: Bakov first supported the Grand Duchess Maria,
: but she (rightly) did not want to be
: involved with a political party or a
: political platform. So then he looked around
: for another Romanoff descendant and struck
: upon poor Prince Karl-Emich - mysteriously
: the latter does not need money.
Why "mysteriously" ?
I am aware that K.Emich was disinherited by his father upon his 2nd marriage, but was he only deprived from succeeding to the title or did this "disinheritance" had any civil effects and he was ripped off from his father wealth too ?
Bearing in mind that Germany is a republic, that does not seem reasonable .
He did not
: succeed his father as head of the House
: because of his second, unequal marriage to
: Gabriele Thyssen, nee (although after her
: divorce she married the Aga Khan and was Her
: Highness the Begum Inaara Aga Khan until her
: divorced from the Aga Khan was formally
: completed in 2014). She has now reverted to
: the title she acquired from Prince
: Karl-Emich, as Gabriele Renata Inaara
: Princess zu Leiningen).
: --Previous Message--
: I read a couple of articles on the net.
: One says Bakov wants Prince Karl Emich of
: Leiningen to accede to the throne and
: restore the Russian monarchy.
: Another claims that Karl-Emich already
: accepted and, in a gesture of gratitude,
: created Bakov a Serene Prince .
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