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 a week ago in Rome, Italy.
HSH Princess Anunciata of Liechtenstein is the daughter of HSH Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein and HRH Princess Margaretha of Luxembourg. Her father is a younger brother of the reigning Prince of Liechtenstein, Hans-Adam II. Her mother is the sister of Henri, Grand Duke of Luxembourg. For the time being, her parents’ marriage (1982) is the last dynastically equal marriage between two sovereign houses currently reigning in Europe.
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Europe’s Royal Families have historically intermarried among allies, but there is a family link that all of the current sovereigns share, from the Prince of Liechtenstein to the Queen of Denmark, all ten heads of Europe’s hereditary monarchies are descendants of Isabel I of Castile and Fernando II of Aragón, the powerful Catholic Monarchs.
545 years after their wedding, their major dynastic heir, King Juan Carlos I of Spain, reigns in their native territories, and with Prince Hans-Adams of Liechtenstein, Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, King Carl XVI Gustav of Sweden, King Harald V of Norway, Prince Albert II of Monaco, King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg and King Philippe of Belgium, the King is the most famous living descendant of the couple.