Nathalie Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg and her
husband fiance, Alexander Johannsmann, said the 'I do' at a ceremony held at the Evangelical Church of the castle of Bad Berleburg in Germany.
The love story of Nathalie Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg, niece of Queen Margrethe of Denmark and Alexander Johannsmann could have inspired a fairy tale of those every girl dreams of starring in one day. Nathalie was/is a princess with a passion for horses that spent her free time riding and caring for horses who met, one day, a young German man who worked for a company dedicated to horse riding. Together they lived some of the professional successes of Nathalie, who was champion in dressage in 2002 and 2009 and also won the team bronze medal at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. Love triumphed and on May 27, 2010 they got married for a civil ceremony in a very special celebration as the princess was pregnant with her first son, Konstantin, who was born on July 24.
This saturday, the couple did the religious ceremony that took place in the evangelical church of the castle of Bad Berleburg in Germany.