Royal Wedding in Hanover: The Guests (Part 2)

And here we go again, some more guests of the royal wedding in Hanover yesterday. Once again in no particular order. For more guests, have a look at my previous post. Pictures of the bridal couple here.
The bride's parents on the left together with Princess Alexandra of Hanover, Alessandra de Osma (fiancée of Prince Christian), Prince Christian of Hanover and Princess Chantal of Hanover, mother of the groom.
It was Prince Christian who led a round of rousing applause for his brother and sister-in-law.
Princess Alexandra and Alessandra de Osma.
Prince Christian.
Princess Alexandra
Princess Chantal, mother of the groom.
Baron Christian of Humboldt-Dachroeden, illegitimate son of the groom's grandfather, and his wife Baroness Marie.
 Countess Marie of Hochberg, née Princess of Hanover and aunt of the groom.
 Hereditary Prince Ferdinand of Leiningen, cousin of the groom.
 Martin Kind, businessman and president of the local football club, Hannover 96.
 Prince Berthold of Baden.
 One of the sons of Countess Marie of Hochberg.
Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece with her sons Prince Odysseas-Kimon and Prince Aristidis-Stavros and Alessandra de Osma on the right.
 Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece.
 Prince Constantine-Alexios of Greece and Denmark.
 Prince Christian of Hanover and Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece.
 Alexander von Solodkoff and his wife née Duchess Donata of Mecklenburg.
Volkmar and Julia von Alten.
 Hereditary Prince Hubertus of Saxe-Coburg und Gotha.
 Prince Leopold of Baden.
 A case of spot the Bismarck: I'm not good with them but I believe there are Countess Debbie of Bismarck-Schönhausen and several of her sons in this picture, as is Alana Bunte, fiancée of Prince Casimir of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn.
 In the middle is Ludolf von Klencke.
A beautiful back can delight: Hereditary Princess Kelly of Saxe-Coburg und Gotha.

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