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JENNY ENVY
JENNY ENVY • 1 year ago

Denmark Princess Alexandrine Princess Alexandrine Louise youngest daughter of Prince Harald, brother of King Christian, was married in the castle church at Copenhagen, to Count Luitpold Zu Castello Castell, son of Count Otto and Countess Ameli Zu Castell-Castell. The bride and bridegroom with the bridesmaids after the wedding in the Castle Church, Copenhagen, on Jan. 22, 1937. (AP Photo)

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