A Descendant Of Queen Victoria, Prince Frederick Alexander Von Preussen Married
One of the descendants of Queen Victoria, Prince Frederick Alexander of Prussia (Alexander von Preussen), said goodbye to his single life. On 27 September, he married Antalya Nall-Kane, daughter of Lord and lady Brocket. The lovers were married in a small chapel, which is located in the village of Lemsford in the County of Hertfordshire.
The wedding ceremony then moved To Brocket Hall, where the bride's family estate was previously located. Now the mansion is used for events. For example, it was used for filming the scene of the Netherfield ball in the 1995 television adaptation of the novel Pride and prejudice. Another evidence of Antalya belonging to the Brocket family adorned her hair — the Brocket Tiara, which was also worn by her grandmother and aunt on the wedding day.
Prince Frederick Alexander of Prussia is the son of Andreas of Prussia and Alexandra Blachova. To Queen Victoria, he is a great-great-great-grandson. Recently, another happy event occurred in his family: Prince Frederick's sister, Princess Tatiana, gave birth to two twin daughters.