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Eldest granddaughter of king Simeon II (Saxe-Coburg-Gotha) of Bulgaria married.

The ceremony took place in Palma de Mallorca.

The 27-year-old Princess Mafalda is the first daughter of Prince Cyril and the Spanish noblewoman Rosalio Nadal.

Her chosen one is the British financier Mark Abusleiman, with whom their love ignited during their studies in the United States years ago.

Mark’s family has Lebanese roots, and he was born in London. He holds a degree in computer science from Priest and works in the financial sector. The wedding ceremony took place in Palma de Mallorca and was closed to the media.

On the eve of the wedding there was a party for the guests in the mansion of Prince Cyril, which was attended by representatives of various royal families, writes the Spanish press.

Mafalda is named after the sister of her grandmother – Princess Mafalda of Savoy. The Wedding of Princess Mafalda of Savoy (wearing the Hesse Ears of Wheat Tiara), daughter of King Vittorio Emanuele III of Italy, and Prince Philipp of Hesse took place at the Castle of Racconigi in 1925. The couple had four children and remained happily married until the middle of WWII, when both of them were arrested separately, and Princess Mafalda died in a concentration camp in 1944, and Prince Philipp never remarried. Royal Guests and Relatives in attendance included King Vittorio Emanuele III and Queen Elena (in the Crown Pearl and Diamond Tiara), Queen Mother Margherita (wearing her Diamond Wreath Tiara), King George II of Greece (first cousin of the groom), Crown Prince Carol and Crown Princess Helen of Romania (in the Romanian Greek Key Tiara), Princess Irene of Greece (wearing her Diamond Tiara), Prince and Princess Paul (wearing the Vladimir Fringe Tiara) of Yugoslavia, the Prince of Piemonte, Princess Jolanda of Savoy, Countess Calvi di Bergolo, The Duke and Duchess of Aosta (wearing the Savoy Aosta Knot and Star Tiara), the Dowager Duchess of Aosta, Princess Xenia of Montenegro, Prince Cristopher of Greece, and the Duke of Genoa.

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