In the article I listed the following foreign royals attending the wedding:
- Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece
- Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece
- Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece
- Prince Philippos of Greece (with his partner Nina Flohr)
- Prince Ernst August of Hannover
- Princess Ekaterina of Hannover
- Prince Christian of Hannover
- Princess Alessandra of Hannover
- Salman bin Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, Crown Prince of Bahrain
- Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, former Emir of Qatar
- Sheikh Suhaim Al Thani of Qatar
- Sheikh Fahad Al Thani of Qatar
I am quite certain that The Telegraph by Sheik Hamad means the former Emir, but I am not 100 % sure. And there are several sheikhs named Suhaim and Fahad (Fahd), as the genealogy website The Royal Ark demonstrates, so it is not easy to make a well-educated guess. But Fahad (Fahd) might be the elder brother of the current Emir, Tamim, while Suhaim is one of the nephews of Sheik Hamad and thus a cousin to Tamim.
The Telegraphs also adds the Hereditary Prince and Princess of Oettingen-Oettingen and Oettingen-Spielberg to the party, i.e. Franz-Albrecht and Cleopatra. They were also present at the Sussez wedding in May.
Not a royal, but Count Nikolai von Bismarck was also present, accompanied by his girl-friend, the well-known model Kate Moss.
Concerning members of the British Royal Family not attending the wedding, I mentioned in my Friday article that the Duchess of Cornwall was absent due to other commitments, while Princess Alexandra, the Hon. Lady Ogilvy had a broken arm and had cancelled (well, I didn't mention the reason then). It seems that the Duchess of Kent was not present either, for reasons I don't know, even if she was said to be listed in the Court Circular (yesterday's can't be found at the official website as of now as far as I can tell). Very well, I will leave the rest of the more or less complete guest list to Nobiliana and other forums ...