and Maximilien staged a traditional wedding according to all the rules of aristocratic families.

Duchess Sophie of Württemberg with her father Prince Philip

Duchess Sophie of Württemberg with her father, Prince Philip

Duchess Sophie of Württemberg and Maximilien

At the Church of Saint-Quirin, the bride, surrounded by flower girls and boys, pages, appeared in a long white dress. The tender look of the bride was complemented by a lace veil and tiara. As it should be, Sophie’s father, Prince Philip of Württemberg walked her down the aisle. Maximilian, a French aristocrat, also did not depart from the traditions – he chose a classic three-piece suit with a tuxedo.

Duchess Sophie Württemberg

Count Maximilien of Andigne and Duchess Sophie of Württemberg

Count Maximilien of Andigne

After the ceremony, which was attended by all members of the German aristocracy, photographers were able to capture the couple’s first kiss on the church steps.

TEGERNSEE, GERMANY – OCTOBER 20: Duchess Sophie of Wurtemberg and Count Maximilien of Andigne leave Saint-Quirin church after their wedding at the Castle of Tegernsee on October 20, 2018 in Tegernsee, Germany. (Photo by David Nivière/Getty Images)


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