Prince Alexander and Princess Gabriela have seven children: Hereditary Prince Heinrich (married to Donna Priscilla Incisa della Rocchetta, a son Ludovico), Princess Alexandra (married to Count Etienne Henri (Stefano) Hunyady de Kéthely, (Out of her first marriage to Hereditary Prince Charles Eugene of Oettingen-Wallerstein were born two children Helena and John. A daughter Elisabetta and a son Laszlo were born out of her second marriage.), Prince Casimir (a son Alexander out of his marriage to Corinna Larsen), Princess Filippa married in June 2001 to Count Vittorio Mazzetti d’Albertis (she died in a car accident in September 2001), Prince Louis, Princess Sofia and Prince Peter.
Hereditary Prince Heinrich
Prince Heinrich, eldest son of Prince Alexander and Princess Gabriela zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn, is since 2003 married to Donna Priscilla, daughter of Marchese Nicolo and Marchesa Giulia Incisa della Rocchetta of Bolgheri in Tuscany, where the famous Sassicaia wine is made. She studied art history at UCL, London (BA and MA). Her great-grandmother Princess Antoinette Chigi Albani della Rovere was the daughter of Ludwig and Leonilla zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn. The couple lives with their two children in Milan, where Prince Heinrich runs a small financial firm. His sister Filippa had introduced the couple shortly before her death in 2001.
Princess Alexandra married Count Etienne Henri (Stefano) Hunyady de Kéthely on 9. July 2005 in Castagneto Carducci (civil) and on 7. October 2006 in the chapel of Sayn Palace (religious ceremony). Count Stefano, a renowned photographer, is a first cousin of Princess Priscilla. His latest book “Luxury Houses Tuscany” appeared in March 2007 at teNeues Publishers. On March 30, 2007 a daughter Elisabetta was born, followed by a son Laszlo on 1. February 2009. The couple resides on the family estate in Bolgheri, Tuscany.
The first child of Prince Casimir was baptised on the 29th of June 2002 in the chapel of Sayn Palace in the name of Alexander Kyril Ludwig Peter Salentin Maria Gabriel.
Princess Filippa was born on 23.7.1980 in Koblenz. She attended Primary School in Sayn and passed her Abitur 1999 at the Schönstätter Marienschule in Vallendar. Following school she studied for two years communication, photography and Italian at the Academy of Arts “Lorenzo di Medici“ in Florence. Her hobbies were photography, art, languages and the Italian kitchen. She loved the nature and had pleasure in scuba-diving, hunting and fishing. On June 10th 2001 Princess Filippa married at Sayn Abbey Count Vittorio Mazzetti d’Albertis, born August 24th 1965. His family lives in Tuscany and Rome. Count Vittorio, dottore in agricultural management, works for a Florentine winehouse. Straight after their honeymoon Princess Filippa started work with the renowned Italian photographer Roberto Sisini. Her first foreign assignment took her to Cornwall in south-west England. On Sunday, September 30th, returning to London a tragic accident occurred near the south-western English city of Bristol, at which the team’s campervan, for unknown reasons, was involved in a collision with council trucks unloading equipment on the hard shoulder of the M5. Both, Princess Filippa and Roberto Sisini, died instantly, whilst the driver and the two other occupants survived. On October 7th 2001 Princess Filippa was buried in Montegemoli, Province Pisa, Italy. Notes from Filippa’s diary have been published by DBV – Don Bosco Verlag, Munich
The Princes zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg
Head of the overall house Sayn-Wittgenstein is Prince Richard zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg living in Berleburg Palace, married to Princess Benedikte of Denmark.
The Princes zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Hohenstein
The line Sayn-Wittgenstein-Hohenstein is represented by Prince Bernhart and Princess Katharina, born Countess of Podewils. They live in Schwarzenau Palace in the district of Siegen-Wittgenstein.