Hereditary Prince Alexander got married to Hande Macit in Neustrelitz

Prince Alexander got married to Princess Hande Macit. Princess Hande wore a wedding gown, diamond tiara

On September 17, 2022, Hereditary Prince Georg Alexander of Mecklenburg got married to Hande Macit with a religious wedding ceremony held at Neustrelitz town church in Mecklenburgische Seenplatte. The couple got married with a civil marriage ceremony in the great hall of the Mirow Palace in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania on June 17, 2022. Prince Alexander and Princess Hande live in Rotterdam.

Prince Alexander got married to Princess Hande Macit. Princess Hande wore a wedding gown, diamond tiara

Prince Alexander got married to Princess Hande Macit. Princess Hande wore a wedding gown, diamond tiara

Prince Alexander got married to Princess Hande Macit. Princess Hande wore a wedding gown, diamond tiara

Prince Alexander got married to Princess Hande Macit. Princess Hande wore a wedding gown, diamond tiara

Prince Alexander got married to Princess Hande Macit. Princess Hande wore a wedding gown, diamond tiara

Prince Alexander got married to Princess Hande Macit. Princess Hande wore a wedding gown, diamond tiara

Prince Alexander got married to Princess Hande Macit. Princess Hande wore a wedding gown, diamond tiara

Prince Alexander got married to Princess Hande Macit. Princess Hande wore a wedding gown, diamond tiara

Prince Alexander got married to Princess Hande Macit. Princess Hande wore a wedding gown, diamond tiara

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  1. I am afraid I don't like the top of the bride's dress, it would be hard to explain why, just a personal taste. Her make up is very light, perhaps a bit too discreet. This young lady seems to be a lovely person.

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    1. Anonymous18/9/22 02:41

      I’m totally with you on the dress, Mary. There’s something about it that just doesn’t work for me but I can’t say why either. AnnieM

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  2. Anonymous17/9/22 20:35

    Euh, qui sont ils?

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    1. Anonymous18/9/22 02:01

      lol. Même question.
      - Anon 9:13

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    2. Anonymous18/9/22 03:54

      Read the information given - it tells you.

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    3. I am german. Nobody here would call them "prince" or 'princess". It is more than hundred years ago when Germany was a monarchy. I think the majority of german people only know Ernst August - because Monacos Caroline married him.

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  3. Anonymous18/9/22 00:24

    Estoy de acuerdo, es como si le quedará grande.

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  4. This gown has been beautifully crafted. The bodice is very interesting. The embellishments on the lower part of the gown are effective. I'm not sure about the gown, I don't know whether its the fabric, something not quite gelling with me, regardless she looks beautiful. The tiara placement is perfect. Her pearl earrings are stunning, beautiful.

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  5. Anonymous18/9/22 00:42

    Beautiful dress very regal tiara is gorgeous Mary

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  6. Anonymous18/9/22 04:24

    It looks kind of medieval on the bodice.
    The bodice doesn't seem to go with the lace at the hemline.
    ...Marie

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    1. Marie, I agree. The bodice reminds me of armor (a breastplate, perhaps) that knights might have worn. The skirt is somewhat bell shaped and very beautiful. The diminutive tiara is pretty and stands out against her black hair. She is a lovely lady, and the groom is quite handsome.

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  7. Anonymous18/9/22 05:37

    I am sure this is a very exclusive wedding dress. But it does not look like it. I think it is the fabric. Too white and too shiny.

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    1. Anonymous18/9/22 10:24

      Agree, it looks tacky to me

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  8. Anonymous18/9/22 07:22

    Well, the dress to me shouted “Disney costume!” However, she is a beautiful woman and her jewelry is gorgeous. All luck to them.

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  9. Elégante création du haut de la robe mais je trouve que le bas est trop volumineux ; légèrement plus près du corps, la mariée aurait eu plus d'allure ; les boucles d'oreilles diamants et perles sont magnifiques, tout à fait à mon goût !

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  10. Anonymous18/9/22 13:36

    Dear Coralie, This couple is entitled by law to be called “prince” and “princess” in Germany, in fact these titles form part of their legal surname so your statements are incorrect. There are many worthy princely and ducal houses in Germany people write and talk about. Ernst August (House of Hanover, the house of Queen Victoria) is a most unfortunate example and not typical.
    🌞 Virginia

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    1. Anonymous18/9/22 17:54

      I do not have to call them Prince or Princess as a german citizen. The title is just part of the name. It's Ernst August, Prinz von Hannover. So to me, he is only Herr von Hannover, when talking to him. Christine

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  11. Anonymous18/9/22 17:46

    Tengo entendido que el título que ostentara es el de Gran Duque.

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  12. Anonymous18/9/22 17:48

    Very lovely couple. I wish them all the happiness in the world. The bottom of the gown is very nicel Is there a guestlist? css

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  13. Actually, Germany has still a lot of Princes and Princesses, and other aristocracy. lurking around. Them being one of many. Although there's no monarchy in place (I am German), the descendants from former royal families or ruling houses are allowed to use the courtesy titles as a birth right. Some (the majority, I gather) choose to do so, some not.

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  14. Anonymous18/9/22 22:02

    The top of the dress does not look like it was fitted to her. Looks too big.

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  15. Anonymous19/9/22 01:21

    I think she looks lovely. The bodice is beautiful, but the heavy cap sleeves destroy the graceful line of the bodice. It would have been perfect as a strapless gown. JMO

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  16. Anonymous25/9/22 22:19

    I find it shameful to convert to another faith for the sake of getting married to a person of another creed. I am a Turk from Turkiye. The founding father of my country had ended Sharia laws thus religious marriage was not obligatory no more as official state wedding became compulsory due to New civic law . I myself was married to a Christian girl by a state wedding and neither asked my wife to convert to my religion nor wished to have an additional Islamic wedding due my respect to my future spouse. Thus each partner had the chance to keep their faith of birth.

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