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#1 Elisabeth is a real life princess.
She is the daughter of late prince Johannes, 11th Prince of Thurn und Taxis and her mother is Countess Gloria von Schönburg in Glauchau und Waldenburg.
#2 She is the second of three children from her parents marriage.
Her older sister is Maria Theresia and younger brother is Albert.
#3 She is often called by her nickname TNT (the dynamite socialite)
She is referred to by TNT, shorter for Thurn und Taxis, one of Germany’s oldest, wealthiest, and most prominent families.
#4 Her father died when she was 8-year-old.
Prince Johannes died in December 1990, following two unsuccessful heart transplants, he was succeeded by son Albert, then only 7-years-old.
#5 Elisabeth was tight with Michael Jackson.
As a child she and her sister and brother frequently visited Michael Jackson’s ranch.
#6 She attended the American University of Paris.
The blonde holds a bachelor’s degree in media and communication studies, she also attended Sevenoaks in Kent, England.
#7 Style writer for Vogue and the Vatican.
She has been in the job since 2012, style arts and travel are her thing but she has also contributed for Vatican magazine with a liturgical volume about faith and for their column. She previously worked at André Schlechtriem Temporary, a German-owned gallery in New York.
#8 Her thoughts both in Vogue and on social media often rub people the wrong way.
Elisabeth’s writings straddle the line between entertaining/aspirational and disturbingly out of touch, Fashionista says.
#9 She has a blog
Her blog “The Princess Diaries” appeared in Finch’s Quarterly Review, contrasted the difficulties faced by royalty with more ‘normal issues’.
#10 You wonder why Taxis?
A member of the family apparently invented the taximeter, which is why taxicabs came to bear his name.