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One slightly frumpy-looking woman in a black cotton jacket and a brown pleated skirt, however, leapt right in, shouting out in glee, "Contemporary! A quarter-century after she married the man who was said to be Germany's richest aristocrat, her distant cousin Prince Johannes von Thurn und Taxis, when she was 20 and he was 53, and became notorious for her wild parties and punk hairdos, Princess Gloria von Thurn und Taxis, now a widow of 46, still knows how to turn heads.
I first interviewed her for this magazine in , at Schloss St. But her antics were tame compared with the behavior of her husband, who in his bachelorhood was unapologetic about his free-swinging bisexuality.
He also relished mocking pomposity. The largest landowner in Germany, His Serene Highness also owned a bank, breweries, metallurgical companies, 10 other palaces and castles, and extensive properties in Brazil, inherited from his mother, an infanta of the Portuguese royal family. In , I covered the 60th-birthday party Gloria gave Johannes at Regensburg. The over-the-top, million-dollar affair was largely boycotted by the German nobility, but Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall were there, along with a full array of s icons including Malcolm Forbes, Ann and Gordon Getty, Sotheby's chairman Alfred Taubman and his wife, Judy, the Brazilian plastic surgeon Ivo Pitanguy, and the Saudi arms dealer Adnan Khashoggi, all in 18th-century getups and powdered wigs for the big costume ball.
While many guests still giggle about the birthday cake decorated with 60 marzipan phalluses, for me the most unforgettable moment came when Gloria, dressed as Marie Antoinette, descended on a gilded cloud at the end of a scene from Don Giovanni —performed by the Munich Opera—and sang "Happy birthday, Johnny" in the style of Marlene Dietrich.
When I caught up with Gloria in the summer of , at Schloss Garatshausen, the family's room retreat in southern Bavaria, she was trying to deal with the mess. Nonetheless, she was in high spirits, playing camp counselor to her three children, Princess Maria Theresia, then 11, Princess Elisabeth, 10, and Inheritor Prince Albert, 9, as well as to the three children of her sister, Maya, and brother-in-law, Mick Flick, the Mercedes-Benz heir.
Gloria had just announced that she was selling off a large portion of the family silver and jewelry. A second auction staged by Sotheby's at Schloss St.
Gloria spent the rest of the decade holed up in Regensburg, raising her children and turning their financial situation around. She sold the metallurgical companies and the bank, trimmed the palace staff, and gave up 24 of her 27 cars.
She also studied economics and tax law with private tutors. During this time she also became very involved with the Catholic Church.
In she made her first visit to Lourdes, where she worked as a volunteer with the sick and dying who go there in hopes of a miraculous cure. On a trip to Florence six years later, she became enthralled with Monsignor Michael Schmitz, the vicar-general of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest, a conservative Catholic organization dedicated to restoring the Latin Mass.
She also cultivated a friendship with the Bavarian-born Cardinal Josef Ratzinger, one of the most powerful figures in the Vatican. In she moved to Rome, enrolled Prince Albert in a private school there, and with her good friend the Italian princess Alessandra Borghese began hosting liturgical concerts in churches, attended by Cardinal Ratzinger.
She arranged to have the famous Regensburg boys' choir, which had been directed by Ratzinger's older brother, Georg, who is also a priest, sing for Pope John Paul II at Castel Gandolfo, the papal summer residence. In September of this year, when Benedict officiates at an outdoor Mass for , in Regensburg, Gloria will be front and center with the city's bishop. As Dagmar von Taube, a leading journalist for Welt am Sonntag, in Berlin, says, "Here is this wild person who has become very serious about business and religion.
But she still spices up every event she goes to. She's still a pop star. And she says what she thinks—she has the courage for controversy. But once I met them, the myth collapsed. With the Church, it was exactly the contrary. Countess Marina Cicogna, a longtime friend, thinks that Gloria's true character is finally emerging: "At a very young age, Gloria found herself married to an extremely overpowering figure.
She molded herself for Johannes. She had to be as outrageous as he was, because that was what he liked. He wanted to have children—especially a boy—and she did her job. Another young woman would have been crushed, but she wasn't. She's a much more serious, bright, together person than she appeared to be when Johannes was alive. In Venice, Princess von Thurn und Taxis and Princess Borghese were the talk of the Biennale, dashing from pavilion to pavilion by day, with Alessandra's Jack Russell terrier, Pucci, scampering after them, and from palazzo to palazzo by night, shouting at friends through a megaphone from their hired speedboat as it zoomed down the Grand Canal.
When the invitation came through, it turned out to be a disappointment, because the Microsoft co-founder and amateur rock guitarist wouldn't let Gloria sing with his band. Emmeram, which sits in the middle of Regensburg and is about the same size as the palace at Versailles, with Gothic, Romanesque, Baroque, and Victorian wings.
The changes Gloria has made since Johannes's death were evident from the moment we drove through the front gate. The last time I had been there, the courtyard was filled with 5, Regensburgers in full Bavarian regalia hailing their prince on his 60th birthday while Johannes waved from a balcony.
Now two red-and-yellow vinyl tents had been set up for a "comedy convention," as Gloria explained, "that I'm doing as a favor to a local politician. Twenty years ago the Schloss was entirely private, with every room perfectly maintained, down to the crystal ashtrays on every side table, for the exclusive use of the princely family, who regularly gave seated dinners for 80, with a liveried footman behind each place in the white-and-gold Hall of Mirrors.
Now the staterooms are open to the public, with daily tours at 10 euros per person; there are strings across the Hall of Mirrors' red velvet chairs; and smoking is verboten. The carriage museum, which has one of the finest collections of antique coaches, sleighs, and sedan chairs in Europe, has always been open to the public, but now so are the medieval cloisters and family crypt.
A large part of the palace's west wing has been converted to offices for a law firm, an architectural-design studio, and a financial-research institute, and the main staterooms can be rented for corporate conferences. Some things have not changed: Gloria still personally covers the cost of feeding poor local residents a hot midday meal in a dining hall adjoining the Schloss.
The princess herself is hardly suffering. And through all her troubles, she never stopped buying paintings, sculptures, and photographs by 80s and 90s art stars such as Anselm Kiefer, Donald Baechler, Takashi Murakami, Richard Prince, Andreas Gursky, and Paul McCarthy, which she thought nothing of juxtaposing with the palace's gilded furniture and ancient tapestries. I am also collecting medieval sacred art, which I have discovered I really love.
The proceeds went to the Relief Organisation of the Order of Malta, under whose auspices Gloria makes her annual visits to Lourdes. Emmeram the weekend I was there, and there was a bottle of Eau de Lourdes in my bathroom. A framed photograph of a smiling Cardinal Ratzinger visiting with Gloria and the children at the Schloss in stood on a countertop alongside a bowl of the little plastic fetuses that were being handed out by anti-abortion activists at the German-Catholic conference Gloria was sponsoring that weekend.
We were joined for dinner by Abbot Richard von Menshengen, a young Austrian cleric, who said Mass in Latin later in the private chapel. Gloria's children were not at home. Princess Maria Theresia, now 25, is a documentary-film maker, whose first film, about German doctors who treat burn victims in Nepal, premieres this month in Paris.
Prince Albert, 22, is a student at the University of Edinburgh, in Scotland. He is surprisingly low-key, given his parents' flamboyance. I interviewed Gloria in the family drawing room after Mass. She was very much the country hostess in a forest-green pullover, tan suede skirt, and single strand of pearls. On the coffee table were photographs of her and the children with Pope John Paul II and of her with Cardinal Van Thuan of Vietnam, who, she explained, had spent 13 years in a Communist prison.
Both her father and her mother, a Hungarian aristocrat, had lost everything in the Communist takeover of Eastern Europe. Between the ages of 6 and 10, Gloria, along with her older sister, Maya, attended an Italian missionary school in Mogadishu; her younger brothers, Carl-Alban and Alexander, were born in Africa. Today you can't go there. But three years ago, when I was dreaming about a place on the beach, a Bavarian friend told me about Kenya.
So we went to Kenya, the whole family. The windsurfing was great, the beach is wonderful, and there is a little town—Malindi—where many of our Italian friends go. Africa was calling me, in a way. Gloria bought one of the few pieces of oceanfront property still available in Malindi.
I'd created my little paradise. She is so in love with her African retreat that she is planning to retire there—"as soon as I bring the palace into the black. And then I will turn it over to Albert. Alfred Taubman always used to say, 'Your Schloss is not an asset, it's a liability.
I'm almost there. In addition to the cash flow generated by tours, office rentals, and corporate events, a Christmas market that Gloria runs there brings in revenue. This summer she will hold her third annual music festival, which she took over from the city of Regensburg and turned into a moneymaking venture by personally promoting it.
At the end of the day, my green and blue and yellow hair made me interesting and made this place interesting.
If I have , visitors a year, it's not only because they want to see the history of the Thurn und Taxises, but also where Gloria lives. In the late s, Gloria began venturing out into society again. One of the friendships she renewed was with Alessandra Borghese, who had recently been divorced from Constantine Niarchos, the youngest son of the late Greek shipping tycoon.
Gloria's daughters were in English boarding schools, but Albert, even though he had been accepted at Eton, preferred to stay with his mother. And Alessandra said, 'Why don't you come to Rome?
Gloria bought a small palazzo close to the Palazzo Borghese, the ancestral home of Alessandra's father's noble Roman family, which has included the 17th-century Pope Paul V and St. Catherine of Siena. Her mother's family fortune came from Citterio salami and San Pellegrino mineral water. Four years later, Alessandra published With New Eyes: The Story of My Conversion, a memoir about jettisoning her discotheque lifestyle and re-discovering her Catholic faith.
Her new book, Thirst for God, has been on Italian best-seller lists for months. Alessandra has said she owed her conversion to the late Leonardo Mondadori, the socially prominent publisher who had not long before brought out a book about his own conversion. Mondadori, a sympathizer with Opus Dei, introduced Borghese to the powerful Catholic lay organization and also made her Vatican correspondent for the newsweekly Panorama. Meanwhile, when Gloria told her old friend Monsignor Schmitz, from the Institute of Christ the King, that she was moving to Rome, he was delighted.
He encouraged her, she said, "to create a salon" to help restore the relationship between the Vatican hierarchy and the old Roman aristocracy—families such as the Borgheses, the Corsinis, and the Colonnas—whose titles went back to the Papal States and whose privileges had been curtailed by Pope Paul VI in the s.
I couldn't push her too much in the beginning, because I didn't want her to feel that I was using her. But she started to get a kick out of me wanting to meet people in the Vatican and to go regularly to the Pope's Masses.
Cardinal Ratzinger delivered the homily, and his brother's choir sang. The German ambassador gave a dinner. I've known him for years.
The year-old prelate had been a theological star in Germany since the late s and was considered a liberal reformer. With churches and chapels for , residents, Regensburg is "a little Rome," in Gloria's words. In March , Ratzinger was named Archbishop of Munich, and three months later he was made a cardinal.
But he still owns the house he bought near Regensburg for him and his brother.
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