On Saturday 8th July, Prince Ernst-August Jr. of Hanover wed his fashion designer Fiancée, Ekaterina Malysheva in a complex ceremony filled with young European royals.
A scene to behold! Lord knows that royals really do get the best wedding gowns. Although, it was learnt that the wedding was organized without the approval or consent of the groom’s father.
That’s accurate; Prince Ernst-August did not show up to his own son’s royal wedding. Mama Chantal Hochuli was there. Majority of Ernst-August Jr.’s stepmother’s family made it.
To be honest, I know nothing about German royal weddings or anything related, except the fact that; they exist and royal wedding drama is always the weirdest/most interesting drama.
The reason behind Papa Prince’s resentment is his desire to preserve property that’d been in the family for centuries.
Like I said earlier, I don’t know anything about royals but, is this not the kind of kind of thing that you can legally partition?
Bearing in mind that the bride and groom were first married in a civil ceremony, there are clearly some slight changes when it comes to Strict Tradition.
Nevertheless, the gown, designed by the bride’s friend Sandra Mansour, is lovely. The amazing Herrenhauser Gardens, where the wedding luncheon took place is also lovely. If having this to be your venue means dealing with wedding family drama, I guess, I’ll take the drama any day and anytime.