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On the picture issue
Sorry everyone, this is the only picture of her I could find that was public domain. If anyone could find a smaller one it would be much appreciated. Arminius
ummmmm someone added that she was presented on the arm of Prince William, this is one of the most untrue things that I have ever heard on Wikipedia. Yes, she was presented on the arms of a Prince , but absolutely not Prince William. I am not aware of who the Prince was although he does not belong to a reigning family. I would asume that he is most likely German. Mac Domhnaill 02:42, 7 November 2005 (UTC)
- The original source, basically a press release, coyly said only "a prince". But it's pretty clear it wasn't Prince William.--Dhartung | Talk 17:12, 1 September 2006 (UTC)
it seems she has italian origins... no good sources avalaible, actually...
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