Princess Stephanie of Saxe-Coburg married engineer Jan Stahl

Princess Stephanie of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha married engineer Jan Stahl in a civil ceremony in Gotha, Germany, on Thursday. The wedding took place at the Friedenstein castle. Princess Stephanie Sibylla of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (Prinzessin von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha) was born at Hamburg, Germany, on 31 January 1972. Princess Stephanie has two brothers, Prince Hubertus and Prince Alexander. Prince Hubertus married in 2009 Kelly Rondestvedt. Princess Stephanie wore a white silk suit from German fashion designer Gordon Sieverding, who is based in Michelau.
Princess Stephanie of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha wore a white silk wedding dress from German fashion designer Gordon Sieverding, who is based in Michelau
Princess Stephanie of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha wore a white silk wedding dress from German fashion designer Gordon Sieverding, who is based in Michelau
Princess Stephanie of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha wore a white silk wedding dress from German fashion designer Gordon Sieverding, who is based in Michelau
Princess Stephanie of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha wore a white silk wedding dress from German fashion designer Gordon Sieverding, who is based in Michelau
Princess Stephanie of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha wore a white silk wedding dress from German fashion designer Gordon Sieverding, who is based in Michelau
Princess Stephanie of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha wore a white silk wedding dress from German fashion designer Gordon Sieverding, who is based in Michelau
Princess Stephanie of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha wore a white silk wedding dress from German fashion designer Gordon Sieverding, who is based in Michelau
Princess Stephanie of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha wore a white silk wedding dress from German fashion designer Gordon Sieverding, who is based in Michelau
Princess Stephanie of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha wore a white silk wedding dress from German fashion designer Gordon Sieverding, who is based in Michelau
Princess Stephanie of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha wore a white silk wedding dress from German fashion designer Gordon Sieverding, who is based in Michelau
Princess Stephanie of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha wore a white silk wedding dress from German fashion designer Gordon Sieverding, who is based in Michelau
Princess Stephanie of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha wore a white silk wedding dress from German fashion designer Gordon Sieverding, who is based in Michelau

25 comments:

  1. Thank you so very much to post about this marriage.These two are a lovely couple. Mr Stahl's smile is like he sits on cloud nine. I wish them both Happiness for their future together. Stephanies white suit is very nice.

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  2. I wish a happy marriage to Princess Stephanie of Saxe-Coburg and Jan Stahl

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    1. I think even in Germany very few people know who she is, as Germany is no Monarchy. There are no Royals there. Titles like Princess nowadays are simply a part of the name.

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  4. Ik ken ze niet, zal eens opzoeken. Zou dat hun eerste huwelijk zijn , zo in een mantelpakje?

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  5. Beautiful bride,elegant and classic suit, it's nice to know about other royals. Congratulations!!

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  6. Another defunct monarchy still desperately trying to cling on to their titles. Still not as bas as the Greek "royals" though.

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    1. Well, there is no monarchy in Germany, but princess Stephanies father is grandson to the last duke (Charles Edward of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha) and is today the head of House Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Stephanie is the eldest child.

      Stephanie is working as a muscle release therapist for dogs and horses. Husband is engineer. She has not been any keen to be in public.

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  7. May be she is a Royal and they both a very nice couple...but this is a fashion blog and I can't see any fashion or just a bit of good taste in this wedding dress. Sorry, just muy opinion.

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    1. imho this is a fashion AND royal-blog.

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  8. Princess Stephanies father is cousin to the k i ng of Sweden

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  9. Okay from the fashion sense, the suit she is wearing actually looks like some material was added at the bottom of the skirt to make the skirt longer and then the same material was added at the neckline because the original neckline was too low. The added material does not match the original material of the suit at all. Maybe I'm wrong and the suit was made this way, but if so, it is really weird! Pictures on the Daily Mail showed the suit better so you can see what I am talking about, these pictures don't show the suit really close up and full length except for one picture.

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  10. You know, when I first started coming to this site it was strictly a fashion site showing pictures of today's fashion worn by royals around the world (and also Hollywood, but I personally am not interested in that part so I don't comment or even look at the pictures of Hollywood people). There were no political comments, no snarky comments, etc., by commenters. Now it seems commenters seem compelled to voice their political opinions and their anti-royal comments instead of talking about fashion. I am beginning to wonder if this is no longer a fashion site.

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    1. Well, the mentioning of the pure fact that Germany (or Greek for example) are no longer Monarchies is neither snarky nor anti-royal.

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    2. Yes, once it was a fashion blog and with only Europe's HRH princesses, but things change over the years (some have even become queens), today it's expanded to include all the monarchs queens and princesses with text of their work … and ZERO Hollywood! The best and most versatile blog!!!
      Thank you for this GREAT blog, Hellen Electra! The only royal blog I 'visit' every day!

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  11. Pss Stephanie of Saxe Coburg Gotha come from a very old and important Royal House. Their Relatives are from the Uk Pr Albert, Sweden Pss Sybilla, and others, like Germany I believe Russia and others, yes now defunct.History Royal or not is very important. It is there as a reminder and more.

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  12. She looks good for being 46! A classic bridal outfit, but quite ill-fitting. She could do better!

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  13. She is related to the king of Sweden on his mother's side.

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  14. If you are not a monarchist, in fact it seems you are quite the opposite, why do you bother reading and in particular posting unjustified comments? If all you are looking for is a place to vent your dissatisfaction, perhaps you can spare the rest of us from getting your uncalled for comments. Might do us all some good. It is in fact my kind opinion and I am not targeting anyone in particular. Just the unnecessary political perspectives that don't belong here anyway.

    Back to the fashion, it's an unusual outfit for a bride, but I don't find it illfitting. And for a 46 years old, she is quite fit and overall I find this a dignified look.

    Canadian fan

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  15. She looks lovely for 46 years. Great skin. The suit is not the most fashionable but it is dignified. At her age she probably did not want to go the lace and tulle route. The groom looks dapper.

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  16. Y Saxe Coburg Gotha era el principe Alberto esposo de la reina Victoria, y la madre de la reina Victoria era Saxe Coburg, y Felipe de los belgas es Saxe Coburg Gotha......

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  17. Although I am not hugely interested in fashion, as a keen royalist I love this site (I'd forgotten that Hollywood 'celebs' were once included. I too used to skip those posts) While the members of reigning houses should be the focus, it is still interesting to see others on significant occasions, such as this. I also enjoy seeing more distant members of royal houses such as the sisters of Princess Beatrix or members of the families of the Princess Royal or the Kent or Gloucester families in the U.K. This bride is a direct descendant of Queen Victoria, a great great great granddaughter, I think. Her father and Queen Elizabeth are 3rd cousins. I think her father and King Carl Gustav are 1st cousins. Please keep up the great work in compiling this blog. It is really appreciated.

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