After his very recent elopement the normally camera shy Marquis D'Bacquemme agreed to what may be considered an official portrait. We post that here in our normal weekend portrait slot. The Marquis' new wife, the Princess Von Hohen und Silberstein, is said to have convinced her media avoiding husband to step out a bit more and pose for the public. The result was phenomenal and history in the making as the public never got treated to a religious wedding ceremony. The couple eloped in secret and wed in a civil service at the office of a judge in a rural town. This photo is all we might get as a commemoration of their wedding.
The stunning portrait shows the photogenic Princess with her husband and pretender to the Monagask throne. The couple seemed very happy during the shoot and exuded an almost naughty atmosphere as the Princess coaxed her shy husband into his formal pose. The "Punk" Princess was uncharacteristically regal and opted to wear the Von Hohen und Silberstein Sapphires with a very sleek silver evening gown. The family sapphires haven't been seen for decades and made for quite a display of Royal rank and privilege. The Marquis D'Bacquemme is very closely related to many of the Europan Royal Houses and is first in line to the dissolved Principality of Monagask. He has always vehemently protected his own privacy but has now more than ever come out of his shell since the inception of his relationship with the Princess.