A princely wedding in Sealand under the sign of noble causes
Liam and Danielle said “yes” to each other on April 19. The beginning of a beautiful princely couple predestined to work for noble causes.
A new micronational wedding - and not the least - took place in the principality of Sealand. It was Prince Mickael's youngest son, Prince Liam, who put the ring on the charming Danielle Nakashima's finger.
The new Princess of Sealand is an American of Japanese origin. She resided in Los Angeles before meeting Prince Liam and crossing the Atlantic to become his bride. The couple married in Leigh-on-sea, the family home of the Sealand princely family.
Prince Liam is 4th in line to the throne, behind his older brother James who is the father of young twins Matilda and Tabitha. Prince Liam is very present in Sealand life and plays in the Sealand national soccer team. As for Princess Danielle, his young wife, she got involved in charitable causes such as fundraising for the “Teenage Cancer Trust”, an American organization fighting against cancer for young adolescents.
The two spouses also participated in a collection of donations for the Mission K9 Rescue. This organization is committed to all retired working dogs. The goal is to assist in the facilitation of adoption, repatriation, rescue from shelters and transportation to permanent homes for all service dogs.
The marriage did not lack luster while remaining very confidential and intimate. this is no suprise when it comes to the Bates family who reign over Sealand. The reception was given in a magnificent estate where the newlyweds were able to welcome the guests in front of a sublime portico of white roses. Prince-Sovereign Michael of Sealand could not hold back his joy at seeing his second son finally married. The editorial staff of microcosme.info congratulates the newlyweds and wishes them all the happiness in the world.