In 1982, Luxembourg’s very own Princess Margaretha, daughter of Jean, Grand Duke of Luxembourg, and younger sister of Henri, Grand Duke of Luxembourg, married Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein, brother of the current reigning prince, Hans-Adam II. In fact, their’s was the last marital union between two reigning European houses. For the time being, this is the last dynastically equal marriage between two sovereign houses currently reigning in Europe. Luxarazzi points out that princess Maria Annunciata of Liechtenstein, the firstborn of the couple, and her siblings, are one of the very few people in this world who can call two uncles head of state. Citește în continuare 20 March 2018: 36 years since the last equal marriage between two members of European sovereign houses, in 1982.
Princess Maria Anunciata of Liechtenstein curated the exhibition “Picasso: Between Cubism and Classicism, 1915-1925″ at Rome’s Scuderie del Quirinale. She attended the preview in September 2017 at Rome, Italy. The exhibition celebrates the centennial of Pablo Picasso’s trip to Italy in 1917 with friend Jean Cocteau.