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A photo of Johann Georg and Princess Birgitta of Sweden's Civil marriage that took place at the Royal Palace of Stockholm on 25 May 1961.

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A photo of Johann Georg and  Princess Birgitta of Sweden's Civil marriage that took place at the Royal Palace of Stockholm on 25 May 1961.
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A photo of Johann Georg and  Princess Birgitta of Sweden's Civil marriage that took place at the Royal Palace of Stockholm on 25 May 1961.
A photo of Johann Georg and Princess Birgitta of Sweden's Civil marriage that took place at the Royal Palace of Stockholm on 25 May 1961.
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A photo of Johann Georg and Princess Birgitta of Sweden's Civil marriage that took place at the Royal Palace of Stockholm on 25 May 1961. Johann Georg met Princess Birgitta of Sweden, the sister of the current King of Sweden Carl XVI Gustaf in 1959 at a cocktail party while visiting friends and relatives in Germany. On 15 December 1960, their engagement was announced by the Royal Palace of Stockholm. The civil marriage ceremony took place at the Royal Palace of Stockholm on 25 May 1961, and the religious wedding in the Sankt Johann Church at the bridegroom's family palace of Sigmaringen on 30 May/31 July 1961. Johann Georg and Birgitta separated in 1990, though they remained legally married and attended Swedish royal family events together, including the 2010 wedding of Crown Princess Victoria. [2] They celebrated their golden wedding in 2011.

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SizeText 9.4" x 7.2"

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