Princess Teresita of Saxony, Duchess of Saxony, the only daughter of the Margrave of Meissen, married Count Béryl de Saporta at the Hofkirche in Dresden, becoming the first Saxon Princess to marry in Dresden in almost 140 years.
Princess Teresita of Saxony, Duchess of Saxony married Count Béryl de Saporta at the Hofkirche in Dresden on September 23rd, following a Civil Ceremony in the Town Hall of Ivoy-le-Pré in May. Princess Teresita is the first Saxon Princess to marry in the Hofkirche in Dresden in almost 140 years, since the Wedding of Princess Maria Josepha of Saxony and Archduke Otto Franz of Austria in 1886.
Princess Teresita is the only daughter of Prince Alexander of Saxony, Margrave of Meissen and Princess Gisela of Bavaria while Count Béryl is a member of a French Noble Family.
Princess Teresita wore a spectacular Topaz/Aquamarine, Diamond and Pearl Tiara, which was previously worn by her great-great-grandmother, Princess Elisabeth Helene of Thurn and Taxis, Margravine of Meissen.
Royal and Noble Guests from around Europe were in attendance, including members of the Habsburg, Bavarian and Saxon Royal Families.