Princess Angela (born Angela Gisela Brown) was a standout graduate of Parsons School of Design in New York and worked as a fashion director for Adrienne Vittadini, before marrying Prince Maximilian of Liechtenstein in January 2000. This Afro-Panamanian beauty also started her own line, A. Brown, which she headed for three years. The couple wed at the Church of St. Vincent Ferrer in New York, after reportedly meeting a few years earlier at a reception in the city. The princess wore a white dress which she designed and the same Kinsky royal-jeweled tiara that Princess Tatjana of Liechtenstein wore when she married Philipp von Lattorff in June 1999.
Habsburg, a native of Sudan, is the wife of Ferdinand Leopold Joseph Count von Habsburg of Austria. The couple wed in August 1999, hosting their ceremony in Nairobi, Kenya, and have three children, all born in Nairobi. Their marriage was seen as controversial among the public and in royal circles, because of her class as a commoner and her ethnic background; but the head of the Habsburg royal family, Dr. Otto von Habsburg, reportedly declared all Habsburg marriages “equal.”
In your post, http://royalfamilies.tumblr.com/post/5653938114/real-life-black-women-royals#notes, I noticed that I remembered that woman from somewhere and then I remembered I was watching an episode of Untold Stories in the ER and this one ER doctor had the pleasure of taking care of her. Everyone thought she was violently sick but it turned out that while in the US she went to a party and drank a little too much so she wasn't violently sick she was just hungover. She was so scared of getting and trouble with her Dad so she didn't tell him about the drinking, but finally the doctor talked her into telling the dad. It was hilarious because they all spent hours of doing tests on her just figure out she had a hangover!!!
The first child of King Mswati III of Swaziland, this princess is more than a pretty face, speaking out to raise awareness on issues such as AIDS and poverty that affect her country. With interests in the arts, this 23-year-old studied drama at the University of Biola in California and was featured in publications as one of the top hottest young royals.
Born in the United Kingdom and raised in Uganda, this regal woman married King Kabaka Mutebi II in 1999, after a career working in various U.S. sectors including public relations, international nonprofits and healthcare and human services. A graduate of New York University and New York Institute of Technology, the queen also advocates for public service, having worked as a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations Population Fund, and has worked as a consultant to bring resources to Uganda’s entrepreneurs and business community.
I got a smashing idea inspired by the royal wedding a few weeks ago: Wedding Wednesdays! I love browsing wedding blogs, and due to the incredible amount of creative wedding flair out there, I will share with you some wedding sweets that are sometimes my favorites, sometimes themed and sometimes just plain interesting. Forgive me if it doesn’t happen every week, but I will aim for as many Wedding Wednesdays as possible!
For the Wedding Wednesday kick off: the royal wedding of the (now) Duke and Duchess of Cambridge! William and Kate’s eight-tiered wedding cake was made out of 17 individual traditional fruitcakes by baker Fiona Cairns and featured over 900 iced flowers and leaves, each picked by Kate. I love that among the blooms is the Sweet William.
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Leaving no question that she’s a true English Rose, Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew’s elder daughter attracts a flight of butterflies while heading to another royal wedding – this time that of her cousin Peter Philips in 2008.