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The youngest son of the Prince of Liechtenstein died suddenly at the age of 51

2023-12-06T18:30:00.148Z

Highlights: Constantine, the youngest son of Liechtenstein's reigning Prince Hans-Adam II, died suddenly this week. He was seventh in line to the throne of this small principality nestled between Austria and Switzerland. He is survived by his wife, Princess Marie, and his children, Prince Moritz, Princess Georgina and Prince Benedikt. His elder brother, Hereditary Prince Alois, was destined to succeed Hans- Adam II as ruler of LieChtenstein.


Constantine, the youngest son of Liechtenstein's reigning Prince Hans-Adam II, died suddenly this week at the age of 51, the Liechtenstein government announced on Wednesday.


Constantine, the youngest son of Liechtenstein's reigning Prince Hans-Adam II, died suddenly this week at the age of 51, the Princely House announced on Wednesday (6 December) in a statement.

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The Princely House regrets to announce the unexpected death of Prince Constantine of Liechtenstein on 5 December 2023," reads the document, which does not specify the cause of his death.

Seventh in the line of succession

Constantine was seventh in line to the throne of this small principality nestled between Austria and Switzerland with nearly 40,000 inhabitants. His elder brother, Hereditary Prince Alois, was destined to succeed Hans-Adam II as ruler of Liechtenstein. Constantine is survived by his wife, Princess Marie of Liechtenstein, and his children, Prince Moritz, Princess Georgina and Prince Benedikt, the Princely House said.

According to the statement, he also served as the chairman of the supervisory board of Liechtenstein Group, the world's largest private banking and asset management group owned by a royal family.

Source: lefigaro

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