Thursday, December 22, 2011

It's a boy for the von Lattorfs

Tatjana von Lattorf (nee Princess Tatjana of Liechtenstein) gave birth to her seventh child, Maxmilian, on December 17 at Goldgeben, Austria.   She is the only daughter of the Prince and Princess of Liechtenstein.

Tatjana married Philipp von Lattorf on June 5, 1999 in Vaduz, Liechtenstein.   Their first child, Lukas, was born in 2000.  He was followed by Elisabeth (2002), Maria Theresa (2004), Camilla (2005),  Anna (2007),  and Sophia (2009).

The official announcement from the Princely House in Liechtenstein referred to Tatjana as Tatjana von Lattorf, and not PrincessTatjana.   She is styled by her married name.


Ron said...

Is it usual for the Liechtenstein princesses who marry untitled husbands to cease usage of their own title?

Marlene Eilers Koenig said...

According to the Prince of Liechtenstein's secretary, a princess of liechtenstein loses her title when she marries and takes her husband's title (or rank). Most of the princesses have married into other families and became archduchesses, princesses, etc. Only Nora has retained her own name because she married a Spanish marquis - and women in Spain retain their own names ...