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Duchess Sophie Württemberg of Germany Weds Count Maximilien of Andigné

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Yet another royal couple has tied the knot! This past Saturday, Germany's Duchess Sophie of Württemberg made it official with French aristocrat Maximilien of Andigné. The two wed in a small ceremony at the Castle of Tegernsee, near the Bavarian Alps in Germany.

Duchess Sophie of Württemberg arrives with her father, Prince Philip of Württemberg. 


Philip is the son of Duke Carl Württemberg, the House of Württemberg's patriarch.

The Duchess and her father walk arm-in-arm into the church, followed by three flower girls.


A look from behind reveals the long train of the Duchess's gown.


After the ceremony, the newly-married couple emerges from the church.


Duchess Sophie of Württemberg and Count Maximilien of Andigné kiss just outside the church after the ceremony, as is customary in royal weddings.


The newlyweds leave the church, with their small bridal party in tow.


The crowd congratulates the new couple.


This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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